One of two things are usually the case if a game has “Simulator” in its title. Either it’s an overly earnest attempt to provide accurate simulation, or it’s a joke. Euro Truck Simulator 2 is something of a rarity. It’s the former, sure, but avoids the usual trap of being buggy, obtuse and transparent in its limitations. It’s good. You’re probably sick of people saying its good, but by all logic it shouldn’t be, so it bears repeating.