I’m Kinglink and it’s sort of the first week of March which means it’s time for the Humble Choice March 2023 Review.
I’ve played all eight games on stream for an hour a piece, did a little research and now am here to tell you how they are, how they play, and who might enjoy them. I do want to remind people I’m looking at these games in a 12-dollar bundle, so this is more intended to see if they are worthy if they’re on sale.
Hello, I am Kinglink, and welcome to the Humble Choice May 2020 review.
You know last month’s games must have been pretty good, I barely left the house in April. In all seriousness, I did put in a ton of time into Hitman, so I’m excited to see if there’s another winner this month.
For new viewers, I play each game for 1 hour, give my opinions, rank the best and worst, and talk about the bundle as a whole. I am also using chapters so if you don’t want to hear about a specific game, check the timeline and the next game’s chapter should be marked. We do have 15 games to talk about, including the surprise of last month, so let’s get to it with a roar.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and today we’re going to talk about How Planet Zoo Works.
Planet Zoo is another game from Frontier Developments, the same company that previously released Planet Coaster and Jurassic World Evolution. In Planet Zoo you own and operate zoos and try to achieve certain goals. There’s a variety of modes including a storyline following a couple of characters, a franchise mode that allows you to go online with your zoo and more.