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.
It’s day 8 of the 2013 Steam Summer Sale. My wallet is exhausted, my eyes tired, my fingers worn.
The hugely popular life simulator dubbed, The Sims, has officially been announced for a 2014 release date by Electronic Arts.
Welcome to Press Start (What We Played)! This is a weekly segment that dives into what we here at The Game Fanatics have played during this past week. What did you game?
Episode #30 of The Geek Cave Podcast brings the heat this month.
“They Uncharted Uncharted.” Beware, it’s the G-Spot Podcast Episode 85!
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.”
Have you finished all your games from 2012? If not, you better get on your back log, because 2013 looks to be just as big if not bigger than the years past.