Keep farm and carry on.
While reviews of any sort can only ever be subjective, sometimes writers have to don a different ‘hat’, so to speak. Games often have particular tempos or ways of doing things that may not marry with your mindset at the time, with other work and deadlines looming. Farming Simulator 20 requires a very particular hat – a farmer’s flat cap, to be precise. It’s an unhurried beast that absolutely insists on its own slow-and-steady pace. Give it time, though, and its monotonous rhythms become pleasurable and the intense chatter and mindless speed of the real world melt away at the wheel of a combine harvester.
Essentially, Farming Simulator 20 is a ‘numbers-go-up’ game. Yes, most video games are, but this one puts the dollar total at the top centre of the screen at all times – you want that ever-depleting figure to be as big as possible. A short tutorial gets you acquainted with the very basics of attaching equipment to your tractor, cultivating a field, sowing seeds and then harvesting the produce before dumping it in a silo or a trailer. It can then be transported to one of the various outlets surrounding your acreage and deposited in their silos in exchange for hard cash.
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