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Submitted by timcolwill 364d ago | opinion piece

SimCity announces more DLC: It’s time for the players to start asking questions

Earlier this month, EA announced that you could download free Nissan LEAF DLC into SimCity. Now they’ve announced a new DLC: exclusive tourist attractions which you can redeem from codes only available on certain Oral-B and Crest products. Yet SimCity is still a buggy, broken game. We need to ask some questions. (EA, PC, SimCity)

fermcr  +   364d ago
Unbelievable !!!

Instead of fixing the game, they release crap to make more money.
papashango  +   363d ago
its almost like they are a corporation trying to please their stockholders.

That said they fell as a company when they began placing the stockholder first. They never did figure out that if you sell a high quality product it will make money AND increase consumer loyalty.

Or perhaps they truly believe the standard for what they consider a quality product is so low by our terms they don't believe they are doing anything wrong.

Just thinking out loud here.

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