GamersGate – New Releases – 26 July 2011

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Tuesday has rolled round and some new stuff has dropped for the Sims 3 along with a couple Railworks 2 add-ons and a couple game packs (multiple copies of a game).new on gamersgate today

Pride of Nations Pack

Posted: 28 Jul 2011 12:00 AM PDT

The Sims 3 Town Life Stuff

Posted: 26 Jul 2011 12:00 AM PDT

With exciting content never seen before in a Stuff Pack, The Sims™ 3 Town Life Stuff introduces new venues to give your Sims’ entire town a makeover – complete with objects just as perfect for their homes. Build a chic new library, create an exclusive, high-tech gym, design a fun playground, or make chores a pleasure with a fresh new laundry room. The Sims 3 Town Life Stuff not only gives you loads of new inspired design to use at home, but includes new community places, like Scrumptious Nibbles Café, for your Sims to visit too!FEATURES

  • Pre-Built Venues and Lots—Give your Sims’ town a new look with spectacular ready-to-go venues and community lots—or construct your own cool setting.
  • Fit and Fresh—Work out with the latest high-tech gym equipment, then clean your sweaty gym clothes in the new state-of-the-art washer and dryer set.
  • Time to Unwind—Kids will love the new Sunny Bungalow jungle gym, slide, and sandbox, while grown-ups can play chess by the new fountain.
  • Study Time or Story Time—Update the library with an elegant array of accessories, build your own study, or create cubicles with specialized sectional seating.
  • New Casual Outfits and Hairstyles—Clothes for running errands, hanging out, or working out—there are lots of styles for all your Sims’ fashion needs.

Men of War Collector Pack

Posted: 26 Jul 2011 12:00 AM PDT


RailWorks 2 Union Pacific Big Boy Add-On

Posted: 18 Jul 2011 12:00 AM PDT

The Union Pacific Big Boy 4-8-8-4 steam locomotive is a true legend of the rail world. Though only 25 examples were built in 1941 and 1944, their huge size and unique configuration has ensured that rail fans all over the world recognise the name Big Boy. The Union Pacific Class 4000 Big Boy was built specifically to be able to haul 3,300-ton freight trains over the Wasatch Mountains in Utah without assistance, while maintaining a speed of 60mph on level ground. It was found that the Big Boy was actually able to haul 4,000-ton trains on the route, though it was rarely called upon to hit 60mph. Finally retired in 1962, the class was one of the last steam locomotive types to be withdrawn from service in the US. Eight Big Boys are preserved today to be enjoyed and admired by future generations of rail fans.

The RailWorks Union Pacific Big Boy Add-On includes:

  • Class 4000 Big Boy Locomotive in Union Pacific livery
  • 40-foot flatcar
  • 40-foot flatcar with Sherman tank load

2 scenarios:

Monument Free Roam

  • Choose a Big Boy and click on it to drive it

Cajon Free Roam

  • Choose a Big Boy and click on it to drive it

RailWorks 2 Portsmouth Direct Line Expansion Park

Posted: 15 Jul 2011 12:00 AM PDT

The Portsmouth Direct Line Expansion Pack is a recreation of the 49-mile railway line between Woking and Portsmouth Harbour via Guildford. Based on the line as it appeared between 2000 and the present day, this expansion pack includes the Class 450 electric multiple unit (a very familiar sight on the line) and faithful representations of all 16 stations along the route. The Portsmouth Direct Line runs through busy urban centres, suburbs and rural areas as it makes its way from Woking in Surrey across the North and South Downs to the historic naval town of Portsmouth on the South Coast. The line was first begun in 1845, at which time the steep gradients of the Downs between Guildford and Petersfield proved a struggle for steam traction. Journey times improved with the electrification of the line in 1937, and by the late 2000s the third-rail 750-volt DC line was served predominantly by Class 444 and Class 450 EMUs. The Class 450 EMU included with the Portsmouth Direct Line is closely modeled on the real Siemens-built Class 450 ‘Desiro’ units which entered service in 2003, and features accurate controls and sound effects, plus realistic details including matrix destination displays, independent left and right door controls and more.


  • Class 450 ’Desiro’ electric multiple unit (EMU)
  • Portsmouth Direct Line 49-mile route from Woking to Portsmouth Harbour

10 scenarios:

Introduction to Portsmouth Direct Line

  • It is your first day on the Portsmouth Direct Line and you are being shadowed by a veteran driver. As you drive the line, performing passenger stops at the major stations just before rush hour, he will offer driving tips and information about the surrounding towns and areas of interest.

End of Days

  • Its the end of a good days work. Take a unit on its final leg to Portsmouth Harbour, before working back to Fratton Depot.

Guildford & District

  • The Portsmouth Mainline is an important artery of travel for commuters and day trippers alike, throughout the Surrey Hills. Take part in the busy operation of the daily services that operate up and down this prestigious network

Halfway Haslemere

  • Haslemere is a key turn back point along the line. Run a return service from Guildford to Haslemere, observing the tight timings of surrounding services.

Hightail to the Harbour

  • Join an 8-car Class 450 at Woking, on its way to Portsmouth Harbour. This is a semi-fast service so you’ll only be calling at principle stations along the route.

Holybourne Tanks

  • A weekly delivery of fuel oil is made to the industries of the Water Cress Valley near Alton in north Hampshire. Pilot today’s service from the southern town of Havant, north through Guildford, and on to the terminal at Holybourne.

Saturday Shunt

  • Take a 4-car Class 450 unit from Woking to Guildford to be used for the Ascot Shuttle

Petersfield Shuffle

  • Engineering works on the line mean trains can only work as far as Petersfield. Operate a Sunday service as far as the blockage before turning back south for the return journey.

Southern Rail Tour

  • Operate a summer Saturday rail tour headed by an LMS Black5 steam locomotives to Portsmouth Harbour. Despite it being the weekend, the mainline remains a busy place. You may be required to let faster trains pass, or be delayed behind the many commuter services that operate. Do your best to get to the coast on time.

Working to Woking

  • An all stops service from Portsmouth & Southsea to Waterloo. Another driver will relieve you at Woking station for the final leg along the Southern Mainline into the Capital.

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