How long have you yearned to conduct a train, drive a big rig in Europe, or build an inescapable prison with which to house the nation's worst offenders? Ages, we'd wager. Since the dawn of time, the urge to head up crucial occupations has plagued mankind. Don't believe us? Next time you're walking the streets, stop a young child and ask what his or her ideal career would be. "To manage a dinosaur park," the kid will likely say; or, "to own and administrate a pro cycling team, handling recruitment, contracts, equipment, finances, competition registration, and other facets of the business."
For those of us who lack the skills to obtain such prominent roles, however, simulation games are the sole means by which we can experience these if-only scenarios. Thanks to video games, you can become a master of agriculture, a builder of cities, and even a legendary surgeon. But there are some occupations that are outside the reach of the virtual realm. That's why the following jobs (though seemingly mundane) need to be translated into simulation games right away.