Japanese Rail Sim 3D is a strictly regimented, satisfying experience

Japanese Rail Sim 3D: Journey in Suburbs #1 is an odd experience. I never expected to find a sense of accomplishment in a game series where each volume forces me to develop tunnel vision, yet here we are. It’s the sort of simulation that seems monotonous and tedious, yet in practice doesn’t run out of steam. As unusual as it may be, I can’t help but express a bit of appreciation for this unorthodox line.

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