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Hands On Preview: Sim City Is Still Absurdly Addiciting- GamerHub.TV

Maxis, the creators of the Sims and Spoor franchise, have always had big intentions for its original start up. Allowing players the control to unleash UFO’s on your citizens, to making sure you have enough funding for electricity and water for your city to run smoothly. The series has always been about giving players unprecedented control and freedom, while simulating an accurate portrayal how our society works. It’s been more than ten years since we last saw Maxis return to the series. Since that time, video games have advanced allowing for a more complete version to be brought to table while introducing more ideas to the puzzle. It’s time to once again revisit the epic that is, Sim City. (PC, SimCity)

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