Wel aardig spel, maar die besturing is echt verschrikkelijk… de een went er aan de andere niet… ik niet
RCT3 is best oké, maar voor m'n gevoel zitten de controls te veel tussen mij en het spel in als ik de consoleversie speel. Daardoor ben ik constant aan het nadenken hoe ik bepaalde handelingen doe en dan is het natuurlijk eenvoudiger om het met muis en toetsenbord te spelen. Misschien went het wel
RCT3 heeft mij nooit echt kunnen bekoren (zelfs op PC niet), dan vind ik 1 en 2 toch aanzienlijk leuker.
Hier was ik dus al bang voor Unfortunately, the Nintendo Switch port is so difficult to control that the joy of creating a park is almost nonexistent. The game is very obviously a PC port, which would be fine except the controls are so poorly adapted that it feels impossible to play efficiently on console. Additionally, the game feels dated, which I expected considering it’s just a remaster instead of a total remake. However, the gameplay is still so clunky and poorly adapted for console that I’m not sure newcomers to the series would fall in love with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 like I did in 2004. It doesn’t feel like an older game made available to modern audiences – it just feels like a chore. The game relies too heavily on holding down the trigger buttons. For example, to build shops or rollercoasters, you need to hold down the left trigger button and select options from a circular menu. However, as a simulation and management game, there are so many menus to dig through that it becomes increasingly difficult to navigate. The camera angles typically aren’t the best either, making the map a little tricky to figure out. Generally, it wasn’t an issue when placing pre-made stores or rollercoasters. However, when trying to build your own rollercoasters or implementing water rides, it’s hard to see exactly what you’re doing without spending a lot of time toying with all the controls. Overall, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 is a great game, but not on Nintendo Switch. The controls are too difficult and not well optimized for a console experience. The menus are hard to navigate and park customization is difficult to do using only buttons when it is so clearly meant for the finesse of a mouse and keyboard. My time with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Complete Edition on Nintendo Switch was incredibly disappointing – I was hoping for a great nostalgic trip to the early 2000s, but instead, I was met with bulky and burdensome gameplay that made an originally fun game tedious.
Hij heeft niet een al te beste review https://butwhythopodcast.com/2020/09/29/review-rollercoaster-tycoon-3-complete-edition-suffers-on-switch/