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  1. So this game might be considered relevant. Note: It is a kickstarter, so there are no guarantees or assurances with this one. I'm not familiar with anyone on the development team, either, but it does look somewhat promising even in an early form. [youtu_be] [/youtu_be] SOURCE: themeparkitect.com
  2. Unfortunately, despite Apples growth, for some reason PC generally just refers to Windows these days. The terms PC and Mac are so outdated now. Especially because, on a fundamental hardware level, they are all PC's now. They really should just start specifying this stuff by OS platform now (Windows, OSX, Linux, etc.) Oh well, there's always bootcamp.
  3. Ever checked out the App Store? I would never... Pandas are endangered. I think someone would be lying if they said they never crashed coasters on purpose in RCT, but this is probably the first game I've seen where killing people by coaster seems to be the goal. I'm curious to know what kind of government the future of ScreamRide had.
  4. That looks like a lot of fun. Love the theme. Not to get too far ahead of myself, but just imagine the Halloween possibilities of this ride.
  5. Did you ever stop to think that maybe, after creating YEARS of the same game, the developer wanted to do something different with the genre? I can tell you as someone who was part of the original Call of Duty team that there were a lot of us that were pretty sick of 1st person WWII shooters by the time #3 came along and quite a few of us were doing it "for the paycheck." I'm kind of happy to see Frontier (whom I know quite a few of those guys personally) doing something radically different, but still roller coasters, that looks like a lot of fun! Stop being so reasonable. I'm trying to be selfish here. Now you had to go and get me empathizing with the developers. I've never played a Call of Duty game (not much of an fps fan), but I can surely understand frustration behind working on something you're no longer passionate about "for the paycheck." It's been so long since a really good theme park management sim came out, and that's just an itch of mine that really needs scratching. With every new game theme park-related game announcement, I let myself get my hopes up too high. As I said, I'm probably at fault for wanting it to be something that it's not, but I can't help it. This could be fun, but if I have to use Kinect to build Roller Coasters, I'm out. Edited to fix spelling and grammar.
  6. I'm curious as to how this cooperative management of one massive theme park will work. Could be interesting. Not anticipating much more than each player getting a "quadrant" of the park. Hmmm, we'll see, I guess. Apparently it has a different developer than the mobile game. The title change also indicates that they're trying to possibly distance themselves from it. Not going to get my hopes up yet, though...
  7. My big disappointment is that this does not appear to be a sim or tycoon style game especially considering the developer. Maybe I'm at fault for wanting this to be something it's not, but it had been quite some time since we've one of those (at least a good one). Don't get me wrong, I like games that have building coasters as a goal, but there are so many of those currently. I'm going to call this what (I think) it is likely to be: an "extreme" version of Coaster Crazy where the goals are also more "extreme." Which is not to say necessarily bad, but more that it is not what I wish it to be. Yeah, I'm being petulant. Heck, who am I kidding, I'm sure I'll end up buying it. Unless it ends up being an Xbox One Exclusive.
  8. ^You're probably right. To be fair this is not actually being developed by Microsoft, but Frontier (the studio behind RCT3 and Thrillville). This, however, does look destined to disappoint. Why is everyone so afraid to do a proper theme park management sim these days?
  9. Not sure what to make of this one...looks strange. I'm not sure what they're going for. Are you supposed to build rides that kill people?
  10. I remember when these guys first came to Ft. Worth last year and held a big fireworks show. I'm rather skeptical. Also, I could've sworn the guy announced a $2 billion dollar theme park last year, as well as a theme park in South Africa and Asia.
  11. I could've sworn I've seen this story before, but now it says August. Contour's Chris Brown is tenacious, if nothing else. So, what are the odds that this investor trip will actually happen this time? SOURCE:http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/cleveland/news/earthquest-looks-forward-to-potential-capital-infusion/article_a6311cf0-035b-57e0-b8d5-f0b94379d3ad.html
  12. From the Adventure Pointe website: Hmmm... a dark ride about pirates. I can't figure out why but that just seems a bit... familiar.
  13. The developer is saying that they have a committed lead investor. They have yet to close on the land. Last time, they even had land and nothing happened. I remain skeptical, too. This has been a rather long debacle. Though, I do believe that Contour at least seems interested in building a park unlike Don Holbrook. We'll see.
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