Summary: Obviously the last person to review this game does not Understand what a (2) game is. This game is a good game. Sure it isn't rollar coaster tycoon and sure it doesn't compete with todays amazing video games but for many people its a classic! I personally grew up with this game and its a lot of fun! as for replaying it after you beat it well..I'd say you could just because you can design the park completely different the next time around.
Summary: I got this game in 2004. I also had the Theme Park game for the PS1. It's simple enough to learn how to construct rides and such for your theme park. The are eight different parks you can have. I made it up to the fourth park, which has a Halloween theme. You must make a profit, maintain your rides, clean the bath rooms, and add new features to make people want to return. Challenging but fun.
Summary: This is a fun game for those who are a little on the (anal)ytical side. Some younger gamers may be put off by the micromanagment involved, and managing the finacial/business side of your park's operations. (all you 8 yr old whiners stick to Spyro the Dragon) But for sim fans, (and even those who don't play a lot of sims like me)it's highly addictive.
Summary: This was one of my first games I got when I got my PS2. I got it because I liked the game Rollar Coaster Tycoon. When I started playing it,it was pretty fun. Lots of things to figure out, fun parks, cool ways to earn golden tickets. But after a while it got boring. It gets really hard to earn a golden ticket.
Summary: This, is a great game. It has awesome rides and shops that you can build and it even lets you test some of them out in a visitors point of view. You can set up ticket prices, hire and fire new staff, and much more. It's like you are really desinging a theme park. The only con is that it's very animated and nothing actually looks reall.
Summary: I tried this game at a friend's house.It is so much fun!She had to yank me out of her butterfly chair were I had planted it in front of the PS2! Anyone who dislikes this game was not meant to be an engineer, so just stick to your chess boards folks...
Summary: Build roller coasters, ride them, get them rated...straight-forward, family-friendly fun! The only way I could see a person being disappointed with this is if they had some mistaken expectation of what the game was. It's not action, it's not really role-playing, it's building theme parks and trying to make them profitable by having satisfied customers. It is difficult to get the best rating for a coaster, but I know I'll figure it out eventually.
Summary: I bought this game because it is the same thing as the computer version of Sim Theme Park. When I found out Sim Theme Park didn't work with Windows 2000, I HAD to get something to fill the void. So I found out about this, and I couldn't put it down! Here are my pro's and con's... Pro's: 1)You can build your own roller coasters! Kewl!
"Some Prankster has Left a Stink Bomb of f in the Park"
Shawn R Voos, Amazon
22 November 2001
Summary: The game is real addicting if you like to build and create things. I will warn everyone that the little man that delivers you messages gets real annoying after he has said a thousand times "Some prankster has left a stick bomb off in the Park, you better get a janitor over there to clean it up before the visitors get sick!" I only know this because he only said it a thousand times through out the game. Other then the message sender it's a really fun game.