30 July, 2012
On the cover of John Deere: North American Farmer, the father and son stare off into the distance, trying to think of a worse thing than a game where you pretend to be a farmer. They think, and stare, and think, and the sun begins to set, painting the rural sky in brilliant shades of purple.
Finally, the son speaks up. “There may be no worse game, dad,” he says, “but we can wait until it goes out of print and try to sell used copies for $150.”