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Submitted by Lavalamp 785d ago | review

SimCity Review | ScrewAttack

ScrewAttack: "SimCity is among my favorite franchises of all time, and already this game is among my favorite of all time. But I cannot play it. I have the game. I have the files. I have a computer that runs it. I even have a blistering fast internet connection. That’s not enough for EA, though. I didn’t pay for my copy, and I’m still amazed on the arrogance it takes to pull a stunt like this." (PC, SimCity) 1/10

arbitor365  +   785d ago
9/10 game + DRM = 1/10

learn from this, EA. learn from it
classic200  +   785d ago
LOL reviewers are litterally killing this game, but something got to be sacrificed for EA to learn that DRM is dangerous when it does not work.
LightSamus  +   784d ago
I do not think you know the meaning of the word literally.

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