Excerpt: City Trader brings the worlds stock markets to your computer screen. In a cartoonish simulation you are the manager of a trading firm. You have to hire, or maybe even fire, employees from PR assistants, analysts and stockbrokers.
Summary: While not the best game graphically by any stretch of the imagination, it is still a fairly interesting interpretation of the stock markets in UK, US, Japan. Recommended as a educational tool for any young person interested in seeing how the stock market systems works, but not a game youd want to...
Summary: Not a great game, but not a bad one either. Labelled as a simulation of the trading world, it disappoints. As a casual game to kill an hour or so, it works, but you'll not be able to practice any trading techniques on it.
Summary: If it's brilliant graphics, a fast-moving plot and entertaining gameplay you are after don't bother buying this! They didn't spend much time creating graphics and a decent plot for this sim game.
Summary: While this game is no as complex as Wall Street Raider (it has only 6 companies' stocks available for trade in every scenario compared to 1500+ in Wall Street Raider), it's the best game in its class.