Goat Simulator (Xbox One)
If you haven’t heard of goat simulation yet, it’s time to get on board with one of the best games of them all. The latest edition of Goat Simulator for Xbox One is truly a work of art. It brings the best that goat simulation has to offer, with all the latest perks of the most advanced gaming and simulation technology.
If you ever dreamed about hopping around like a full-time goat, you can now turn those dreams into reality. Besides allowing you to immerse yourself in one of the best simulations ever created, Goat Simulator brings gameplay that is not of this world.
Your goal is as simple as it possibly can be – wreak havoc everywhere you go, leave no stone unturned and cause the world to plunge into chaos irreversibly. Destruction follows in your footsteps. If you remember those skating games of old, the principle is pretty much the same, with just one little difference – you’re here to destroy anything that gets in your way.
And to additionally spice things up – there is always another, new, more innovative, and simply better way to become the bringer of chaos and destruction. The more you explore, the more points you earn. The goal is to make up crazy new ways to ruin everything you put your slab on. There are no limits, and you’re free to find your own unique style to destroy things.
Let’s be perfectly clear, there are much better games out there, but this is simply so charming that it would be a real crime not to give it a try.
Goat Simulator 3 review
Despite its zaniness, Goat Simulator 3 just left me feeling bored.
How to Get The Goat Simulator 3 Skin in Fortnite
While preorders for Goat Simulator 3 Skin have now concluded, players in Fortnite can still acquire the playable A Goat Outfit through another method.
The return of Goat Simulator
I absolutely hate Goat Simulator. I find the graphics ugly, glazed in an unexplained Matrix-green sheen with pop-up aplenty. The physics are all over the place, which isn't a great combination with controls that are less responsive than I would like. Both rob me of the precision needed to reach some of the trophies hidden around the level, or make it nigh on impossible to tick off items from the checklist of tricks the game challenges me to perform. There is little to no variety across the NPCs, there's inconsistency with what you can and can't interact with, and the elevator music that passes for a soundtrack does little to endear me to the experience. Also, there are so, so many bugs. Bugs and glitches galore. In fact, the game's Steam page proudly declares there are "MILLIONS OF BUGS" because the team decided to "only eliminate the crash-bugs, everything else is hilarious and we're keeping it." Read more