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Submitted by lifesanrpg 510d ago | opinion piece

SimCity and the problem with changing review scores

GameZone's Lance Liebl writes, "By now, I'm sure you all know of the 'launch day' problems that EA's SimCity has been experiencing. I put 'launch day' in quotations because I'll consider the real launch date when everyone that's purchased the game can play it. I'm not here to complain about all of the problems; there's enough of that happening, and me adding to it doesn't change anything. I'm in the same boat as most of you: I bought a game, I got excited, and I can't play it right now. The problem I have is with Polygon's review of SimCity and the thought process behind their review." (PC, SimCity)

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