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Submitted by lifesanrpg 776d ago | review

SimCity's endless fun despite strict limitations - GameZone Review

GameZone writes, "It's been exactly one week since SimCity saw its release marred by a series of unfortunate server-related issues.The game's always-on DRM requirement prevented many from enjoying the latest city-building simulator, making for a frustrating week. While we had a pretty decent feel for the game when we played it on the test servers prior to launch, we wanted to wait until multiplayer was fully functional until we gave our final verdict. After all, SimCity is primarily a "multiplayer" game." (PC, SimCity) 8/10

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