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RAILGRADE | Launch Trailer
RAILGRADE | Gameplay Trailer
Critic Reviews for RAILGRADE
Railgrade doesn't try to recreate the railway management sim game, but it polishes and bolsters what is there to become one of the better examples of this niche genre. The story, light as it tends to be, pokes fun at late-stage capitalism without it becoming the sole focus of the game. It falls short of greatness due to repetition and a lack of depth in its later hours, but there is still more than enough here for resource management sim fans to not feel like they've been taken for a ride.
The management and simulation of trains is still fun, and in this game it is also enriched by the development of cities and the addition and improvement of buildings. The complex extensive campaign will be appreciated mainly by creative and at the same time patient players.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
"Railgrade" is an absolute must for players who like to trim a system for efficiency. Borrowing from games like "Factorio", "Satisfactory" or even the more abstract "Magnum Opus", "Railgrade" pushes itself to the top of the genre thanks to charming presentation, short but crisp missions and an excellent price-performance ratio.
Review in German | Read full review
RAILGRADE presents itself as a strategy game; after playing, I think there is also a bit of puzzling involved as you work out the best route for your trains to travel. In addition, the game isn’t overly complicated but offers a good challenge nevertheless with plenty of levels to complete.