The lights are on
Europeans have a thirst for simulations that may seem a bit odd to American sensibilities. Browse shelves in a games store overseas, and you'll find a surprising number of bus sims, ski resort-management sims, and tractor sims. They've traditionally been on PC, but Focus Home Interactive is changing that with a new version of Farming Simulator.
Focus says that Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 players will be able to farm their way through all the content featured in Farming Simulator 2013 in the upcoming release. Additionally, the console versions include special North America-inspired farms to tame. The game includes vehicles and tools from real--world brands, and a complete career mode.
It's great to see that Farming Simulator is putting its way to both North America and consoles. Look for it this September.
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WOW MY LIFE IS NOW COMPLETE!
This September? You mean I have to choose between GTA V and this? Oh man...sorry Rockstar, but I think we have a clear winner.
Yee Haw! I had this preordered since 2010. Can't wait for the Tractor DLC to come out!
The revised achievement list has been leaked. Some of the more colorful new ones include 'Cow-Tipper,' 'Anhydrous!' and 'Traffic-slower.'
Yes! This is just what we wanted!
Bout f&%king time.
This is pretty funny. I do enjoy these simulation games. They make for a great time.
I can imagine an "X-Treme Corn Razing" DLC coming to consoles after this releases.
Does this mean I can drive a combine down the highway and annoy the hell out of everyone in-game?