Posted: December 15
Oh, it's always the same with Sim City games. As you start a new game in a newly released successor, you subconsciously compare it to its predecessor. and the way you feel about it almost for sure is "ok, they screwed up this, they messed up that...".
At first you might feel a bit angry about that, but time cures all wounds - and sim city does it pretty fast! Because after only a few hours (which will feel like minutes, of course), you're absolutely into this spin-off of the well-known city-building simulator - developing grounds, constructing roads, planning to plant your gifted buildings or the top-notch skyscrapers of the world. As it is with RPGs in which you tend to say to yourself "just one more dungeon", here it is "just one more road, just one more building, just to the next 1,000 inhabitants".
I started a free game back in 2010 when I re-purchased the game via steam, and as of today, game time is still up and counting. I might take months off from time to time, but as sure as I'm taking breaks I am getting back to the game, continuing to expand my city.
A absolute must-have for all upcoming real-life and virtual part-time mayors. Amen.