The game is played with a lot of static, spreadsheet-style screens - much like Impressions' early titles (e.g. Detroit). That in itself is not a bad thing; what makes the game boring is that nothing much seems to happen in the game. Your opponents' actions are more or less transparent, and there are few randomt events to make the game more exciting and difficult. I noticed some undercutting behavior of computer players in the game, but other than that, they pose no real threat to your company. Overall, Corporate Pursuit is a game that is not bad, but pales in comparison to classics in the genre such as Capitalism Plus and Enterpreneur. Worth a look only if you collect this kind of games.