James Ireland On June - 30 - 2011

Another simulator review for you on the PC, but this time you will be cleaning the streets. Question is, is the game actually playable, will it be fun to play, is the games physics engine broken? Find out in the video review.

UPDATE: There is an option to reset your vehicle pressing the backspace button but even with this revelation, it is not enough to save this game from the pit of oblivion

Categories: PC Reviews
  • Craghed

    ‘Rubbish’ game.

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