While there are a few missions to partake in via mission points on the map, the game really had no ultimate goal other than to grow your farm, and prosper. While it might seem a bit disappointing there isn’t anything else to the game, I’ll admit it’s a relaxing experience in a lot of ways.
There is something inherently relaxing about hearing cows moo in the distance while I drive a tractor to my cornfield at sunrise. And, when I feel lazy I can hire someone to drive my tractor for me. Back and forth. Up and down. Back and forth. It’s mesmerizing and boring all at the same time; and so is Farming Simulator 2015.
Console users may be baffled, as this is the first time Farming Simulator comes to Sony and Microsoft home entertainment platforms. Still, it's a unique experience, albeit very slow, and you might find the unexpected while tending to your fields.
Farming Simulator 15 is a game which offers quite some depth for people fanatic enough to invest time in it. However, due to it's unbalanced gameplay and disappointing graphics, not many players will muster such enthusiasm.
It’s an acquired taste, and if its appeal lies solely with those of you yearning for a title that allows you to get behind the wheel of wondrously modelled tractors and farming machinery, then this is absolutely the game for you. For the rest of us, it will continue to remain a mystery.
SummaryAdminister your own farm: from harvesting to animal husbandry, and from the sales of fresh products to woodcutting, the benefits of your exploitation allows you to develop, and invest in new and more powerful vehicles or tools.