My review covering the Western Lines of Scotland route for the Train Simulator series has appeared in the very first edition of a new digital magazine – Train Sim World.
UK Routes for rail simulation titles focus on a variety of location highlights – be it industrial areas filled with warehouses and bustling with work activities, towns & cities full of traffic and recognisable landmarks or the lush surroundings of vast countryside. The ‘Western Lines of Scotland’ includes more of a gentle setting, as you travel through the pleasant green landscapes with only the tweeting of bird song for company and the infrequent train passing by in the other direction.
Train Sim World Magazine – Edition 1
In the latest Game & Gadget Podcast we discuss the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles 4 months after the launches, covering the interface, games and features of the two.
For a number of years now, I have been capturing gaming gameplay from various titles going as far back as the Commodore 64 right up to the Xbox 360 and PS3 for my video game reviews. This kind of recording though was limited to those who were happy to invest in additional and often expensive equipment, until both the PS4 and Xbox One were released that is – allowing gamers to share their exciting, epic or darn right ludicrous gaming moments.
So, with my trusty Xbox One, here is a lovely celebration fail I captured using just the console with absolutely no extra recording accessories. Watch as poor Carrick from Manchester United is absolutely nailed by a celebrating player.
A big thank you to Matthias, who noticed that version 1.2 of my enhanced soundtrack for Beneath A Steel Sky was lacking one of the music files (409.flac).