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Tut tut he should be wearing Hi-Vis ;)

Looks very realistic but I doubt it will really be like that! If it was it would surely make most PCs explode!!!

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Jordy said:
Tut tut he should be wearing Hi-Vis ;)

Looks very realistic but I doubt it will really be like that! If it was it would surely make most PCs explode!!!

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Actually it could be, if it actually takes advantage of the capabilities of the latest graphics cards (unlike MSTS).
 

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It appears to be in the era before Hi-Vis clothing... nice shot :). Kuju wrote MSTS, yes, but M$ had their hand in it dictating quite a lot of it...
 

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Jordy said:
Tut tut he should be wearing Hi-Vis ;)

Looks very realistic but I doubt it will really be like that! If it was it would surely make most PCs explode!!!

Jordy

This simulator looks to very a very impressive game! i'd imagine that it should be alright for my PC as i'm Running on Intel Celeron 2.4 gig, 256 ddr ram with a 128mg G-Force Graphics

although, i do agree with you about the High Visablility vest thing though

other than that, another tempting screenshot, Kuju seem to be progressing very well with this game! :D :D :D :D

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You can see what appears to be a trail of smoke going in the distance, so it must either be a preserved railway, or pre-mandatory Hi-Vis, and judging by what he is wearing, I hazard a guess it's pre-1960's.
 

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Jamie C. Steel said:
You can see what appears to be a trail of smoke going in the distance, so it must either be a preserved railway, or pre-mandatory Hi-Vis, and judging by what he is wearing, I hazard a guess it's pre-1960's.

What about the reflective Speed Board though. ;)
 

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Simulating passengers is probably first on my list of priorities, so it would be nice if these super-looking people were actually to do with that.
 

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That cant be wots already in the game, the computer would crash or run increadibly slowly, mine runs slow with trainz 2004
 

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It may well be photoshopped, but hardware is always moving forwards... you can't keep designing games for 386s!
 

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The modern looking equipment cupboard is too close to the line, the speed board is on the wrong side of the line, again very modern, looking in accurate already then
 

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FS2006 will be able to handle graphics of that quality so there's no reason why KRS won't be able to. It depends a lot more on how well the game has been designed to optimise framerates whilst still maintaining acceptable framerates than what system you run it on. No computer in the world is capable of getting framerates consistently above 10 when running London & South East on MSTS at full detail around busy areas, yet my computer can comfortable handle much greater detail levels in the cockpits of aircraft such as the PMDG 737NG around busy airports in FS2004.
 
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