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Submitted by Lavalamp 736d ago | review

SimCity Review | DarkStation

DarkStation: "The old SimCity I remember loving is one with giant cities full of endless possibilities. They gave me the tools to make a sprawling metropolis and kept me coming back for more. They were timeless games of truly endless replayability that felt fresh with each new city. There are times when the game feels like the true evolution of the genre that a decade of improvements should bring. Unfortunately, the compromises necessary to make SimCity a multiplayer, always-online game detract from what’s most enjoyable about city-builders, resulting in a product that feels like it’s actively trying to keep the player from having a good time." (PC, SimCity) 3/5

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