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Submitted by retryquit 904d ago | opinion piece

SimCity and the battle of the servers | Retry Quit

The troubles of SimCity's launch are widely known, but is the strict Digital Rights Movement killing the PC games industry? Retry Quit asks the question, but is there anything that can be done about it? Find out. (EA, Industry, PC, SimCity)

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