Pure Farming 2018
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Critic Reviews for Pure Farming 2018
For a series that's defined by its tardiness, Pure Farming 2018 leans a little too heavily on the slow side for our liking. This is a perfect first choice for newcomers, though, as its campaign walks you through every single element of agricultural “action” – and there's a helluva lot to wrap your head around. The various environments could do with a little more visual identity, but they offer unique challenges that make them worth playing. And while the quick-fix challenge mode won't keep purists occupied for long, we certainly appreciate the attempt at distilling the title's gameplay into short session bursts.
Pure Farming 2018 is still a pretty sour plant (pun intended): technically modest, with a narrow roster of farming vehicles, and limited possibilities for the players. Despite the name, it's not a "pure" simulator, and the arcade approach may turn away the fans of the genre. The seeds have been planted; we'll wait and see if they will bear fruit.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Pure Farming 2018 suffers from tedium that masks itself as originality, which only highlights how similar it is to others. There is very little reason to recommend it over its competitors, but that's only because of similarity; not a lack of quality. If you're looking for an intro to farming games, then you may find a chilled and informative experience here.
At Pure Framing 2018 we have to manage our farm, raise animals, sell products and be very patient. A game that is not created for everyone, simple in the graphical aspects, but tremendously deep in the playable aspects. A delight for those who don't mind spending hours doing just one task.
Review in Spanish | Read full review