Train Fever is a railroad-based business simulation game. You start the game in 1850 in a randomly generated campaign where towns and resources are evolving. You have to create "bus" lines and railroads in order to connect the cities and the resources they need and allow citizens to move and work. At first you only have a few transportation vehicle types available, but over the years, new ones will unlock.
I can't really wrap my head around being dismissive of indie games. That's a pretty broad label. (56 minutes ago)
put and end to corridor/cinematic/c utscene/qte/playforyousoyouwon'tmissathi ousoyouwon'tmissathing ng experiences, and start to see more games like Prey/BotW and the sort. Nuts&Bolts is an awesome game, as well. We need N&B2 (2 Hours ago)
Prey, just reminded me when i used to lure headcrabs/zombies in Half-Life 1 (1%Hp/Suit), to lasers and eletrick shock cables to zap'em withou loss of ammo. It's like we needed a whole generation to (2 Hours ago)
Stranger Things is such a amazing show! Just finished season 2, episode 7 (I won't post spoilers). (3 Hours ago)
I mean, didn't you just buy an X to play the same games with better visuals? Your stance doesn't really seem very consistent tbh. (3 Hours ago)
If you have no Interest in either of those things your only option is to move onto some other hobby. Because you're not going to see any mainstream Dev making something truly unique...ever. (3 Hours ago)
@droezelke: whether I sound like a snob or not. It's the truth. The industry is all about playing it safe now. If your after original experiences you have 2 options. Indie or VR (usually also indie) (3 Hours ago)