Excerpt: The Nintendo DS certainly has freed developers to look upon the hand held video game market in brand new, fresh, and innovative ways. Theme Park is from the Sims line up on the Personal Computer.
Summary: To all Sim Theme Park fans out there…go try Theme Park DS. It’s fun and will bring back some nostalgia factor to the fun. It’s not exactly the same game but it’s very closely related. Don’t expect Roller Coaster Tycoon or its iterations.
Excerpt: Theme Park has been around for the majority of my games playing life, and it's appeared on numerous platforms over the years. None of these ports felt as good as the PC original though, with the good old mouse being key to the game's simple but addictive gameplay.
Excerpt: Game: Theme Park Platform: PC Year Released: 1994 Alas, a PC game graces Throwback Thursday! Actually, I did a lot of computer gaming as a child, and Theme Park was always one of my favorites.
Summary: EA's NDS exclusive Theme Park allows players to create, manage, and develop their own fun-filled park, packed with amazing rides, enticing shops and engaging sideshows, all via an intuitive Touch Screen interface.
Conclusion: It may sound like I can’t stand Theme Park on the DS but I don’t. Even though the game has its fair share of problem it is still a solid amusement park simulator on Nintendo’s portable system, mainly since it is the only one available.