Thrillville: Off the Rails Review 7.9 (IGN)

Thrillville: Off the Rails is a theme park manager, rollercoaster builder and mini-game collection all wound together into a fun little package. Developed by Frontier Developments and produced by LucasArts, this sequel manages to do a whole lot of things quite well, but sports a few faults that keep it from being the truly impressive title it could have been

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G_CodeMonkey4047d ago

I have four kids, ages 5, 7, 10 and 13-- they argue over who gets to use it. It has a ton of minigames and you can build race tracks, coasters, and log rides. You can get fairly deep, setting the prices for all the things to do and even changing colors/etc. on the attractions. For $50, one of the few things that we all play on the 360. If you have kids (or even if you don't), its a strong rental that you may just end up purchasing. gCM