Prison Tycoon 2: Maximum Security-From chaos comes order.
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Hosted since: December 15, 2006, 12:52 amDescription:From chaos comes order. The sentence has been passed, now you must bring order in a world of chaos.
Start with a small low security prison and build it into a maximum-security super-max. There's no escaping under your watchful eye because you're in charge of every detail. Are you tough enough to run the big house? Find out if you're the big boss or a big bust as you grow, and control, your prison compound. Create the walls and build the cells, selecting from seven of the toughest prison styles in the nation. Influence prisoner morale by creating prison industries, activities, quelling gang activity. From the guards to the cooks, hire the best to watch over your prisoners. Will you rule with an iron fist or exercise restraint? It's your prison, you be the judge. Arm your guards with weapons, tear gas and riot shields to keep the control.Gamer Comments:
"Waste of time" Kill it now... please just kill it now
"Waste of time" Broken, this game in one word! I know what your are thinking its cheap and sounds cool but trust me its broken.
"Broken" Great Potential Without The Effort continue
"Been there, done that" Good Idea, again.. Bad game
"Disastrous" The idea is cool and the first one was mildly fun. Don't expect much from this value box.Look at the review of this piece of shit game:Prison Tycoon 2: Maximum Security
Reviewed by Chris Dahlen September 25th, 2006
You’ve gotta wonder about the kind of person who wants to run a simulated prison—someone whose fantasy is to build fences and micromanage towers, spy on the inmates through ceiling-mounted cameras, and if things get ugly, slam the "LOCKDOWN" button and unleash the guard dogs. Where most games encourage players’ rebellious sides, the budget title Prison Tycoon 2 aims for the authoritarians: You get to build, manage, and in some scenarios, salvage a for-profit prison. Keep your charges in line, and they’ll work in your factories and make you a fortune. But if their anger builds up and they get out of hand, it’s time to break out the riot gear—and try to stem your lost profits. The law-and-order nuts might be drawn to this title, but everyone else will be baffled by the game’s lunkheaded controls, lack of manual, and unintentional humor: when liberals show up at your minimum-security prison to protest the "imminent executions," for instance, or your "celebrity prisoners" complain about the mess in the weight room. The inmates and guards squabble constantly, and dealing with them is about as much fun as supervising a chicken coop. But peace is worse: You have to while away the days watching the inmates loll around and pace through their routines, and dreaming of the day you can finally build a gas chamber.Beyond the game:
Prison Tycoon 2 never digs into the controversies around the for-profit prison business. But it gives us some insight into ourselves. In "Why We Fight," a recent essay for the webzine The Escapist, critic John Tynes recently wrote that we enjoy violent games because they make us feel like guns can solve any problem, and our might always makes right. And where can you find a sharper line between the powerful and the powerless than in jail?Worth playing for:
The shadows that roll across the ground from passing clouds evoke a feeling of slow, wasted days.Frustration sets in when:
Exactly one of the controls works: the "tree" button. Click it, and all the trees in the background suddenly vanish; click again, and they come back. Everything else is totally dysfunctional.Final judgment:
The prisoners can be rehabilitated and sent back into society. But who’ll save the people who enjoy this game?
______________________________________________________And what happens after those comments and review?
- Crack that Whip! Take reigns of a privately run prison. You are responsible for the care, custody, and control of individuals who have been arrested. B egin with a low security prison and build it up to a SuperMax. From construction to daily operations, you must protect society while turning a profit. It’s time for lockdown.
- Country Club or Billy Club? Manage security levels, food rations, recreation opportunities, and much more. How tough will you be?
- En Guard - Hire trust-worthy prison guards and arm them with weapons, riot shields and guard dogs to maintain peace and control, but keep your eye on your budget. Underpay and organized crime will run rampant in your prison.
- Watch with an eagle eye! Monitor all activities 24/7. Keep a look out for escapees, contraband or illegal activity.
- The Devil’s in the details – From the guards you hire to the food you serve, every choice you make will ripple throughout your prison.
- Back on the chain gang. Assign prisoners work detail from cleaning and maintenance work to back breaking manual labor.
- Throw away the key? – You determine whether to release your prisoners on parole or keep them locked down tight to protect society.
- Danger Zone- Manage gangs and prisoner morale to avoid riots.
- Interrogate military prisoners for vital intel. Earn extra bonuses by getting prisoners to provide crucial information.
____________________________________________General Electric runs 8 hours of Lock-Up every night for the past 3 years, 800 detention centers are built across the land of the free, a totally disfunctional game gets another cash infusion to build a third game which concentrates on torture, slave labor, god complex, abuse of power, surveillance, dehumanization, profiling, depopulation of the planet?
Gee what coincidences. Who makes this video game? ValueSoft
Who is ValueSoft? A division of THQ
Who is THQ?
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