Always fancied running your own Pharmaceutical Conglomerate? Well, now that Big Pharma has launched on Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, those dreams may well come true.
Ridding the world of disease is the dream of many, and in Big Pharma you may well be able to live out those fantasies, taking charge of every finest detail found in running one of the largest pharmaceutical conglomerates the world has ever seen. The problem is, should you slack off, or make just one wrong decision, not only will the world suffer, but your profits will take a hit. And let’s be honest, it’s all about the cash in Big Pharma. In fact, it’s all about the cash, end of.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, with a £24.99 price tag attached to the download found at the Xbox Store, Big Pharma makes the switch from the PC (Steam) world, where it has been sitting gathering up some rather tasty reviews over the years, to ensure that console gamers now also have the opportunity to enhance the world of medicine.
With the team at Klabater promising that the switch from PC to console will be a smooth one for gamers – with controls adapted to suit consoles and the game playing perfectly on a controller – if you’ve previously been sat casting a jealous eye the way of your PC friends the the chance to involve yourself in a deep business sim, that just so happens to provide access to many logistical puzzles, should be something to take in.
- 35 business-busting challenges spread out across 7 unique scenarios.
- Custom game mode.
- Freebuild mode.
- Tons of new ingredients and recipes to discover.
- Hi-tech machines to help you refine the next generation of world-changing drugs.
- Wide range of business models to fit your Pharmaceutical Conglomerate.
Tempted by the depth of Big Pharma? Our full review of the game on Xbox One is fast approaching and should be with you any day now, but in the meantime, go visit your preferred store and grab a download. And then kick back and watch the money roll in, all as you save the world from the most deadly of diseases. At least, that’s the initial plan anyways!
What if you had it in your power to rid the world of disease, to improve the lives of millions, to ease suffering and cure the sick and earn a tidy profit? As the head of your own Pharmaceutical Conglomerate you have this power resting in your hands. Will you use it for good? Being totally altruistic may not be the best business plan. The uncomfortable truth (is there an ointment for that?) is that some remedies are more profitable than others and illness is good for business. Welcome to the world of Big Pharma!