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Submitted by aprea 812d ago | interview

PC Gaming is Not Dead – A Conversation With Maxis Producer Jason Haber

It’s been ten years since SimCity 4 hit PCs across the globe, allowing gamers to delve into its simulation fun. Now, Maxis have their rebooted wonder, simply titled SimCity ready to kick things back into gear. To help promote the game, Maxis producer Jason Haber visited our shore for a chat, so we sat him down to talk about the current state of PC gaming, why re-introduce the series now and just what he thought of the infamous SimCity Societies. (PC, SimCity)

SilentNegotiator  +   812d ago
But things like Origin are sure crushing its spirit.
wallis  +   812d ago
No you know what nots dead when everyone was positive it was? This god damned topic.

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