I have no problem downloading from the DLS using a different FTP client called Free Download Manager and I can also download using Firefox from DLS with no problem. Derek Yes I ran the Network Diagnostics again and received the same results as you see in the first post of this thread (Error: Download failed - error 2).
Shane Hi Shane: I did shut off my firewall completely and the FTP still did not work from Content Manager to download from the DLS.
Many times these are simple typos, some are misspellings (not every contributor speaks English as a native tongue, nor as their first language) and pre-TS08 error checking was far more lenient...
leading to the fatal crash of Trainz or worse, Blue Screen of Death errors.
I'll be honest - we're throwing science at the wall here to see what sticks. You pretty much will be playing this game for its macabre setting and story like you would say... Sanitarium plays fine but the character doesn't have a "run" so you may find some tedium as you slowly move across the screen. The main unique points about the game (which may or may not have been used to death since) are that you assemble all of your units through a branching research tree (you research various chassis, weapons, defenses, and other gizmos, and then put together blueprints that go into your unit construction menu), each faction has a completely different look and feel from one another, and each plays differently from one another (in an SC sort of way, I suppose, but to a lesser note).
The Hierarchy Of Assets and files Asset fixing is something of a misnomer except in rare cases—most widely used assets need fixing by updating to new technology levels—because they have become out of date relative to updates in the game engine's data needs.
Alas, there are some actual errors in downloadable content from not only the DLS but from otherwise reputable 3rd party content creators such as Trainz Pro Mocrossing pack (zip file) pack—the fixing of which is covered in a forthcoming tutorial.
Just an FYI, the two other games in the trilogy are more like standalone expansion packs than true sequels.
It doesn't make them bad, but don't expect too much to be different from game to game, other than a few new units and concepts in each.