When I'm not shooting people in the face in RD2 or Metro Exodus I do like to relax with a simulator , mostly racing sims but I do also drive a train
in Train Sim World ... just watching the world go by.
I wouldn't want to be a farmer in the real world because it's to much work but virtually the prospect seems more appealing so when Epic revealed
their next free game would be Farming Simulator 19 my interest was piqued , the game has just gone live so I'm typing this while downloading just in
case anyone else fancies a taste of the simple life ... for free.
I've harvested , cleared , cultivated and chased birds off my freshly seeded land , I got my helper to do the third field as I need at least one done
with uniform straight lines ... now just wait for the cash to roll in.
originally posted by: rickymouse
I would rather do real farming than doing a simulation.
Not me...I have 180 acres in cotton and onions. Much farming in Texas is done by corporations that just hire illegals to do the dirty work. My
lease is to a company with over 10,000 acres under cultivation that also own the cotton gins and other infrastructure to process the vegetable crops.
This ain't no game...it's serious business. Capitalism, and now that 420 products are legal in NM. Perhaps it's time I leased some farmland as
edit on 30-1-2020 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)
I have been kind of disappointed since the Darksiders games .
Yet , I realize everyone does not have the same choice of games that I do.
I am not complaining and I may still get Farming Simulator just for a change.
I waited literally to the last minute before I got Shadow Tactics , and that turned out great.
3.5 hours into my first farm and I've crashed my tractor , grown weeds and lost my money , things are looking bleak.
The game's looking good though , great graphics and gameplay are the icing on a fun simulation that's easy to get invested in and hopefully in my case
learn from your mistakes and fight through to survival.
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