The latest of a number of nostalgia-laden spiritual (or some in cases, actual) sequels to much-loved 90s games is here in the form of Two Point Hospital. Johnny's already given us his glowing review of the game - which if you haven't read, you should - so you probably have a good idea of whether or not this game sounds like something you're going to gel with. If it does, you're in luck - it's currently discounted to its lowest ever price.
The tinny music begins, the isometric hospital outline pops up on screen. Your hospital doesn't have any rooms yet, let alone patients, but you need a reception desk. It's angular, purple. You place it by the sliding glass front doors of the hospital lobby, ready for the first people to file in. Now you'll need a receptionist, maybe a potted plant or two. Benches, of course - I like constructing two neat rows, back to back. And so it's on to hiring doctors, building a GP's Office and a Pharmacy, hiring a nurse to staff that. A handyman to water those plants. A vending machine. So begins every game of Theme Hospital - and so begins Two Point Hospital, as well.