Let’s face it – it’s likely that you dreamed of becoming a locomotive or truck driver when you was a child – there is a certain degree of peculiar charm in this truly masculine work. And what do you have in reality now? Most of us have a tedious work in a stuffy office. That’s why these game series are so popular.
Your task in the future (2042) California is simple – drive an 18-wheeler between around 30 small and big cities including photorealistic parts of San-Diego, Los-Angeles and San-Francisco and deliver various cargo loads. Safer and quicker delivery means better future offers. There are also many NPCs you can interact with, each one with a different behavior.
Graphics are up-to-date: glare effect on vehicles (up to 50 different types of them in the game), a load of various weather conditions, detailed cockpit view, but the picture is good, not spectacular. This is understandable – the world is seamless and your travel won’t be interrupted by a ‘Loading’ message unless you do load a saved game.
In RignRoll you can have everything to feel you are a real hauler. It can be recommended to all fans of two previous titles and to anyone who missed them.