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Wednesday, 10 April 2013 22:52

Taking a look at SimCity

It's been over a month since Maxis released its latest version of SimCity and boy what a month it' been. The city builder game many of us have been waiting a long time for is finally out, and I’ve had a full month to get to know it better. Does it live up to the franchise’s legacy of being the best city builder sandbox game out there? Yes and no.

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