Completely awful compressed soundbites and quirky music might add to Goat Simulator's lo-fi charm, but there's no denying that it's more than a bit rubbish.
Dreadful, muddy textures and more glitches than a million Skyrims make Goat Simulator a constant source of hilarity. It's all intentional (at least I think it is), but again, it's rubbish.
Complete and utter madness, Goat Simulator is a simple game to pick up and play, meaning anyone can get something out of it. Your goat can't die, meaning you can throw it around to your heart's content, blowing it up, getting it run over, mangled by a combine harvester or whatever other sadistic thing you may have in mind.
Once you've found all of the secrets and completed the objectives, there's only so long you can frolic around Goat Sim's open-world before boredom starts to creep in. Nonetheless, if you can get past the intentional wonkiness of the whole thing, there's a solid few hours of entertainment here. It's funny as hell too.
A list that's focused primarily on uncovering all of Goat Simulator's secrets and diversions, this is almost perfect. Yet, it seems like something of a missed opportunity to not have more achievements on the list, given the scope and variety of silly activities you can perform.