Sailaway: The Sailing Simulator Review
I’ve always wanted to sail off in a boat. Sailaway: The Sailing Simulator takes sailing towards a realistic approach and is one step closer to me living out my sailing aspirations. I was eager to play the game due to my positive memories of sailing the seas in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker in search of adventure. The game requires a lot of effort to fully grasp its systems. In a way, it’s exactly what it says on the tin as it is a sailing simulator through and through.
When the game is at its best, it provides exactly what a video game about a submarine should provide -- that childlike sense of wonder and adventure that can only come from a new discovery or a narrow escape from a tough battle. It is just a shame that the game is hampered by some major flaws that shouldn't have been terribly difficult to avoid.
Construction Simulator 2015: Gold Edition
Including additional equipment -- like the Liebherr RL1300, for all you tall crane enthusiasts! -- and several new DLC missions/jobs, the Gold Edition provides many hours of content for the patient player to invest some serious time in learning the systems. A streamlined and more engaging tutorial, optimized and richer visuals, and less awkward control scheme would certainly make this a better game, but it’s a lot safer and much cheaper than buying that Liebherr for $1.7 million, which probably won’t fit in your garage anyway.