Planet Zoo is another great game of Frontier Developments. The way it modernize the Tycoon genre, is really interesting and a most have to all the fans of this kind of games.
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Planet Zoo is an excellent zoo management sim with an impressive campaign and terrific graphics.
Despite the odd issue, Planet Zoo is easily the best modern zoo management title available today.
An amazing portrayal of real-life zookeepers at work, with all their dedication and accomplishments on full display for all to see.
In the end, I had a blast playing through Planet Zoo. Sure there were a few hiccups once a while with some minor glitches and some features that I feel need improving. But the amount of creativity you can achieve, the fun and varied game modes, stunning visuals and appeal, and more. It’s so hard to let these minor flaws affect my experience. If you’re looking to get into these types of simulation/management games, then Planet Zoo is the best way to start. And if someone who loves these types of games like Zoo Tycoon and Tropico like I do. Then I promise you will have a great time!
Another strong (yet stressful) management sim from Frontier Developments.
Planet Zoo is a wildly satisfying park-builder with a menagerie of lovely looking animals.
Planet Zoo is a complex, deep simulation game with too much to give, if you can get past the minimalist tutorials.
Planet Zoo has a lot of ambition and depth, but it often comes at too high a cost
Despite these issues, I couldn’t help but love Planet Zoo for what it is: a game about trying to make the world a little better, by making sure some animals are well looked after. From its story beats about protecting animal welfare in the case of evil capitalists trying to drive profits, to the first time I was able to release a set of endangered pygmy hippos back into the wild, I felt like all my stress was working toward something.