Euro truck simulator 3 per ps4: Hands On: Bus Simulator Blends Crazy Taxi, SimCity, and Train Sim World to Addictive Effect

Our only real major criticism is that it feels like half of the game’s budget was spent flying us over to try it. That’s an exaggeration, of course, but it’s not a looker – even on the more powerful PS4 Pro, where the additional horsepower is being used to bump up the resolution and slightly improve the textures. Character models are ugly as sin, and while there is some personality in the open world, it looks dated. We would have loved optional PlayStation VR support to have made the grade here, as it would add a lot to the experience being able to manually check mirrors and the passengers behind you, but the performance just doesn’t feel anywhere smooth enough on a standard television for that to be a remotely realistic request.

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