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Submitted by The_Wolf 598d ago | opinion piece

SimCity or Sin City?

"Not all, but most gamers complain about the game being completely unplayable. The very first questions that came to my mind was: “Why did EA / Maxi’s ship a game in this state?” and “Why aren’t the servers ready to handle the massive clump of gamers wanting to play?”

Did they send the game to be pressed knowing that the servers will not be able to handle the quantity of copies being processed? Seeing as how they were aware that a majority of your assets are stored on the servers, why weren’t they ready?" (Industry)

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