Published on 17th April 2014 by
while doing nothing with eventually unlock an "angel" goat.
Tommy Wiseau's the room
Once you've explored all four corners of the world, licked a few people and blown up a few cars, you've basically seen all that Goat Simulator has to offer.
There still isn't an awful lot to do once you've sorted out your survival situation beyond playing with the game's systems and creating your own personal survival stories. But then, that's kind of like arguing there isn't a lot to do in football beyond kicking the ball toward your opponent's goal.
Originally Posted by GuinevereWould appear to be a review by someone that doesn't 'get it'. It's a cheap game for throwaway moments of pretty banal humour. It's not supposed to be Ulysses or Citizen Cane. It's not supposed to be deep or clever or meaningful.
It's the game equivelent to Daniel Stern (Marv) getting hit in the face with brick after brick in Home Alone 2.
It's a 'That's Numberwang' game.
If you review it for what it IS it deserves more than 30%. If you review it for what it's NOT then year 30% is about right.
I wish it was totally kid friendly. As my kids would LOVE to play this game. But for now they'll have to stick with smashing cars up in the tech dome of 'Next Car Game'
Originally Posted by GuinevereI wish it was totally kid friendly'
Originally Posted by GuinevereAs my kids would LOVE to play this game. But for now they'll have to stick with smashing cars up in the tech dome of 'Next Car Game'
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