The classic city builder has returned in the form of SimCity 2013. This review will examine the evolution of SimCity to its full form, which is now a decade plus after its introduction to the world in SimCity 2000. If you are in need of a new SimCity, this review is for you.
It was a shame that SimCity 5 was released as the series broke after its purchase, however, the Maxis has managed to make a most enjoyable comeback, and the team has also managed to make an extremely detailed game that is easily suitable for the casual player who loves building their own city. The game has been made more intuitive and has a new so much better feel to it. For example, if you place a power plant that is generating electricity when it is not needed, energy is still generated, but you don't get any money for it. However, if you put it in before you need the electricity, you get the money. I believe that these kind of things are going to make more people more interested in the game. I'm not sure if SimCity is going to become as popular as SimCity 4 was, but it is certainly going to be a lot of fun for casual players. And to the hardcore players, they will be glad to be able to create their own cities with more advanced buildings, roads, and transport systems.
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