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Submitted by s8anicslayer 811d ago | review

Zoo Tycoon review – animal attraction | Metro

It’s not hard to see why the Xbox One hype train has largely ignored Zoo Tycoon, to focus on other more bombastic games. It’s not just because it’s obviously aimed at kids and families, but because trying to play a complex business simulator is not the sort of thing preview events like E3 are made for. (Xbox One, Zoo Tycoon) 6/10

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