Ok folks, I don’t even know where to start with this one. So I’m going to state the obvious – impulse buying is bad! Impulse downloading of free demos can also be bad. However, neither of those is likely to be quite as bad as the Streamer Life Simulator demo.
Become one of the most popular people in the world, starting from scratch. Improve your character and buy yourself new equipments. Move from your bad neighborhood and settle in new neighborhood with stronger internet infrastructure. Create the computer with the features you want and start streaming. You can chat with your followers and collect donations. You can invest with the money you earn and increase your money. By following the new games and events. Buy new games. By playing the right game at the right time. Let new people discover you. Prove yourself to people and win tournament prizes by participating in tournaments of popular games. You can interact with your environment and do some different work to earn additional money.
It sounds ok, doesn’t it? I wasn’t expecting the all-time best simulator ever, but I am just boggled here. The little bit of the core mechanics I played around with were fine – set up your desk, put your PC together, set up your streaming account, and buy your first game. A little fiddly, but no big deal. Possibly also a whole heck of a lot of copyright infringement, but … eh, satire, I guess?
While waiting for my newly purchased game to download on the world’s slowest internet, I decided to go exploring outside a bit, and well, now I understand why the internet sucks.
WHAT IS THIS EVEN?
Apparently, something very very bad indeed has happened out here, and I no longer care about Steem or starting my career in streaming, I want to know what’s up with the world because I am no longer expecting the microphone and camera I ordered to ever show up because this is some post-apocalyptic nonsense right here.
Since nothing in the outside world is interactable, and after looking around the whole neighborhood, my game is STILL downloading, I decide I’ve probably seen more than enough.
Better late than never, I take a glance at other games put out by the same dev, and it all makes just a little more sense now.
Hey, I understand that not all art is created equal, and I although I might criticize details, I hate calling any kind of art bad. But the Streamer Life Simulator demo was definitely some kind of trainwreck, and it was one I had to escape by force closing the program through Task Manager.
6 thoughts on “Trainwreck! – Streamer Life Simulator”
Oh, gods. From those screenshots the impression I get is that all the games from this developer suffer from a bad case of asset flipping. D:
“There is a terrible bunny in the house”. Bunny! In the house! Make some noise!
Maybe taking an look at the chat from the developers everything is explained there.. you did no research so that is very bad for an review? But you critize an game that hasn’t got to defend them self… Very sad of you.
While you’re entitled to your opinion, I gave my impressions of the demo entirely on its own merits (or lack thereof). If a product isn’t good, no amount of research or explanations is going to magically make it good.
I agree the demo isn’t good at all.. but maybe seeing the full game will change your mind..