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I do enjoy the game, sometimes, but find it very frustrating as well. I also think that they put to much features in the game and it could sometimes be overwhelming. My question is, what do you think should have been left out of the RCT3 game?
I think there are too many roller coaster styles. I think they could have combined a few of the steel and inverted so there were less styles to choose from. Sometimes it's overwhelming to choose which type to build because you have so many options, though they are nearly the same.
From what I was told, it is a wonder that this program can even run on a home computer. Think about all the graphics that have to calculated and re-calculated every second as you move around the Park and changes angles. It's really quite amazing when you think about it. I am happy with what they did put in and would not want anything left out. I even add to what's already there with custom rides and scenery to keep it fresh.