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Submitted by NathanM 779d ago | opinion piece

SimCity, Always-Online DRM and EA

AnalogAddiction writes "Sim City has definitely had a dramatic release. News has been surfacing from every gaming website with reports about SimCity and how the servers have been overcrowded and unstable since its launch a few days ago. While I am yet to play SimCity, a friend of mine did pre-order it and he has been venting his issues to me. So why are SimCity’s servers such an issue to people who want to play? It is because you have to always be online to play- even single player..." (EA, Maxis, PC, SimCity)

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