I really enjoyed the game and gameplay – but ran into personal issues with the graphics.
The graphics are choppy, regardless of changing the in game settings, adjusting monitor and graphic card settings. I found myself a bit queasy while playing, which isn’t completely unusual for first person styled games. Unfortunately, I had to return the game because after 11 minutes I was extremely sick to my stomach. When you turn in game, even though you’ve stopped turning there’s a bit of lag, so the screen bounces a bit further and then back into position.
Minus my own, awful stomach – the story and mechanics itself were great. I think I’m just a rare being, where most first person games make me sick. I may consider purchasing this again if the graphics can be smoothed a bit more or if I can lower/dumb the graphics down even further.
So all your products come from Ikea your shower comes in peices you got to put together from scratch
Honestly Save the World is everything I expected it to be. The building, demoing, paining, and cleaning. If there was one thing I would suggest is make it so throwing away the cans and stuff don’t go by clicking on them but instead pick it up and put it in a garbage bin. Great game overall, I really love the ability to build your house as an extra thing. This game is very satisfying.
I am taking a small break from this nice game to write a review. Knowing the developers I kind of knew what to expect but… it is not what I expected. In a good way.
I just passed a few missions, you get to do things like taking out trash, painting walls, cleaning windows, repairing electrical sockets, installing radiators, sinks, appliances. Very interesting and if you are a man of the house it also can be relaxing in some fashion.
Cons of this game. Hard to tell now but as every simulator game I predict it will get repetitive. So should you buy it? Well you can just get it for free: stw fortnite free
I decided to write the review a bit early as I was completely blown off by the realism of one mission – Student house cleanup. I have seen student flats before and I have students living in the house opposite mine. I am now seriously thinking if they took inspiration there or not? I would not be surprised if they did.