Oteeva Entertainment has today announced that it has shipped Trainz Railroad Simulator 2004 to stores in North America. The game, developed by Auran, is the backward-compatible sequel to Trainz, which has been available in North America since February 2002.
In Trainz Railroad Simulator 2004, players get to drive a selection of over 50 faithfully re-created locomotives, including diesels, electrics, and steam engines. The game features a number of passenger and freight routes based on real-world locations and also ships with powerful editing tools for players who are interested in creating their own maps. For more information on Trainz Railroad Simulator 2004, check out our previous coverage of the game.