Despite what the vocal majority said, I enjoyed SimCity enough that I put over 200 hours into the game after its release. That being said, I was not blind to its issues, most notably those involving connecting to the game’s servers.
Yes, you read that right. The controversial always-online SimCity will soon be patched to include the previously “impossible” option of playing the game offline.
The hugely popular life simulator dubbed, The Sims, has officially been announced for a 2014 release date by Electronic Arts.
SimCity‘s disastrous launch is the latest in a long line of problems with games that have “always online” anti-piracy measures, and it’s time for gamers to say “enough is enough.”
The SimCity series has come a long way since the 1980’s. Here we are, a few months away from Will Wright’s newest installment and Maxis is giving us a taste with the opening cinematic.
Oh SimCity. How I loved played you so much as a child. It’s good to see you back and well.
Since the beta was just offered to be, here are my impressions of this truly….strange game.
When I first played this, it reminded me off both Diablo and digimon. Over all the game has a nice flow to it, with a bit of extra bonuses such as the ability to customize your character and how some attacks don’t affect other characters due to alignment or elemental attributes. Check it out.