About the Game:
Initial release date: November 22, 2013
Series: Zoo Tycoon
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Developer: Frontier Developments
Genre: Economic simulation
Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox 360
Zoo Tycoon Game Review:
Nine years after the release of the second Zoo Tycoon, the famous series of management returns in a radically different form on Xbox One. Taking elements from previous games and Kinectimals, this reboot should surprise the fans as much as it will appeal to children. Explanations.
From there, your task is simple: fill occasionally feeders, ensure that visitors have enough toilets, restaurants, decorations (spaces, water bodies, etc.) and shops and possibly fix the price of admission and do some advertising to attract the world. Some searches are also possible against a little time and money to unlock new animals and enclosures, reducing the maintenance cost of certain buildings such increase or advertising pressure. It is possible to further simplify the task a bit more leaving certain actions in the care of employees divided into 3 categories: trainers automatically fill the troughs, cleaning agents emptying the bins while the reproduction specialists increase the chances of having a baby in the pen that was assigned to them. It therefore remains to wait to unlock new species and enclosures, and possibly release some animals in nature and walk in the park. Some interactions are possible via Kinect to play with different boarders. Reach out and you can feed the elephants and giraffes, start points ahead and you run a lance to clean rhinos, and finally make faces and monkeys imitate to perfection (at least when Kinect does not do hers). The thing is certainly not necessary, but there still has what delight the little ones.
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