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Zoo Tycoon 2 DS

Zoo Tycoon 2 DS (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Simulation (Tycoon)
Developers: Altron, Blue Fang Games
AKA: Zoo Tycoon 2 (JP)

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Zoo Tycoon 2 DS review

Reviewed February 14, 2008

Jason Venter says: "It's easy to get sidetracked, since there's so much to do. For example, you might be asked to build cages for animals that all come from Africa. Of course, some of those critters can be pretty expensive, so you have to build up revenue by first showing less costly beasts to your happy patrons. Then along the way, you might start going overboard with the placement of vending booths and benches. Suddenly, a year has gone by and you haven't made any progress on those primary objectives. Disaster looms."
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