The game Farming Simulator was once ironically beloved. Now gamers are ready to get serious, moving the action from their desks to the couch. Starting this week Farm Simulator 2013, previously only for PCs, will be is available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in Europe and Japan, with an American arrival expected soon.
Giants Software, a European-based developer, first released Farming Simulator in 2011, to surprise success. Surprising to some because the game is quite simply as advertised: it realistically simulates farming, without any of the typical thrills and action offered by modern-day video games. Users plant fields, harvest crops, care for and feed livestock.
but anyway jokes aside the farming simulator game in vita was pretty comfy game. I had pretty decent fun time with it.
That trailer for the game made it a GOTY... there's no way that The Last of Us or Grand Theft Auto V will be able to overcome those missile silos and the tractor turbo boosts.