Přidáno: 19. května
I've been playing RCT franchise on and off since it first came out when I was a child, mostly with a disk. Recently, I picked it back up with Steam. Clearly, my hours played don't truly represent how much I've been playing this game for the last decade or so.
A lot of reviews will be by people who do not have the patience and imagination to really get into it. There are a lot of complaints about the cartoonish graphics to RCT3. A lot of people see this and start just crashing the coasters a lot and then say "doesn't replay well," or try to do a little tinkering with the program files without really knowing how the game works and then say it's really buggy. Ignore these reviews, if you have patience it is probably the best Theme Park simulator out there, especially for those who haven't played theme park simulators very much before. It's obviously not built for the hardware that most gamers have today, so it can be a little buggy if you don't know what you're doing. But that's not the fault of the game, and with a tiny bit of tinkering and careful patience it runs excellently even on my Windows 8.1 64-bit OS, a SSD, and an Intel I-7 processor.
The best way to play the game is to get connected to the fantastic community that has been playing it for so long. The RCT3 community on Steam is, to say the least, not very good. The best place to see this game's real potential is to go to the following sites:http://rctgo.com/http://www.shyguysworld.com/
Much of the community is beginning to move on in the last year or so thanks to the anticipated release of RCTWorld later this year, and the much acclaimed Theme Park Studio. However, RCTWorld won't likely be as well-supported as RCT3 has been for the last decade and Theme Park Studio is not the best for beginners to the genre. Regardless of the competition, RCT3 is still a great use of your $20 if you're interested in getting into this genre.
The best way to play the game is to download the massive collection of third-party add-ons, typically called Custom Scenery (or CS). It can be overwhelming, but like similar old games with a community following (such as Sim City 4), CS is surprisingly well organized. For example:http://www.customscenerydepot.com/cslist/
In short, after a decade I still keep coming back to this game. It's definitely worth your money and time if you do your homework and learn the ins and outs of this game well.