Two Point Hospital
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Two Point Hospital revitalizes the business management genre with flair, character, and enthusiasm. Easily understandable tips and icons make it relatively stress-free to get a working urgent care center running smoothly, while the potential for deep optimization through tweaking building layout and making wise hiring and training decisions leave plenty to munch on for the micromanagement lovers among us. If we're on the verge of another classic genre renaissance, this is a great first foot forward.
Two Point Hospital makes no bones about returning to the foundations of Theme Hospital - and it makes plenty of improvements along the way.
Two Point Hospital is a brilliant management game, regardless of nostalgia.
Two Point Hospital has a terminal case of total brilliance.
A welcome return to health for the Theme Hospital concept, with a fine mix of engrossing strategy and sardonic humour.
Decking out each hospital with new equipment and bizarre décor is rewarding, but you have to go through those motions repeatedly
Two Point Hospital offers more than just nostalgia for classic management sims.
Two in-game currencies are at play. One is basic income, which can fluctuate wildly and must be managed with care. Ambitious expansion projects can take time to yield profits. Sloppy management of floorspace soon creates inefficiencies, or other problems. Another currency, called Kudosh, allows me to unlock new items. This gives me more options for resolving specific problems, such as inclement weather, local pandemics or aesthetic development.
It's a delightfully lighthearted game with a seriously impressive UI, retaining all the charm of Theme Hospital while adding a slew of improvements for a modern audience. Read more at https://www.gamerevolution.com/review/424281-two-point-hospital-review-killing-me-softly-with-his-incompetence#V41RbD80rb4Zfto4.99
Two Point Hospital Jumbo Edition is, in its core, the same hospital management sim that we played one year ago, that onlye adds 2 DLC and two item packs (and still miss some of the PC version content). A very solid and fun product, but we only can recommend it to anyone that doesn't have the first version.
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