Anyone still doubting Planet Coaster’s almost limitless sandbox possibilities, look at this Tron ride and remember it was 100% made by a fan.
Planet Coaster developer Frontier Developments is suing Atari over alleged millions in unpaid royalties from 2004's RollerCoaster Tycoon 3, TMZ reports.
Planet Coaster, a very good video game, just got a lot better thanks to a big “Winter Update” that’s both a patch and a upgrade, adding new stuff for your parks.
In the real world, Joey Designs works as an architect. In Planet Coaster, though, he’s busy recreating some of the world’s biggest/best actual roller coasters for anyone who wants to use them in their park.
Firewatch was a slow-paced, contemplative indie hit about people. So of course, somebody decided to turn it into a roller coaster.
Planet Coaster is a game that’s at its strongest when you’re building stuff. And unless you’re very talented, the stuff you build probably won’t be as cool as this stuff.
Contrary to how most people play RollerCoaster Tycoon, crashes aren’t my first preference. Too much indiscriminate death and destruction. I like to mete out my fury in teaspoons, slipped to my guests one by one. Individual tragedy lets you enjoy the subtleties of suffering, and forces your subject to wonder what they…
Having a bad day? Week? Year? Planet Coaster is here to help.
Planet Coaster, aka Rollercoaster Tycoon for the modern day, looks very promising. It’s out on PC on November 17.