[PlayStation 4] Gas Station Simulator Review

by EdEN, Owner

Gas Station Simulator from DRAGO Entertainment and MD Games will put you in charge of fixing up a gas station that has seen better days. Check our Gas Station Simulator review!


Gas Station Simulator from DRAGO Entertainment and MD Games will put you in charge of fixing up a gas station that has seen better days. You’ll have to work hard to renovate, expand, and run the gas station, starting by throwing away all of the trash and the old stuff that is now useless. Out with the old and in with the new is how things should be so that you can clear some room for some new food shelves here, some fridges for beverages over there. Oh, and you should definitely buy some gas to take care of your customers!

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This gas station in the middle of nowhere is not going to run itself, so you’ll be working on getting it back into the best shape possible to take care of the needs of those that pass by the route. You’ll have to paint the gas station and make sure that it’s not vandalized. Your new business will start small, but as long as you work hard and persevere, you’ll witness how the gas station continues to grow and grow as you expand the range of services on offer. Maybe you can offer car repairs on top of the whole gas station side of things?


The game is played from a first-person perspective, as you walk with the left analog stick and look around with the right one, interacting with objects as needed as you take out the trash and remove all of the old stuff that has certainly seen better days. You will need to rush to the front of the gas station as soon as a client pulls up so that you can then dispatch as much gas as they’ve requested. You can boost this by pressing the L2 button so that you can take care of more things in less time. Just be careful that you don’t overdo it!

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You’ll get to learn all of the basics in the starting tutorial, during which you’ll take out the trash, call for the garbage truck to clean up the piles of things that are no longer of use, order enough fuel to be able to get your new business started, purchase new shelves to stock a variety of delicious items for your potential customers to enjoy as they pass through your humble establishment, and more.


If you’re looking for a new Platinum trophy for your collection, you’ll be happy to learn that Gas Station Simulator has a full trophy list. It’s a long one, with 64 Bronze trophies and a single Gold trophy! There are many objectives to complete for this run, such as serving 50 customers in the shop, fueling a car within 0.01L of the requested fuel, hitting a trash can with a score of over 25 and 50, completing a race in the RC car, fueling 10 and 50 cars, ordering fuel to be delivered to the gas station, scheduling the garbage truck to collect your trash, painting 10 and 25 objects, or cleaning 50 and 100 trash items, to name some examples. If you need some extra help, here’s a Gas Station Simulator Trophy Guide for you!

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If you’re a fan of sim-style games and have always wondered what it would be like to run your own gas station in the middle of nowhere, then Gas Station Simulator is going to tick all of the right boxes. As your little gas station grows and grows, you’ll need to hire staff to help you take care of things so that you can focus on managing other stuff, all while doing some trophy hunting on the side for what is a fun – but grindy – journey towards making a new Platinum trophy pop. Gas Station Simulator is out on PlayStation 4 with a $24.99 asking price.

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Disclaimer
This Gas Station Simulator review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by MD Games.

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