Its really good because you can talk to all the customers and train staff on it . Its also very good beacause you can move around and make a person and also pick how you dress it. And finally you can mainly create a theme park and injoy the view of the ride (go on the ride as in try it out to make sure its safe)
I would say great game to buy and great for the whole family! :)
I don't know about you, but I always find this type of game really bad, but addictive. This is no different. It's the sort of game you pretend you hate, but inside you quite like it. Definately for ages 8-15. It's all been done before, and personally, I think it's worth no more than about £20
Well, not so much of a thrill more a burp that fizzes up your nose. Not everyones cup of tea but that is the same about realtime strategy games. I think they are crap. No way to interact, this is where Thrillville turns that around. Not only can you design your own coasters but ride them aswell. Fair enough it isn't majorly realistic but you can add to that by having a fan blow in your face, putting your arms in the air and screaming whilst your partner vomits into your lap. The mini games aren't anything special but if you have kids it is a godsend when you're fed up of Scooby Doo. The major downside to this was the lack of an online community. I would like to walk around another park and play mini games with other gamers. Sadly not the case, you can however peruse their coasters if they have loaded them up online. Still, the price is not that bad considering all PS3 titles require a small mortgage. Family fun all over.
When i brought this game i thought it was just a theme park world rip off. Its so much more, you can free roam around your own theme park. the soundtrack includes natasha bedingfield and lilly allen on an exclusive radio just for your themepark.
mini games that will keep you hooked for hours, and a very sims-ish game play. the only let down on this game are the limits in where you can and cannot build. though, this is quickly overcome by the talking to customers, where you can tease challenge and chat them up till your blue in the face.