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Submitted by mathsman 779d ago | review

In-depth Review: Cities in Motion 2 - Electronic Theatre

Paradox Interactive’s Cities in Motion was a welcoming management experience that was limited due to the development team’s relative youthfulness. It was a hugely enjoyable experience, but by the time players had ventured half-way through the campaign they had seen all that the videogame could offer and no amount of expansion packs could rejuvenate this limited amount of assets. With Cities in Motion 2 however, Colossal Order Ltd. already have a successful release under their belt, and as such are more willing to push the envelope in the exact ways their fans hope. (Cities in Motion 2, PC) 84/100

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