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79 (Jan 12, 2007)
Dass in Thrillville wirklich alle erfolgreichen - und sogar die meisten erfolglosen - Aktionen belohnt werden, macht fast schon süchtig nach dem Manager-Alltag. Und dass die Unterhaltungen mit Besuchern kaum über den Charme einer billigen Dating-Sim kommen, stört mich da kaum. Ich hätte allerdings viel darum gegeben, meinen eigenen Park im Endlosspiel von Grund auf selbst zu entwickeln. Und ein bisschen anspruchsvoller darf die Verwaltung in einem hoffentlich geplanten Nachfolger schon sein!
IGN (Oct 17, 2007)
Also keep in mind that the PSP version is probably the least polished among the versions that share content. While it still works and is a lot of fun, the differences are somewhat painful. If you're more interested in this game's party elements, pick it up for a different platform.
GameSpot (Nov 05, 2007)
You can spend hours building your park, or you can just play minigames; you can play alone, have someone play the role of advisor, or get a group of people together and play the minigames like a party game. It's how everything comes together that makes Thrillville: Off the Rails such a good overall experience and one that truly is "fun for the whole family."
70 (Dec 22, 2006)
Thrillville est un titre assez particulier car les possibilités de gestion y sont assez superficielles. Cependant, il se rattrape grâce à la possibilité de concevoir ses propres montagnes russes et par la vingtaine de mini-jeux très fun qu'il propose et qui sont jouables à plusieurs. Côté points faibles, on notera une certaine répétitivité dans les tâches à accomplir et les temps de chargement incessants. Le titre demeure cependant agréable à jouer et constitue une entrée en matière idéale pour les débutants désireux de s'initier aux jeux de gestion.
GameSpy (Oct 22, 2007)
No one ever said that games needed to be deep to be fun, though, and that's the case with Off the Rails. If you can put up with some repetition and the simplicity of the management system, you'll enjoy yourself. Most of the mini-games are quite a bit of fun, too, and they make for some good multiplayer sessions. So gather up the family and take a trip to Thrillville. It'll be cheaper than going to a real amusement park.
70 (Nov 29, 2007)
Thrillville: Off the Rails is a strange double edged sword of a game, as a collection of mini games it's probably the best on the PSP, so good in fact that the theme park management elements you're forced to keep an eye on actually become an irritation after a while. If it had abandoned the design and management side of things and just concentrated on being an interactive theme park we'd have been talking about a much higher score. As it is, much like the theme park employee who spends their working day looking forward to lunchtime so they can have some fun, Off the Rails is stuck being a boring management game set in a really enjoyable theme park.