Freelance Trucker: Insurance Fraud Edition

Freelance Trucker: Insurance Fraud Edition

Neat little game to waste some time, I enjoyed causing some mayhem and trying to survive until the goal (it’s not always that easy). Far from perfect but enjoyable for sure for an indie title. Good job!

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

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Freelance Trucker: Insurance Fraud Edition on Steam

American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator

American Truck Simulator is another production from the great SCS Software studio. Considering how they care for their players in Euro Truck Simulator 2, it couldn’t be otherwise! The creators once again prove that the games they create are complete products and the support does not end when the game / add-on is paid for, but all the time! Soon there should be an update of the state of California, the original state that appeared with the game’s premiere over 5 years ago and is still being improved and adapted to current standards both visually and technically.

Real player with 270.0 hrs in game

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American Truck Simulator (ATS) is the new title of the simulation created by SCS Software, which makes us live an adventure with our truck all around breath-taking landscapes and well-known places in USA. While you are travelling you will see the most famous architecture, for example The Golden Gate in San Francisco or the famous casino or hotel in Las Vegas. ATS is expanding more and more and this shows how SCS Software cares about making its product dynamic. We will play the part of a truck driver and we will travel on roads and highways with different sceneries in the background, such as desert, little populated areas or very busy metropolis. The unpublished system of event available for everybody and everywhere, thanks to the various upgrade, makes our adventure more interesting. It randomly creates accidents, parked cars and construction by the roadside or in the highway, reducing available lanes and blocking in cars, including out truck. Be careful when you are travelling because the police are always around the corner! Moreover, the fine collection system has become stricter than it was in the past, both because of the increase of the amount of money you have to pay if you exceed speed limitations, if you go right through red lights or if you cause accidents, and above all because patrol cars, which could normally drive through traffic or be hidden behind buildings or billboards, can give you a ticket at any stage; this makes the player pay attention to speed limitations, which vary according to each state. ATS natively supports mods and communities, considering that the game engine is the same as Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS 2) and this has made many changes be able to replace the lack of official trucks and has made the game more realistic and longer-living. In ATS you will also find a managerial section in which you can purchase your truck (getting into debts with a bank, if it is necessary), customizing it according to your tastes and you can also choose among a list of several interesting jobs dedicated to those who have decided to freelance. You can also hire drivers, purchase other trucks and create a big machine which can make you earn a lot of money. At this stage you could also purchase warehouses and expand your business in other cities. Moreover, your driver can increase his level and get experience scores which you could use in different sectors, such as fragile or luxury goods, trafficking length, special transports (e.g. explosive) and rush deliveries. This happens above all when you meet longer trailers than they were before, so that also a veteran of this saga needs some time to get used to the driving of these new means and to park them. Actually, it is possible to choose the difficulty of this latter: normal or expert. In the normal version the maneuvers which are necessary are on the same level of ETS 2, in the expert version it becomes more and more difficult because you are required to park your trailer in little areas and overcome obstacles. ATS is a title in which developers have focused more on quality than on quantity of contents. For those who have experienced ETS 2 this could be a negative point, however the realism takes advantage of it and shows places and situations which are always different. I suggest that both those who experienced its predecessor and those who are neophytes buy this game. I highly recommend this game! World of Trucks TruckersMP 100% Achievements Guide #cioflix | iPLAY4FUN | myArtwork

Real player with 230.0 hrs in game

American Truck Simulator on Steam

Redneck Party

Redneck Party

Y’all ready for a ride like none other? I’m talkin' beer, fine country ladies, and the craziest decked out trucks you ever done seen. I’m talkin' Redneck Party, boy!

Show off your skills as you fix and upgrade some serious horsepower. Customise your wheels by painting body colors, selecting stickers and much more. All brakes are out. Enjoy the party!

And most important

  • Drive Monster Trucks

  • Repair / Fix Monster Trucks

  • Become the most popular guy at the party

It’s a Redneck Party Time !!!

  • Pick up girls

  • Custiomise your machine

  • Grab a beer and enjoy

  • Compete with other dudes

  • Change parts

  • Manage your budget

  • Use Cuckie cutter to cut parts

  • Make sure your’s is Bigger

Big Wheels, Big Cars, Big Guys

Be one of them!

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Redneck Party on Steam

The Crew™

The Crew™

I love racing games. It’s been so long since I’ve been excited for an open-world racing gaming like this one. One that specifically caters to an aspect often discarded and ignored which is the love of free-drive and exploration. The Crew has its focus there as well as on racing. I was so looking forward to driving around different corners of the states, meeting other players, driving around with my friends and discovering new areas or car brands and acquiring crazy modifications along the way. It has many similarities with other common games such as Test Drive Unlimited 1 mixed with Burnout Paradise for speed, exploration and challenges.

Real player with 773.1 hrs in game

The game is quite fun, and I have spent many hours in it, and will probably spend more too. However… there are some pretty big caveats to this. The price for one; I have the Australia tax, and the base game costs $75USD, not including the exchange rate and everything. Then there is the DLC - each one is a pack of 4 extra cars, hardly worth the price considering they don’t really offer too much more. And then there are the Mi-crew-transactions. Seriously? Extra in-game micro transactions on an already pretty pricey Triple A release? There are two different forms of currency in-game, one which is solely earnt through missions, skills, and stunts. And then there are CREW CREDITS. You are given 100,000 reasonably early on in the game, but that’s not enough for anything good. And so… you are invited to use real life money to purchase these in order to quickly obtain cars or specs that you would otherwise spend countless hours grinding for. The grind for this game is pretty ridiculous - not only do you have to grind for in-game cash (unless you pay real money) for the cars, but then, upgrade those cars, you must complete skill challenges to acquire parts to improve your car… for each individual car. The best parts are also RNG based, so you could easily spend hours farming the same challenge to try and get that specific part you wanted.

Real player with 301.4 hrs in game

The Crew™ on Steam

Monster Truck Championship

Monster Truck Championship

I have just completed the game and have a viewpoint.

For the asking price of US. $40, I might have expected a little more so I hope the Devs add something to the pot here in the way of some bug fixes, physics tweaks and maybe add another arena or two (A sandbox editor would be awesome!) but all in all, the game is fun. Took about 20hrs. Monster truck madness comes to mind. I play with keyboard controls. It takes a short time to get used to steering with both front and rear wheels and once you get the knack, it makes performing stunts easier and cuts loads off your racing times.

Real player with 23.1 hrs in game

It’s the best Monster Trucks game on steam and probably on the Internet, has:

  • A handful of customizations that includes the: Body, Rims, Exhaust and Top/Front/Rear Attachment.

–——–+ Not forgetting Liveries and stickers.

  • Has a Career mode that’s basically you racing in leagues and competing against other AI drivers.

  • Has a Quick Play mode where u can basically play any event with custom options and custom tracks against AI.

  • Other game modes include: Destruction, Freestyle and Time trail. (Total of 5 game modes)

Real player with 22.3 hrs in game

Monster Truck Championship on Steam

Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom

Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom

I wanted to at least complete the main story mode to give a proper review; I really had fun with this game, I’m super into the show and the books, but not exactly on the whole Action RPG formula (although this one reminded me a lot of Mercenary Kings, and that game rocks) so that says how well the characters can carry you along to keep you hooked xD

If you’re a fan of the show, you’re gonna love this game… Jack Sullivan as a protagonist can be annoying at times (and I like the guy LOL) so I don’t blame you if you find his narration obnoxious, that’s like… his thing, but then again it feels like something from season 1 of the show (considering the game was produced along it) and since then the characters had evolved a bit more ^^

Real player with 29.9 hrs in game

This game is an incredible piece of crap. It NEVER boots into a usable interface and thus can’t be played. REFUND NOW!!

Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom on Steam

SRX: The Game

SRX: The Game

Here we go again, time for another long and heartfelt review of a game in the Monster Games series. Their games, as silly as it may sound, mean a lot to me, so prepare for a long one. I hope it helps you!

Summary: This game is yet another step up for Monster Games. At this point, I have no big issues with the driving physics. The only real big issue that is the crash physics are still overly arcadey and just don’t fit in with the rest of the game’s aesthetic. If you can get past that though, definitely get this game. I saw someone complain about the lack of multiplayer lobbies. Well if you wanna fix that, buy the freaking game, and keep trying to make lobbies, it’s that easy! I’m also interested in forming a league with some friends, if there is enough interest for it.

Real player with 145.8 hrs in game

So far I’m pretty impressed with the changes made to career mode. I love playing a long winded in depth career mode in any racing game. I played the other Tony Stewart games on PS4, I really enjoyed All American Racing and so far feel this game plays a bit better. Im not too hard to impress and will happily update this review when i get to racing in the other divisions.

One thing I will say I’m happy to see improvements on are the Facility Upgrade and now there is a Hired Driver you can set for each team. The Hired Driver can improve the more they race and I feel like that is a fantastic feature. Obviously there are tracks that not everyone will enjoy driving at, so its nice to be able to have a driver with a name and a rating go race for you when you dont want to do it yourself.

Real player with 76.7 hrs in game

SRX: The Game on Steam

Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing

Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing

I don’t know why these Tony Stewart games are better than the mainline HEAT series from Monster, but it is really quite special.

If you enjoy dirt circletrack racing, but don’t want to enter into competitive sim-racing like iRacing, these are the games for you. This game has updated physics, and a progessive dirt layer added to the cars. The two things, really, that the already great Sprint Car game was missing.

It would have been nice if Monster added the Sprint Car content to this title. It will also be nice to see additional classes like Late Models, Super Late Models, Pro Trucks, and maybe some more models in Street Stock.

Real player with 52.1 hrs in game

It has been so long since Dirt Track Racing games were released. This game is a very nice upgrade from those versions. First impressions are very positive. Very simple, fun racing game. Game play is very similar to Dirt Track racing, with greatly improved graphics.

Pros: 3 classes of cars to chose from, custom paint schemes (limited), tuning (simple or advanced)

Cons: Limited custom paint schemes, no track conditions (wet/dry), zero advantage to running the cushion (high side) of track.

Real player with 46.0 hrs in game

Tony Stewart's All-American Racing on Steam

Train Sim World® 2020

Train Sim World® 2020

This is a genuine review from someone who actually works in the rolling stock industry.

Dovetail, please read this. I really want to make this game great.

So, conclusion first.

Does this game have loads of potential?


With the diverse functionality of its engine, it is highly improbable that the game would ever fail.

! Hell I am more than happy to implement this simulator into our driver training simulation cabins, the graphics and details of those blasphemous atrocities needs to be updated fast.

Real player with 936.6 hrs in game

Train Sim World. A new sim by a company with a complacent attitude despite the chance of a clean slate being presented to them. TSW is a new modern train sim and calling it a sim is stretching it ALOT at this time for those with a interest in the railway using the UE4 to bring an immersive experience of not only driving trains but to ride as a passenger, walk around the environment to a degree or even fulfil you’re inner hobo and hang onto a freight as it goes on it’s way in perfectly clear weather to blizzards at midnight with lovely graphics and visuals.

Real player with 421.5 hrs in game

Train Sim World® 2020 on Steam

The Crew™ 2

The Crew™ 2

After 50 hours, The Crew 2 has left me with a lot of wonderful memories. They aren’t filled with the kind of emergent stories you get from exploring an open world and its systems, nor are they moments that involve goofing around with strangers–The Crew 2 is lacking in both those aspects. Instead, my memories are filled with the game’s variety of vehicular activities and the wonderfully curated tracks: the unrealistic, the impossible, and the delightful.

It’s surprising to see just how much The Crew 2 differs from the original game. There’s been a noticeable shift in Ubisoft’s last few open-world titles, one that’s moving toward a focus on player-driven progression–large selections of optional activities, non-linear structures, rewards for doing just about anything–and The Crew 2 benefits significantly from this direction. The gritty crime angle from the original game is gone, and instead, The Crew 2 takes reams of pages from the book of Forza Horizon. The game centers on a nationwide festival of motorsports where you, a rookie, are poised to become the next big star. While the setup is conventional, and the focus on social media fame is obnoxious, what it brings to the game is a colorful and upbeat vibe, an impressive variety of different disciplines, and positively ridiculous arcade driving on land, water, and through the air.

Real player with 2473.2 hrs in game

Hey all,

I was looking forward to The Crew 2 since I absolutely loved The Crew 1 (check my review on that game), and usually I buy the most expensive deluxe pack of whatever sequel if the first game was good. For some reason I hesitated here and it turns out my intuïtion was correct.

Total score : 4/10 … If you want to know why, read on.

The Crew 2 is an arcade racer, in an online setting. This merely means you may see a few other players passing by while you are in the open world. Your results are measured against other players, but this really is a single player game, in instances vs the ghosts of your friendlist or against the AI. The feeling is completely arcade, with no damage or tuning. Basically you don’t even need to brake much.

Real player with 666.8 hrs in game

The Crew™ 2 on Steam