Xbox and Nintendo Switch loyalists who never bought a gaming PC just to play the Deadliest Catch: The Game, we have good news. Your perseverance has paid off because the game is now available on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. It can also be played on Xbox Series X | S too.
One way to experience various careers without the relevant qualification is to be an actor. But that isn’t for everyone. However, there is one way that is for everyone: a simulation game. That said, here’s another simulation game. This time, it is targeted at animal lovers.
If you are a huge fan of reality TV shows, you will be familiar with shows like the House Flipper. If you are a super fan, you probably want to be part of it. Thankfully, there’s a video game of it.
If pigs can fly… well, they can’t. However, in this upcoming PC video game called Pig Skater Simulator, it can skateboard. OK. Actually It can sometimes fly… with a jetpack.
Simulator used to be just about flying and driving, and the associated hardware. But now, it covers all manner of occupations, from becoming a pandemic doctor to mortuary assistant to burglar and drug dealer to even a man-eating shark. If all those occupations do not appeal to you, perhaps a less horrifying and law-abiding (and …
At this point, we shouldn’t surprise what kind of theme simulator video game has to offer. I mean, there’s a thief simulator already, what’s else could be more shocking? Unless it is about pushing drug. Oh, wait. You know what? That’s exactly what PlayWay’s latest hit video game is about.
These days, anything and everything can be made into a simulation game. From playing as Jesus to training to be a burglar to house flipping. The world of video game has it all. Now, even a reality television series like Discovery’s Deadliest Catch has been turned into a simulation game.
First it wants it you be a lowly criminal with Thief Simulator and now, game publisher PlayWay S.A. wants you to take a 180-degree turn and become holier than thou, like quite literally, with a video game called I Am Jesus Christ.
Since after 2000, simulation video games have moved past traditional domains like airplanes, boats, cars, and population management. There are all sort of simulators today, ranging from training to be a doctor to flipping houses to putting yourself in the cloven hoofs of a goat that basically go around head butting unsuspecting people and spoiling …