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Theme Park: Roller Coaster
9 February 2001
Excerpt: In Fall of 1999, Electronic Arts decided to deviate from their normal brand of sports games and high-octane action titles. They decided to set their mark in the world of simulations by introducing Sim Theme Park to the world. The game would arrive on both the PlayStation and PC platforms, and would do overly well when it came to gameplay and style. On a whole, Sim Theme Park offered a style much more positive than that of Rollercoaster Tycoon; a fan favorite.
Excerpt: Theme Park Roller Coaster is an update of last year's popular PC simulation, Sim Theme Park. In the game, you manage several different theme parks, from staff, to ride research and development, all the way down to the bottom line - keeping your financials in order. The result is a slow-paced but rewarding simulation that borders on relaxing. The world of Theme Park Roller Coaster revolves around gold tickets.
Excerpt: While not stellar, the graphics in Theme Park Roller Coaster certainly get the job done. It runs at a solid clip, only lagging when there are a whole lot of things happening on the screen at the same time. The graphics are clean and cartoony, in a unique style that is solely Theme Park Roller Coaster . Along with the overhead viewpoint, you can press a button and actually walk around the theme parks that you build.
Excerpt: The PCs are really known for their sim games such as Airport Tycoon, Railroad Tycoon, Roller Coaster Tycoon, Sim City 3000, Sim Theme Park, Theme Park Roller Coaster and many, many more. All of these sim games have sold remarkably well, and were all incredibly enjoyable, none of the games had any faltering qualities to them and that was the reason to their success stories.