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Bus Simulator 18
Bus Simulator 18

PC | PlayStation 4 | Xbox One
Genre: Simulator
Developer: Stillalive Studios
Publisher: Astragon Entertainment Classification: PG
Release Date:
October 2019
Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:17pm 15/10/19 | 0 Comments
Yep, we've reached that point. We have MASSIVE amounts of Triple-A content locked in and incoming, but in the meantime, we've also been playing Bus Simulator 18 on console, which is now a thing. And, oddly, it's one of the most fun things you can do to unwind.

Oddly.

Here's a snippet from our unstoppingly excellent review:
The oddity is that despite the ‘loose’ rules of the game, you kind of just want to play by the rules. When you get a green star for indicating left as you leave a bus bay, it’s like all your Christmases have come at once, and then the monetary and business growth rewards that follow that are beyond appetising. That said, I do challenge anyone over the age of 18 (or 21 in the US), to try and be as precise a driver as they can be while under the influence of numerous red cordials.
Just read it. There's no reason you shouldn't. And then play it. You won't regret it, as we discuss in detail here.