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Simcity Limited Edition
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- Platform: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
- ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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The defining city simulation is back! Create the city you desire and make the choices that shape your city and power the Sims within it. Every decision, big or small, has real consequences. Invest in heavy industry and your economy will soar - but at the expense of your Sims' health as pollution spreads. Implement green technology and improve your Sims’ lives while risking higher taxes and unemployment. Team up with your friends to solve global challenges: launch a space shuttle, reduce carbon emissions, or build magnificent wonders. Compete on global and regional leaderboards to be the richest, the dirtiest, the happiest or the best place to visit!
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Overall very disappointing as what little of the game I have gotten to play is a lot of fun.
To start the major negatives. First, you have to be online to play. They are working on an offline version, but it's not available yet. So, if you don't have a solid Internet connection, this isn't going to work for you. Second, the cities are quite limited in size. This limitation is apparent from the very first games, where you quickly run out of room. And apparently there's no plan to make the cities larger. Third, the game's mechanics may seem simple, but there's a lot going on underneath the hood, so you have to experiment a lot. I recommend buying the official Prima guide to the game to help explain how upgrades and everything else works. It's not a perfect guide, but there's no really useful alternative. Fourth, this game takes hours and hours to develop into something interesting. The early hours you wait for the density to build, and the money to roll, but to get to the high density and advanced buildings, you're looking at dozens and dozens of hours of play. That's not necessarily a bad thing, just that it is a requirement to play a long time. Fifth, there's no undo. If there was one thing I'd add right now, it's an undo.Read more ›
EA you guys really screwed us here.
Though the Digital Rights Management System "Origin", is utterly failing. Servers can't be contacted, or are off line/overloaded. There is no way to play without contacting the servers via the internet.
(Even a single player mode requires contact with the servers!)
I purchased the game but returned it. It was impossible to even start the game...
Steer away, get something else.
I feel really sorry for the programmers and artists that have made this game. It's a silly company policy that "breaks" their game. Digital Rights Management is good, but then simply make it work Electronic Arts.
- you will only be able to play after 30-60 minutes of trying to find a server to let you in.
- be prepared to be subject to the tutorial each and every time you do successfully log in.
- don't expect to save your game. As a bonus it rubs your nose in the fact that your city isn't saved only after it nukes your data.
Even if this unacceptable flaw is overlooked, the actual game play is weak compared to prior versions of SimCity. It simply isn't a good simulation and any hope of intelligent strategy is severely curtailed. The potential of city development is totally hampered by the small and often awkward footprint of almost all sites. Interaction between cities is also limited and development of a city is made to depend on the terrain and resources available. There is no longer the ability to develop your own city sites as in Version 4, and the ability to terraform the terrain that you're given has also been taken away.
On the positive side, the graphics are quite spectacular. The player interface is quite user friendly and the feedback from your Sims is much improved over earlier versions. There is also the ability to develop existing utilities and buildings rather than having to add new items.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
What an amazing game! I realize that at the start it was a bit unfinished but big PC games these days do need time to grow and improve. And boy, has it ever! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sid
Great game, still working on making the perfect city, it's not easy! Looking forward to playing this many times, with the expansion packs it's really great!Published on July 23 2014 by Joel Andrews
Game does not work on my computer so all it is is a useless piece of junk. your return policy prevents it from being returned. Read morePublished on July 6 2014 by Brian Suddards
It was a great deal on the game. Like it better than the old ones. Was a very good buy. Would purchase from seller again.Published on April 11 2014 by Jarrett