Pounding harmless passers-by with stun guns because they are suspicious of their own business? This is definitely not an act that you learn in the police school. YouTuber Josh from the channel Let’s Game it Out stays true to his motto and plays Police Simula tor: Patrol Officers completely wrong.
To entertain his now almost 3.3 million subscribers: In a new video, Josh starts work in the city of Blighton, but instead of “protecting and serving”, the player prefers to abuse inexperienced citizens and plunges the city into chaos with a column of tow trucks called out. Game physics is also reaching its admittedly rather narrow limits.
Here you can see the video:
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Dangerous job – also for the NPCs
The whole chaos in the virtual city comes at a high price, because the YouTuber has to realize that even police officers are not invincible. He’ll find out by just running blind into the traffic and is captured directly by a car. That’s it for now, shift over.
But the broken game player doesn’t give up that easily and starts a new attempt to hunt down parking offenders and polluters. What begins as a step on the right path becomes through the any use of his stun gun but quickly to complete insanity.
Typical: Through the excessive use of certain game mechanics, the policeman drives the gameplay into a ridiculous way. Josh wants to find out if you can any number of parking tickets
In addition, the YouTuber is surprised when a slowly turning AI car hits its patrol car like a medium-sized asteroid. Realistic physics works differently, but that wouldn’t be as entertaining either.
You can tell where this is going. As usual, Josh’s humorous comments turn the video into a thoroughly entertaining show.
Incidentally, we took a close look at Police Simulator: Patrol Officers in the early access test and found the best police simulation to date. The genre is not necessarily saturated with hits either.
Broken many other games
Let’s Game it Out has been dealt with here several times. For example, the YouTuber plays building games wrong and locks the whole neighborhood in The Sims in his house. Or he tricked the physics in Satisfactory to build a gigantic human cannon out of transport tubes.
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