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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 709d ago | review

SimCity Review (GamingBolt)

GB: "If you need an example of how DRM doesn't work and ends up affecting legitimately paying consumers, then you don't have to look any further, as SimCity has got it covered for you.

In a way, we all saw this coming after what happened to Diablo 3. These are all major franchises and it's likely that there will be millions of people playing the game at launch, and when you force them to join a server, which has its limits, things may not go too well then." (PC, SimCity) 7.5/10

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