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Cities: Skylines (game)
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If you are on this website, no doubt you have played Sim City in the past. I wanted to play the reboot in 2013, however it was mired in technical and gameplay difficulties and was effectively branded a failure by the market. It is coincidence that their publisher, EA laid off their entire Sim City studio (RIP Maxis)  as this game launches to good reviews. 

I support Paradox and their games are fun and generally error free for the most part. 

If you are interested in checking this game out, it is available on Steam. 


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I used to be the mayor of sim city. I know what I am talking about.
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#2
Well, I am enthusiastic. Here is a short video from Paradox detailing the development and concept of the game. They have scooters running on highways, bike paths and tennis courts on the rooves of skyscrapers!



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[Blank] Map of Kitchener for those interested. Wink

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/fi...=451457420
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(07-20-2015, 03:50 AM)D40LF Wrote: [Blank] Map of Kitchener for those interested. Wink

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/fi...=451457420

Looks great, will definitely have to try that next time I play.
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#5
Subscribed!
I'd imagined drawing out the KW roadmap in Skylines... even better if it's on the correct terrain!
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#6
Awesome link D40LF! Thanks
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