This is going to be just a short blog or more of an announcement and update for the reader about a realistic farm game that’s crossed my field. I’ve always liked the idea to create personal wish lists of items and products that are of interest to me, and have made it on my purchasing radar or got an eyebrow raised.
That same excitement and those same feelings are there for this PlayStation 4 (PS4) updated version, that were there for Farming Simulator 15 (2014) from Giants Software that I purchased on XBOX360 a good while ago. At the time I was intrigued by the slow pace of the game and something that I can get into, that wasn’t going to be all thumbs and fingers on the controller, something quieter and more on the relaxing side. This next-gen introduction will surely present a realistic farm game.
In Touch With the Earth
I like bringing a bit of the personal touch to the website and so these wish lists I would hope, give the readers insights into my thoughts and reasons behind why I like what I like and why it’s made it here to this specific list. After creating the video games wishlist article and keeping it regularly updated, I often thought how am I to show any new additions to the article? The answer, simply to blog about it.
Updated: August 2020. I’ve now made my ongoing wishlists centre-stage on my landing page so that they are easier to get to and navigate. At this moment in time, as of writing this update on 24 August 2020 there is a wishlist for both video games for the PlayStation 4 (PS4) and board games that I’m thinking about.
I eventually intend to create a list for solely card-based games, without a board obviously and perhaps a dice variant or video games accessories, who knows? I’ve also included a video to the products to make the wishlists more visual and appealling.
I’ve recently tried out the new streaming and downloading service from PlayStation called PlayStation Now. This was only a seven-day trial but I certainly made use of it by having a look at a few titles.
This tempting and useful service is also available as a digital download from CDKeys.com and Eneba for various lengths of subscription and as of writing this blog (10 Feburary 2020) certainly lower priced deals than the RRP prices from the PlayStation Store. Xbox One and PC formats also have something similar in tow that can be purchased.
For the better valued 12 month subscription you can enjoy many months of browsing, choosing, streaming, downloading and playing for only £39.69 saving you £10.30 over the store price.
On top of the above savings, if you visit and read my other post and sign up to Quidco for FREE, or if you already have an account, you can earn 10% cashback off any purchases (new customers) or 4% cashback (existing customers) from CDKeys.com. These cashback rates are correct as of 14 February 2020. By doing so, this will furthur save you money and the cashback will stay safe in your Quidco account until you deposit it.
As mentioned, and as an owner of Farming Simulator 15 (2014) from Giants Software on XBOX360, I feel like I’ve gone full circle and want it again now as the new 2019 version with its next-gen look, glossy machines and equipment, enticing release trailer, realistic crops, fields and details has obviously drawn me in.
I was a little disheartened though when the trial passed and I couldn’t continue managing my crops. I’ve also found out after researching the title that there is a Platinum version available which includes over 35 new vehicles, tools and equipment from the CLAAS brand, this will be the version I’ll personally opt for.
Fruits of My Labour
Please feel free to check out the full synopsis of the game title in my article, or enjoy reading about the personal thought process and insight behind the idea of this possible purchase, while visualising the excitement rating present.
Thank you for reading this blog, I hope you found it of some help or interest. Please feel free to drop a comment about this title, the written content or even your own experiences with this genre of game.