Densha de Go!! (loosely translated to "Go by Train!!") is an electric train simulation game developed by Taito and released by Square Enix for arcades (using PC-based Taito Type X4 hardware) in Japan on November 7, 2017.
The first mainline arcade release of the Densha de Go! series in 14 years (after Densha de Go! 3: Tsuukin-hen), Densha de Go!! updates the gameplay and high-definition graphics (built on Unreal Engine 4) while featuring a three-monitor panoramic display (with an additional ultra-wide touchscreen for certain cab controls). The game was originally sold in a deluxe cockpit housing resembling a E231-500 series train cab.
While the game only included parts of the Yamanote Line in its initial release, it received additional routes in regular updates (including parts of the Chūō-Sōbu Line, Osaka Loop Line, Hanshin Main Line, Chūō Main Line, Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line, and Keihin–Tōhoku Line, as well as additional extensions of the Yamanote Line).
In 2019, the game received an alternate "compact" cabinet resembling those used in the original arcade game. It also received two bonus "Fukkoku-ban" game modes, providing a faithful recreation of two of the original arcade games: one for Densha de Go! (on June 26, 2019) and one for Densha de Go! 2: Kousoku-hen 3000-bandai (on September 25, 2019). The game also received a child-friendly spin-off known as Densha de Go!! Kids, which uses a more simplistic cabinet.
It later received a revamped console version for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2020-2021 as Densha de Go!! Hashirou Yamanote-sen. This version is notable for having the full Yamanote Line, as well as routes parallel with it.