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Goat Simulator Quick Review (PS4)


Goat Simulator is a third-person action, sandbox game. You play as a goat and the point of the game is to explore and to cause as much damage as possible.

Developer: Double Eleven Limited
Publisher: Double Eleven Limited
Format: Playstation 4
Release Date: August 11th, 2015
Copy provided by publisher
Back in April of this year I reviewed Goat Simulator for the Xbox One and that review applies for the recently released Playstation 4 version. Goat Simulator on PS4 is still the same goofy yet addictive game it is on Xbox One. No better, no worse. I even went back to the Xbox One version to make sure there wasn't any differences that I might have overlooked. The only thing I found different was that this time I was able to score 10 points in Flappy Goat but that was most likely from all of the practice I had failing to do so on the X1 version. So instead of trying to figure out how to say the same thing in different words, I'm going to leave you with a summary of the review and a link to read the entire review if you wish to do so. I will say this though, I felt it was worth playing back in April, and I still do.


If you would like to read the full review, you can do so here.

If you'd like some help getting some of the trophies in Goat Simulator, you can find video guides here.

Conclusion

Goat Simulator is a broken game and there isn't much to it, but it's meant to be that way. The game takes all of the bugs and glitches that plague other open world games and turns them into a good time. I was apprehensive about playing it after all the stuff I read and videos I watched about it since it's original launch on PC. I figured it was just another stupid game I would get bored of in 10 minutes but after playing it, I can say that it's a nice break from the norm in gaming and it's an experience that deserves to be given a chance. Don't judge a goat by it's cover....or something like that.

Summary:
+ Glitches/bugs don't affect gameplay negatively
+ The destruction
+ Easy to just pick up and play
+ Doesn't take itself very seriously
+ Price point
-  Not much to it
-  Small maps

Score: 7.5/10 "Good"


What I played: 6 hours obtaining 31 of 31 trophies.
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