Submitted by SeanDKnight 402d ago | opinion piece

Editorial: The SimCity rap – a crime against rhyme

This week, Split Screen takes a quirky look at SimCity’s troubled launch. Sean Knight and Aenne Schumann lash out lyrics in P2R’s first rap battle and it is up to you to decide who won! (Culture, DRM, EA, Maxis, PC, SimCity)

Godmars290  +   402d ago
Want to say this might be better as a podcast where you could hear instead of read the raps - but really - who am I kidding?
SeanDKnight  +   402d ago
You don't want to hear me rap. Your ears would bleed...
acidbrn  +   402d ago
Yes! We must hear them rap.
thequadskater  +   402d ago
Lets get Sean on the podcast, Andrew can do the rap sounds, it will be awesome!
PeachyAenne  +   402d ago
The crowd has spoken Sean! We must record it. FOR SCIENCE! !
onediversekid  +   402d ago
As P2R's resident rapper, I will help you achieve this!
thequadskater  +   402d ago
I totally agree with aenne's take on SimCity, BY THE WAY
Virus60  +   402d ago
I could actually time out the beats as I read the lyrics. Well done budding mic slammers.

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