Big Biz Tycoon PC

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  1. Remiere25
    Jan 10, 2005
    1
    This game could have been so much more. I was very disappointed with it. Graphics were ok, but nothing to jump up and shout about. The gameplay was lacking. It required too much micro-managing. The employees didn't really want to work and you basically had to tell them everything to do. Could have used a much stronger AI. The game wasn't very realistic. I hated the fact that the This game could have been so much more. I was very disappointed with it. Graphics were ok, but nothing to jump up and shout about. The gameplay was lacking. It required too much micro-managing. The employees didn't really want to work and you basically had to tell them everything to do. Could have used a much stronger AI. The game wasn't very realistic. I hated the fact that the employees never left the office once they were hired. It could have used some instruction. Took quite a bit of time to figure out how to start making products. Don't waste your money. Expand
  2. JasonM.
    Jul 13, 2004
    2
    This game would be great if it had rule and guindence. Also a better tutorial tranier.
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  1. Computer Games Magazine
    30
    What a mess. Even when it's not baffling, Big Biz Tycoon gets completely bogged down in thoroughly not-fun minutia. [Sept 2002, p.83]
  2. While it's entirely possible that a game based on designing and managing an office could be entertaining, Big Biz Tycoon's bare-bones attempt is disappointing even by the low standards of value-priced tycoon games.
  3. Graphics and sound are passable at best, but I found it intriguing to manage the development of a burgeoning company.