Top 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...
If you want to build and run a Theme Park, and nothing more, this DS port of a classic should do you nicely.
Thrillville: Off the Rails is a decent purchase for younger teens, but it's quite niche and can be quite complex at times.
As a pure game Endless Ocean will leave many gamers wondering when things are going to kick off, but if you're happy knowing that things never will, this diving sim might be for you.
Championship Manager 2010 is the most disappointing entry in the series we've ever played, but it's also the best in years.
It's unlikely you'll be playing this once the next wave of 3DS games hit, but there's enough here to warrant this being one of your initial purchases.
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.
The depth and balance in SimCity DS is a rare treat for DS owners, and is astounding considering the genuine pick-up-and-play qualities the game has.
Anno 1701 offers engrossing escapism and a refreshing alternative to more aggressive gaming themes. It's a great little title that deserves a huge chunk of your time.
Trauma Center is right up there with the best the Wii has to offer, delivering solid controls and a thoroughly entertaining single-player storyline.