Rarely are we given the chance to see cutting edge design in a simulation game. Most games fall flat when put to test, whether it’s because of mechanical limits or immersion breaking errors. As such, any sense of realism is lost. Some games indulge in their mediocrity (such as the both beloved and maligned Goat Simulator) while others try to hide it with various results (such as the infamous Street Cleaning Simulator.) However, all of those fall to the wayside when put up against the simulationist glory that is Pool Edge. In fact, there are tons of reasons ahead why this game was “cutting edge!” (I’ll work on my humor in the future, I promise.)
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