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Submitted by Pozzle 685d ago | opinion piece

With Simple AI Like This, Why Does SimCity Need Cloud Computing?

Kotaku: With more and more players able to connect to and consistently play SimCity now, they're seeing what GlassBox, the game's simulation engine, has to offer. GlassBox has been pitched as an enormously sophisticated engine that supposedly requires the game's servers to supply some computing power, necessitating the game's notorious always-online connection. But a lot of forum threads, comments and YouTube videos show behavior unworthy of such a claim. (PC, SimCity)

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