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Transport Tycoon is extremely rewarding if you’re prepared to put in the hours getting to grips with the menu driven interface. Is this type of simulation what PlayStation owners crave? Perhaps not, but it is certainly a welcome alternative to a shoot-’em-up or driving game and provides a level of gameplay and longevity rarely seen on a console.
I must first say that I loved Sim City on the PSX and was eagerly awaiting the arrival of this transportation sim from Microprose. However, Transport Tycoon left me feeling a little bored at my demotion to a mere transport manager, after sampling the delights and pressures involved with running every aspect of a bustling metropolis. Not enough variation in gameplay.