Goat Simulator achievements
5,102
(2,375)

Goat Simulator

2.9 from 6563 votes

There are 85 Goat Simulator achievements (30 without DLC) worth 5,102 (2,375)

137,246 tracked gamers have this game, 13,833 have completed it (10.08%)

527
(180)
Add-on:

Waste of Space

1.7 from 249 votes

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6,017 tracked gamers have this dlc pack, 2,608 have completed it (43.34%)

There are 12 achievements worth 527 (180)

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nemesis646
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nemesis646
Posted on 31 March 17 at 07:54, Edited on 02 May 17 at 10:38
This dlc review has 3 positive votes and 0 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
I find myself in the minority when the topic of Goat Simulator usually comes up, in that I've defended its "So Bad It's Good" approach, where anything amusing is kept in as long as it does not affect the overall experience or make the game unplayable. The humour, gameplay and amusing array of bugs have usually been enough to keep me happy, both in the main game and in its expansions such as GoatZ, Payday or the MMO.

This DLC pack has, however, pushed it a bit for me. While the world is fun to explore, the testing facility puzzles provide a nice change of pace from the usual 'collect and destroy', the sci-fi references are sweet and the laughs are plentiful, the technical issues are really telling in this instalment. Framerate drops, while by no means exclusive to Waste of Space alone, are much more noticeable than in the vanilla game or prior DLC packs, to the point that at several points I felt performance was notably impacted and wondered if my Xbox was suffering from technical issues. The controls for the ship, while interesting, seem a little unusual, although this may have been the point all along, to the point that I felt slightly unwell trying to navigate through outer space.

As far as achievements go, most of the achievements are fairly easy to obtain, albeit slightly time-consuming in the ones for the ship and the testing facility. With enough time and patience, however, the Waste of Space DLC is an easy 180G to earn and can be easily accomplished within one or two hours.

Ultimately, while fun at times I would only really recommend this for people who are keen to earn 100% completion on Goat Simulator. As a standalone experience, this does not hold up as well compared to GoatMMO or GoatZ, and compared to their prior efforts it is sadly disappointing. I sincerely hope that if Coffee Stain Studios returns to Goat Simulator, we see a return to form.
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Lolo Keegan
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Lolo Keegan
Posted on 04 April 17 at 03:48, Edited on 08 April 17 at 00:54
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WASTE OF SPAAAAAAAAAAACE!

We find our hero GOAT crash landing on a space station that is obviously poking fun at the crowdfunding that has become normal today. After his crash, our goat is asked to help raise funds to build bigger and better things on the Space station. Be it by Attack people, completing side missions, or just causing chaos and destruction as we have come to know and love from this franchise.

Sci-Fi nerds rejoice! The almost endless amount of references to some of the most well known series (Star Wars, Dr. Who, etc) can be found all over this game and give you a few giggles on your way through the 180G this DLC pack provides.

While lacking a true "story" experience like GoatMMO / GoatZ, Waste of Space is a fun little add-on bringing with it it's own unique playable area and new vehicles. From Hoverbikes to Spaceships, your Goat can go into the great beyond (or at least till he hits the map limit)

A test chamber which pays homage to Portal, A spaceship that is more troublesome than a virgin taking off his first bra, and a beautiful view of the cosmos all welcome you in this installment of Goat Simulator.

Now, as with all Goat Simulator games, the sheer amount of technical glitches rival that of most Bethesda titles. Clipping into a wall or even underneath the map is not unheard of, and will sometimes irritate even the most patient of players.
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