Computer Gaming World (CGW)
There are some weird things about the economic model, such as debt-free companies with positive, increasing earnings trading below book value, but if you know what that means, you most likely already do this sort of stuff at work. Which, in the end, is the biggest problem with the game. While the gameplay is quite deep and the level of detail makes a wide range of strategies possible, in the end it’s essentially about selling shirts. For those who use computer games to escape from real lives of corporate finance, this isn’t a very good trade-off. If you’re simply a fan of strategy in any form, though, Capitalism II will keep you watching your debt ratios. Maybe you’ll eventually need to find an escape from gaming and take a job as a CEO.