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From Flight Simulator to Zoo Tycoon, there’s no question that Microsoft Game Studios has a considerable presence in the simulation genre. While players have historically shown a great interest in managing zoological parks, World of Zoo is not the generic expansion or sequel some might be expecting. It is a completely redesigned simulation that focuses on interactions with the animals at... Read Review

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