Wall $treet Trader 2000 (Windows)

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Category Description User Score
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Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 2.0
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Overall User Score (2 votes) 2.4

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Power Unlimited (Jan, 1999)
Een vrij steriele maar originele game die je een aardig inzicht geeft in het marktmechanisme en de wereld die aandelenbeurs heet. Ik vond het zelf een erg droog spel, maar het is natuurlijk een stuk veiliger dan echt naar de beurs te gaan. Als je nu een paar miljoentjes verliest, hoef je niet van elf hoog naar beneden te springen.
GameSpot (Jan 21, 2000)
Success in Wall Street Trader 2000 demands extreme day-trader tactics. In addition to watching the news, you must sit on the real-time graph of price movement and wait for an equity to crest or bottom out to make quick buy-and-sell moves. While doing so is unnecessarily frustrating and certainly needs a better explanation, it speaks to the designers' attention to gameplay. Wall Street Trader 2000 is less a Wall Street simulator than it is a financial fantasy. Winners in the game's fantasy world don't play like Louis Rukeyser, they play like Gordon Gekko. Greed is Good.