Train de Go! Europe main screen

Train de Go! Europe is a train simulator game released in 2014 for Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Vita, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, iOS and PC in Europe and Japan (As Densha de Go! Europe) and made by Taito Corporation

This game uses a Densha de Go! Final engine modified featuring some elements from it's predecessor like the chain system and the diagrams as well as several improvements

Game modes

Train de Go! Europe features several game modes available to choose

  • Normal Mode (1 Player)
  • Enjoy Mode (1 Player)
  • Free Run Mode (1 Player)
  • Versus Mode (2 to 4 Players)
  • Tutorial (1 Player)
  • Gallery
  • Options

Normal mode tasks the players to reach every station on a diagram within a time limit as well as obeying all signals in order to earn a bigger score at the end of the diagram

Enjoy mode plays similar to Normal mode except that the player now can carry 2 items to use at any moment

Free Run mode allows the player to play on any diagram without any kind of restriction and no signals allowing any kind of controls at any moment

Versus mode is a 2 to 4 players mode where all players compete on the same diagram via split screen (Console versions) or its own screen (Portable versions) to get the highest score possible

Train lines

The following Train lines are playable on all versions, but due to lack of space they were separated onto 3 cartridges on 3DS and PS Vita each containing 3 Train lines each and iOS being released as each Train line separated

  • Cercanias Madrid (Spain, Cartridge 1)
  • Linha Do Leste (Portugal, Cartridge 1)
  • Reseau Expres Regional Paris (France, Cartridge 1)
  • Berlin S-Bahn (Germany, Cartridge 2)
  • Ferrovie Regionale Del Lazio (Italy, Cartridge 2)
  • Moskovskaya Oblast Elektrichka (Russia, Cartridge 2)
  • Stocholms Pendeltag (Sweden, Cartridge 3)
  • Proastiakos Athens (Greece, Cartridge 3)
  • London Overground (England, Cartridge 3)

Each Cartridge containing Train lines were released as Train de Go! Europe Volume 1, 2 and 3 respectively

Control Input

While the game comes with a Train lever controller (Console versions only) it can also be controlled by other methods

Wii U, 3DS and PS Vita also support Touchscreen controls while iOS can only be controlled via touchscreen

Action Train Controller Wii U Gamepad/Classic Controller/Pro Controller Nunchuk Wii Remote (Sideways) 3DS PS3/PS4/PS Vita
Traction Up Left Lever Up Up Up (Control Stick) Up Up (D-pad) Up
Traction Down Left Lever Down Down Down (Control Stick) Down Down (D-pad) Down
Stop Traction Left Lever Neutral L C N/A L L1
Blow Horn Pedal Y Z B Y Square
More Brake Right Lever Up A Up (D-Pad) 2 A X
Less Brake Right Lever Down B Down (D-Pad) 1 B O
Emergency Brake Button B X A A X Triangle
Release Brake Right Lever Neutral R B N/A R R1
Left Item Button A ZL Left (D-Pad) Left (D-Pad) Left (Circle Pad) L2 (Touchscreen on PS Vita)
Right Item Button C ZR Right (D-Pad) Right (D-Pad) Right (Circle Pad) R2 (Touchscreen on PS Vita)


This is the first release outside Japan of a Densha de Go! game

There are no plans for an American release

Xbox 360 version was planned but finally cancelled

Taito is planning to make a Train de Go! game based on American railways

All 3 cartridges can be bought together on a special pack called "Train de Go! Europe Collection" for 3DS and PS Vita

iOS version was separated into 9 different games due to space limitation

The games are released in 10 different languages (English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Greek and Japanese)

Versus mode is available for 4 players on 3DS, PS Vita, PS3, PS4 and Wii U while PC and iOS Versus mode is limited to 2 players

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