There's much wrong with this game, elaborated above. The system is dead-set on hindering you through an truly endless level grind. The administrators are constantly trying to balance the countless races and classes, but the success of these attempts is superficial at best. The economy is completely unstable, and the people at the top can make damn sure you stay at the bottom. On top of it all, you're thrown into the mix without a word of explanation. Regardless, Real Life's gameplay is unbeatable. Every attempt at making sandbox gameplay is nothing more than an unworthy imitation. There are millions of players and billions of NPC's, all of them living their own intricate, randomized lives. It features more explosions, guitar solos, breasts, monkeys, sword-fighting, badass cars, and Crowning Moments of Awesome than any other game, franchise, or series anywhere, ever (all of it interactive). Best of all, the minigames are truly epic. For all the complaining of the game being unwinnable, there are no time limits, no required objectives, and infinite character options. Every archetype and objective ever imagined is incorporated into the mechanic, which has been perfected since before mankind existed. Messages can be sent the the developer's inbox at any time. The graphics leave nothing to be desired (and can be hacked for amusing results). The interface is more immersive than any other system, ever, and that too can be hacked for amusing results. Just keep your head above water, and stay out of trouble, and Real Life is a blast.
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