Discussion in 'Box Office' started by IanB, 12th Aug 2014.
As long as it allows people to make custom content for it, then I'll be happy.
I've got to admit that looks more promising. Sort of like RCT3 in a up to date engine, which is what was needed.
This has reassured me greatly!
I'm liking the sounds of it so far. Sure it still looks 'cartoony', but I've always liked RCT having that kind of look, it's not meant to be a realistic game like No Limits. Sounds like the developers are putting some love and care into the game. Now it being custom content friendly will make or break the game.
This comment on that web page made me laugh mind!
The pictures for anyone that is too lazy to click the link
Quite a few articles cropping up now, all of which seem to be consistent in saying the game looks promising and certainly overrides some of the negative niggles in the past of the franchise. Here's an article from GameInformer.
Yeah, cos that's why we play RCT... to see those dumbarse guests **** their pants. I WANNA BUILD COASTERS YOU BLEEPTARDS!
Then get NoLimts2...?
Personally I love little things like this in RCT : D
Funnily enough, it mentions you can do that as well in the article! It's as if they've attached roller coaster building onto a pant wetting simulator
Just a little something else I found a moment ago. Nothing we didn't know, but I'm confused by the mention of only 4 themes?!
True question is, do we get Mr Bones scenery?
Well seeing as they put it in RCT4 for mobile, I damn well hope so.
Everything I hear about this makes it sound worse.
I'm going to presume that there will be more than 4 themes, just as there will be more than the rides the author got to use. It's still in development remember so they only got a taste of what's to come.
Guys chillax, The original release of RCT3 only had four themes (well 5 if you include generic) but sure enough expansions came along. Atari had been in trouble recently so its the question of where to spend the budget, and If definitely say the quality of quantity approach is the best way to go. Plus this game has to be playable for novices nd younger audiences who may never have played the series before as it has been 10 years since the last release!
Give it a chance diogo! Mind you thats a bit much to ask a Londoner isn't it?
To be fair, if custom content is supported do 4 themes really matter? For casual players 4 themes will be just fine.
A few pictures released lately
New concept art today looking good
Bit late but more concept art I hope there is more realistic carts available when released
Loving the Western themed concepts!! Really looking forward to this
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