Summary: While I enjoyed this game, it's quite different from the first RollerCoaster Tycoon. (Which we all know was a fantastic game.) The money system was kind of confusing to me, and I don't think the "maps" were that unique or different. To be honest, I would either pass on this RollerCoaster Tycoon and stick to the first one, or skip this one altogether and head for the third game in the series.
Summary: Purchased the digital download back in April (forgot to leave a review until today, while redownloading it after fixing my laptop.) Works perfectly for me on my 64bit Windows 7 Home edition OS (mentioning this because it seems there are a lot of reviews claiming it doesn't work on win7.) Great game, exactly how I remember it from when I was younger. Easy time waster.
Summary: The game downloaded fine, but when I went to click on the game's installation, it kept saying to insert the disc. Clearly there isn't one and this was an issue. I contacted Amazon and they directed me to Atari's website. I submitted a help ticket to them and they never answered me. Great customer service, right? Amazon's policy on downloads is that they don't give refunds once it's downloaded so I essentially wasted 10 bucks.
Summary: Ah, what an awesome game. My parents bought RCT1 when I was a kid. What an awesome, relaxed game. RCT2 brings back the same with some added features. And what a steal to get 2 expansion packs with it. I have Windows 8, and this works perfect for me. I needed to adjust the Compatibility Mode though.
Summary: The game has problems on the 64-bit version of Windows 7 to the point where you cannot play it (the most notable example being the inability to build rides). I played this on my old laptop and loved it, and it's a shame it doesn't work on the newer operating systems. Had the game worked, I would have rated it 5 stars.