Top PC Simulation Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top simulation games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
God does move in mysterious ways. He can even make a flawed game into an entertaining one.
A thoroughly enjoyable and engrossing experience, that offers a great deal of depth should you want to explore.
Open for Business really does the business, with plenty of new items and content. Worthy of recruiting into your empire.
Premier Manager doesn't pretend to be something it's not. It's is a fun introduction to management, and, as a smaller, friendlier version of the royalty it once was, it stands up quite well.
For all its undeniable charm and nostalgic worth, The Settlers II is never really more than a retro retread that will probably only appeal to those who remember the series fondly.
Sid Meier's Railroads is a game that comes frustratingly close to excellence without ever justifying such a tag.
If you’ve played The Sims 2 and its expansions to death, The Sims 3 will feel perilously like a retread of old ground, albeit on a slightly grander scale.
Championship Manager 2010 is the most disappointing entry in the series we've ever played, but it's also the best in years.
One of the freshest management games in years, Evil Genius provides a neat twist on the genre and is great fun too.
Could The Movies live without Stunts & Effects? Probably, but it's more entertaining thanks to the additions found in the expansion.