Two Point Hospital: Bigfoot

Sega, Two Point Studios
Dec 5, 2018 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Two Point Hospital: Bigfoot

This DLC comes at the right time for Two Point Hospital, if you've already played it in all directions and if you have three stars on all your hospitals. You must be aware that it is primarily for those who already likes the title of Two Point Studios. Those will not discover major novelties, but a graphic adaptation that sticks to the winter season with the Bigfoot and thirty specific diseases with their new treatments. The three new hospitals to manage (it's a little light) require an adaptation that is not so different from the basic principles. The developers could have been more daring to change the gamers habits a little bit more. In return, we always find the good taste of English humor. "Bigfoot" will not have enough content to keep us going all winter long. We can already count on the next DLC of spring or summer to take us to the beach.

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Both expansions add new challenges and illnesses to keep fans of Two Point Hospital going for a good while yet. Of the two, Pebberley Island brings in some unique hooks and the last level horde mode of that expansion is quite the test of our management skills.

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More illnesses, visual variety and challenge are the doctor's orders and Two Point Hospital: Bigfoot dishes out exactly that. An appealing low price and a solid package of content are sure to please fans of the core game.

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Red Kite Studios has done a splendid job mapping out the controls for the PS4 version of Two Point Hospital. I expected to feel my control over the situation limited, but those fears were groundless as the clever control scheme didn’t leave me feeling encumbered or hampered.

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