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Zoo Tycoon (Xbox One)

Platform : Xbox One
49 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform: Xbox One
  • BBFC Rating: Universal, particularly children
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

Platform: Xbox One
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  • ASIN: B00D781XQM
  • Release Date: 22 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,574 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Xbox One

Zoo Tycoon is fully remastered and set to crank up the excitement, challenge, and fun of building the ultimate zoo.

Easy to start and easy to play, Zoo Tycoon on Xbox gets you up close and interacting with the animals and zoo, offering intuitive controls and fun tutorials that allow players of all ages to have fun. Play smart as animals and guests will react to your creative choices and ultimately decide your chances to become a Zoo Tycoon.

Key Features

  • Tons of beautiful species, reactive gameplay and real calendar tie-in
  • Perform intuitive face to face interactions with your animals. Adopt, care, and release animals into the wild.
  • Design, build and manage your zoo. Keeping your animals happy will keep your guests happy, and happy guests means more money flowing into your zoo
  • With up to 4 friends joining in on the fun online, together you can all take part in the creation and management of your zoo.
  • Trade your favourite animals with friends, share your favourite Zoo moments and participate in multiplayer challenges and community events.

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Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harry Doe on 12 Jun. 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox One Verified Purchase
Graphics fantastic, but there could of been more added to make the game better, e.g more animals. The thing I didn't like is that I had a small zoo but reached the limit on what I could have which was really disappointing.
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Bought this for my son, he's not that interested and rarely plays it but I love it :-)
You can build a zoo playing in campaign,, challenge or freeform mode. My favourite has been the challenge so far, I get to build away at my zoo and do challenges here and there as they pop up ( a magazine wants a photo of your Indian elephant, release a level 15 animal into the wild etc ) , as opposed to the campaign mode where there are time limits on the zoo and not as much freedom whereas I thought the freeform mode was a bit boring because there was too Much freedom, everything unlocks as you level up, you don't have to bother researching anything. I thought the animals were very well done , quite lifelike, and enjoyed the interactions you can put in their exhibits for feeding them , hosing them and playing with them. I just thought there could be a lot more animals. How many species of giraffe or antelope does one zoo need? One or two would have been enough then we could have had some penguins, crocodiles, koalas, pandas and sea lions. Sometimes when playing I get the message " ZOO LIMIT REACHED" and can't build any more, at which point I have to start releasing my high level animals and selling some concessions. Really enjoy this game
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Namira on 2 Dec. 2013
Platform for Display: Xbox One
I bought this game hoping the relive my childhood, knowing full well that's only ever a disappointment. This game only gets a 3/5 from me, but that could go up if the dlc proves any good.
The biggest let down is just how minimal you're zoos are allowed to be. In freeform mode you're given infinite money, so it's incredibly frustrating that your zoo can only get so big before you receive a message stating that you've reached the zoo limit. I wondered why we were given so few animals to play with, but now I see it would be utterly pointless to have any more. On that note, they're somewhat exaggerated their animal numbers; I mean for instance we have 13 subspecies of bear; does anyone need 13 subspecies of bear (ludicrously not including the giant panda!)? Or 9 subspecies of giraffe? It's interesting to learn about the various subspecies, but I'm sure we'd rather have had some wolves, big cats besides lions and tigers, camels, kangaroos etc. The lack of space can also make it very difficult to progress in the challenges.
The colour variants is a great add on, but you'll rarely see them given how difficult it is to breed animals in this game, even when fully researched and with assigned breeding experts.
So yeah, absolutely stunning, but absolutely a let down on its own... let's hope future dlc will rescue this game, but it's unlikely unless we're given more space to build on. All playing this has made me do is dig out zoo tycoon 2, I suggest you do the same until we hear word of expansions.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vga Mossing on 18 Sept. 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox One Verified Purchase
Good game. Sadly, you can't build a big zoo. Big dissapointment!!!
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Platform for Display: Xbox One
Amazing graphics and interaction using the kinect. I like the idea that you use the controller for most of the game (ie building the zoo and adopting the animals) and then you can use the kinect to interact with most of the animals. You can hand feed the Giraffes, Elephants etc, wash the Hippos, Rinos etc and interact with the Chimps, Lions etc using you face and body movements. Whatever you do they copy, such as winking, smiling, blinking, stretching etc. Me and my 2 sons (aged 9 and 12) love this game. If you liked the old PC game, Theme Park, you would love this.
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By iZian on 3 Jan. 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox One
So my partner got this the other day and I thought it looks like a great game. Purchased from Tesco as cheaper and Amazon had no stock. Shame but oh well.
We were playing it for a while and we loved setting up a Zoo. She is a great lover of all things Animal.

So the graphics are fantastic and the simplicity of the game makes it easy to get into from an entry level gamer.

Now we were having great fun; and I was half way through writing a 4 or 5 star review and then "it happened".
What happened? We reached an arbitrary limit called the Zoo Limit. Having covered about a quarter to a third of the available build space at most; we hit a limit that stops us from even adding an enrichment to an existing exhibit.

This limit appears to be something I should have searched the internet for; and if you look at the reviews of the Xbox 360 version (2 star average at time of writing) you can see that when this game doesn't get the 5 star launch title reviews; people are more critical of its limitations.

I, regrettably, have to give this game 1 star as very soon it will be gathering dust. If they patch this mistake then I will re-review this game. Up until this limit the game was immensely fun and a beautiful title. Perfect for launch.

The limit appears to be the same as the Xbox 360 version which implies they are keeping it low to make money on later DLC or they have done this by mistake. Or there are bugs with the engine that can't handle any more agents.

I feel compelled to give this an overall rating of 1 star so that this limit is brought to people's attention. In some of the challenges this limit is bordering on game breaking as you have to work around it to complete the challenge.
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