Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes: When it comes to large, historic franchises, RollerCoaster Tycoon is definitely on the list of most prestigious for a number of reasons. Even though the park sim idea has run it’s course, it is still fun crafting crazy coasters while keeping that income flowing in. Recently, N-Space and Atari partnered up to deliver the hit franchise to the 3DS. Yeah, with a touchscreen in tow along with the 3D visuals, you would think that this would be a recipe for easy success. Sadly, this Tycoon offering comes up a few rides short compared to it’s much older and more polished predecessors.