Thrillville review

  • Wide variety of activities
  • Playful, cheerful tone
  • New twists to park managing
  • Average gameplay activities
  • Silly chats with patrons
  • Some minis are just bad

There's no question that Thrillville offers a metric ton of activities for you to engage in. The sheer variety is unheard of for this genre (on a console anyway), and it all works. That said, little of it is outstanding, and while all the pieces are in place, there isn't a single aspect of this game that will blow you away. It can be fun at times, but mostly, it's just kind of there, lacking that extra spark of polish and inspiration that would make it a must-play. We'd rent first unless you're really into this genre, but if you're looking for a single game that offers a ton of variety, this is a good choice.

More Info

Release date: Nov 14 2006 - PS2, PSP, Xbox (US)
Nov 24 2006 - PS2, PSP
Nov 14 2006 - Xbox (UK)
Available Platforms: PS2, PSP, Xbox
Genre: Family
Published by: LucasArts
Developed by: Frontier Developments
ESRB Rating:
Everyone 10+: Fantasy Violence, Mild Lyrics, Mild Suggestive Themes
PEGI Rating:


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