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Has anyone actually bought all the dlc for this?
I saw that even on sale it's 2,500$ worth of dlc. So who bought it and was it worth it? (that's crazy amount of dlc to me)
Last edited by Lil Ginger Roe; Mar 5, 2015 @ 1:55pm
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simonmd Mar 5, 2015 @ 2:03pm 
I doubt there is anyone, even a rich train nut, who has it all. I might be wrong, the interent is a strange place! Of course, normal people like different specific things and most will just focus on that. I personally prefer UK based stuff, others will only like freight routes, some will only prefer steam engines, etc.
Captainbob Mar 5, 2015 @ 2:55pm 
Everytime they announce a new route or piece of rolling stock, immediately people request a half a dozen other routes to be made as well as rolling stock. It's about ahaving a wide choice so that everyone will find something that interests them. You don't see every movie that is made do you, or just see the movies that interest you.
Last edited by Captainbob; Mar 5, 2015 @ 2:56pm
ReIntegration Mar 5, 2015 @ 4:41pm 
I have almost all the American DLC but thats been over time not all at once.
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pasictarik10 Mar 5, 2015 @ 5:25pm 
I have all the German routes and most of the DLC that comes with it.
Toms87 Mar 5, 2015 @ 5:53pm 
can we stop having a new thread every day on this topic and the same 3 or 4 people giving the same answers over and over? this is just a joke.
ReIntegration Mar 5, 2015 @ 6:09pm 
Originally posted by Toms87:
can we stop having a new thread every day on this topic and the same 3 or 4 people giving the same answers over and over? this is just a joke.

Did you complain in all the other threads too like you did on this one?
JayTwoPointOh Mar 6, 2015 @ 3:27am 
There's been a few occasions (normally christmas/ winter/ summer sales) in the past where we have done an all DLC bundle for a discounted price and quite a few people have actually picked it up.

Granted this was a few years ago and we have a tad more content available now, but at one point in time, a few people have definitely owned all available content.

Not sure if that answers your question completely, but we certainly wouldn't be surprised if there are a couple of people out there currently who own (or at least a very large percentage of) everything we have released.

- Jay
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eduard Mar 6, 2015 @ 3:41am 
I have most of the routes now,alot of trains too. most of the time i wait for the sales
And i never complain about it, cause i like the game very much.
Only negative point , a thirth party had to add proper raildriver support instead of the developer.
Last edited by eduard; Mar 6, 2015 @ 3:44am
Jack Mar 7, 2015 @ 2:51pm 
I'm sure there are. I have a person on my friend's list who I notice buys everything when it comes out. I have well over half the DLC's myself. The stuff I don't have Is either brand new (and I didn't want it bad enough to pay full price) or I simply don't care about it. Bottom line, yea, it's a collection to some. There's probably quite a few people with everything.
Bekns Mar 7, 2015 @ 4:04pm 
I got all that is currently available, but I think I might have missed a couple that are now unavailable (not sure) but it costs me no more than going out to the pubs and clubs on a Friday night which I dont do so its not like its a huge amount weekly.

Also Im a train nut too and have a very understanding missus.

bekns
DRUNK_CANADIAN Mar 7, 2015 @ 5:50pm 
Remember to take into consideration how much the cost of things is proportional to the individual's overall worth/income.

For you and me, 2500$ is an extremely large amount of money. A very sizable chunk of our worth.

For someone who makes annually over 1 million dollars, it would be smaller than what we would consider for the purchase of a pop at a vending machine. So they may pick it up without second thought or reservations....

Its a weird concept, but its an accurate one.
Jack Mar 8, 2015 @ 7:23pm 
Originally posted by DRUNK_CANADIAN:
Remember to take into consideration how much the cost of things is proportional to the individual's overall worth/income.

For you and me, 2500$ is an extremely large amount of money. A very sizable chunk of our worth.

For someone who makes annually over 1 million dollars, it would be smaller than what we would consider for the purchase of a pop at a vending machine. So they may pick it up without second thought or reservations....

Its a weird concept, but its an accurate one.

$2500 isn't that much for anyone with a job I dare say. All at once, absolutely. But not over years as is the case with most ppl here. Almost everyone has a hobby or something they spend money on. Anyone that smokes spends much more than keeping up on TS costs. Yet gobs of poor ppl smoke. Someone into photography might have a $1000 camera. People that play different type of games buy lots of games because they may only last 15 or 20 hrs before you're through with them. And those cost 50-60 a pop.

Overall, TS is really quite inexpensive. People just whine about because of "sticker shock."
I just find it's way cheaper to get a train on here than it is to get a model train set, so I wind up buying it here instead.
Ziigler Mar 9, 2015 @ 7:19am 
My uncle is into model trains and has quite the collection(haven't seen him for years though). I looked at the hobby but was too expensive for me to ever get into and it seems to carry over into simulators also. It's a pretty smart business as I ponder; The true fans are used to paying so why not keep it rolling(NPI)...

Maybe one day I can squeeze this into my budget?
[UK] Alien Baltan Jan 3, 2017 @ 12:20pm 
I could in theory, but that would drain my bank account in one fell swoop! It is awesome having all this choice - I feel like if I bought everything I'd never get around to trying it all out!
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