The lights are on
Train simulators are easy to mock, but the release of Microsoft Train Simulator in 2001 paved the way for Rod Fergusson to create the Gears of War franchise. Now the director of production at Epic Games, we talked to Rod Fergusson at the studio about his memories on his first game. It turns out that creating a train simulator is more adventurous than you'd expect.
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That is awesome, in a crazy sort of way... ;-)
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Wow thats actually kinda cool
That was an entertaining interview. Thanks for sharing it with us, GI!
I always wanted to be a conductor.
Sounds like surprisingly fun experience actually.
I used to play Microsoft Train Simulator all the time! I might just install it to my new laptop just to play it for nostalgia.... :)
They should have conductor skins in the new Gears game for all the players to show their appreciation.
game okay trains see some normal