Anyone else bought/playing this? Ever since I saw and tried the demo on Steam, I've been wanting to play the full game but was a bit apprehensive about paying full price for it in case the thrill was short-lived. Well, last week Steam had it on offer for 50% off so it less than £13 so I bought it. Believe it or not, I've been playing this more than anything else and have barely touched Resident Evil 6, a game I got at the same time as this. Now I'm not even interested in trucks or even simulations especially but this game is bizarrely addictive and I find myself wanting to come back to it for some unfathomable reason. Graphically the game is very pleasant maxed out with forced 4xMSAA/4xSGSSAA but not jaw-dropping and the audio does the job without being astounding either (the cabin sound is a bit lacking though unless you listen to music). So what makes this game so compelling then? For me, it's a relaxing game picking a job and then delivering goods to various locations in the UK and Europe. The game has a large selection of radio stations (plus you can add your own) and supports custom music too (just drop a shortcut to your Music Library to the game's music folder) that all make for a pleasant driving experience. It is surprisingly immersive, particularly with the night time and wet weather, and the game is structured in a way that allows for eventually owning your own truck, business and drivers with 'upgrades' allowing you to take on more profitable and even dangerous deliveries. I implore people to try out the demo because you may find the game oddly appealing like I did.