Thrillville (PSP): ThrillVille - Build the perfect amusement park
24 January 2010
Summary: Thrillville is a variation on the tycoon games that have been released in the past and this game for the PSP is a great fun game to play. I have to admit that in the time I've been playing it I've always been interested and not bored by the gameplay at all. There are so many different things you can do to keep you occupied. I played Thrillville on the PSP last year and there are a few things that are different from previous versions of the game.
Excerpt: "This is a game that you will thoroughly enjoy if you are into Strategy gaming. In this game you will get to decide what rides you put where, and you even get to dsign you're own rollercoasters! Some of the particular details first of all; the graphics are godd but the music repeats itself and you will learn to hate the song very, very quickly! You will start off with having to design your avatar or character, and then you will go through a mini ...
Pros: You get to design your own rollercoasters from scartch .
Cons: You can only design three / four per theme park .
Summary: I picked up Thrillville after loving Rollercoaster Tycoon on the PC and I had been looking for something similar ever since. The game is very similar but it isn't as good. You can't build things where you want and the soundtrack is useless. The graphics are very good and superb, one of the best features of the game. The game has a rubbish soundtrack and the game crashes all the time. The game has a lot of slowdown but this doesn't ruin the game.
Excerpt: "...multiplayer (or Party Mode, as Thrillville names it) via WiFi. The challenges are fairly easy, but do bare in mind it is AI, so the difficulty may increase as your skills in playing that game increases. Whether it may be a classic arcade world war plane fighting, Snow Bros. style playing or shooting robots in the Wild West, you are left with hell of a lot of variety of games that's sure to keep you entertained. Guest: They are the most important ...
Pros: Variety of games and sim management tasks - keeps you on your feet
Cons: Certain controls may be awkward to start with