As someone who grew up with a variety of trains and a track hand-made by my grandfather that actually still works today, the Trainz bundle is something that brings back some great memories. Having never played this series, it’s very tempting to get this just to have a train game and a ton of DLC. While the page makes it seem like you’re getting a ton of games, you’re really getting Trainz Simulator ’12 and a ton of DLC for $4. It winds up being a savings of $135 compared to the regular price of everything on its own. The main game would normally cost $20, and a lot of the DLC is in that price range as well, so this is the perfect time to get into the game if you’ve ever been scared away by the DLC’s high price tag.