Goat Simulator 3 does everything it is supposed to do, much better than the original.
The missions give a nice progression to the adventure, and the cooperative multiplayer increases the fun you can get out of the game.
The team at Coffee Stain know exactly what the title is and how it should be played, cranking up the insanity for an outrageous time and optimum enjoyability. Goat Simulator 3 is pure absurdity, nothing more, nothing less.
Goat Simulator 3 is full of unfunny jokes, several once-funny exaggerations, and pretty obvious references. Underneath all this mess, we have an interesting gameplay. But still, Goat Simulator 3 is basically an open world game made entirely of bad sidequests.
Coffee Stain goes big but remains shallow for Goat Simulator 3. A more ambitious sandbox and impressive customisation options aside, this is still the same gag about a weak-kneed farm animal, with a punchline that ultimately outstays its welcome.
I've always felt the series was a low-effort ragdoll simulator cashing in on a meme title, with no care or intent put into the gameplay or levels.
For a lot of people who don't play indie games it was their first "funny concept game" and they love it for that, but it wasn't for me, so I don't think it deserves to be mass-review-inflated.
SummaryThat's right - we're doing this again. The baa has been raised, and Pilgor is joined by other goats too. You can invite up to three friends in local or online co-op, create carnage as a team, or compete in mini-games and then not be friends anymore. Get ready for another round of udder mayhem. Lick, headbutt, and ruin your way through a ...