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Resolution: Cities in Motion Hands-On Preview

Resolution's Greg Giddens writes: Cities in Motion’s premise concerned me, with it concentrating solely on the transportation network of a city. It’s just a single aspect from a city management simulator that often proves to be the least interesting element. However, Cities in Motion pleasantly surprised me. The focus on managing transport is so precise and engaging that hours pass by as you develop and maintain your network. Against the odds Cities in Motion is shaping up to be a remarkably enjoyable game. (Cities In Motion, PC)

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