Your fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight, and bull-strong

The latest version of the Farming Simulator series, Farming Simulator 14, has finally arrived on the PS Vita, which aims to bring you as close as possible to realistic farming.

What you have in “Farming Simulator 14” is essentially an open farm that has many different options with the end goal to have as much cash as possible making huge profits. As you would expect part of the journey to making your profits comes with its up and downs and various problems that you need to deal with. True to life vehicles and equipment from top name brands looks and feel great, lots of different animals together with various crops makes this farming simulation game true to life.

Learn how to produce milk, After that, upgrade and buy better machines in order to do work more efficiently. While the variety in vehicles and implements (46 items to be exact) keeps the experience fresh, players will rapidly blow through the farming shop catalog trying to ensure the cash flow is creeping up.

The graphics on the PS Vita look great and even for a farming simulator I was pretty impressed. For the person who loves these kinds of titles, or simply wants to “upgrade” their gameplay from many of the conventional social media farming titles this really is an ideal purchase.

The overall gameplay is great. Switching between machines and combing the fields is easy and responsive, and the in-game map shows were all the implements, crop selling points and silos are. The tutorials easily allow you to become a true farmer in no time at all and easily understand what needs to be done throughout the game.

Overall, Farming Simulator 14 is as good as you want it to be. If you’re into the series and don’t mind the smaller selection tools and options, then you’ll enjoy this game. If you’re a newcomer who’d like plenty of things to do and plenty of things to buy, then you might want to check out the PC and console versions instead.