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Cities: Skylines

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    December 27, 2016, 8:16 pm
    *buys game*
    *starts new land*
    *no idea what im doing*
    *one hour later*
    *figure out how everything works and start expanding the city*
    *5 hours later*
    *20k population*
    *realizes it's already 2am*

    ...Well ♥♥♥♥, this is really addicting. GG.
    iwanticecream review of
    iwanticecream (View Profile)
    8.8 Hours Played ‐ 243 products in account
    November 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Fun game. About the best city builder on the market near as I can tell. That said, the DLCs are cancerous as they usually tend to be. Day/night cycle, Snow, and natural disasters should not be $15 bucks each to have in the game.

    If they came with some huge new features, I'd get it. But a lot of it is patched in for free, so I'm not sure exactly what they expect me to pay for? A snow map? For $15?

    I dunno guys. I do love the game, but you need to add more than superficial features to ask $15 USD.
    dacatchman review of
    dacatchman (View Profile)
    40.2 Hours Played ‐ 100 products in account
    November 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I played this game cause i liked the Tropico series it was somewhat the same. I was a little bit harder though to keep everthing in line. You can lose hours and hours in this game.
    cowbabymoo review of
    cowbabymoo (View Profile)
    20.0 Hours Played ‐ 5,867 products in account
    October 30, 2016, 8:16 pm
    This is what you get when you a long time Sim City fan can compile a team of capable programmers to create a city simulation you would expect in 2016. Plus the mod community really keeps the game fresh.
    toohottie review of
    toohottie (View Profile)
    231.9 Hours Played ‐ 35 products in account
    October 26, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Better than Simcity by 1,000,000 times
    Ivan 'Bauson' Romano review of
    Ivan 'Bauson' Romano (View Profile)
    108.4 Hours Played ‐ 121 products in account
    October 1, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I'll just fix the metro and then I'll go to bed.
    I'll just fix this round-a-bout and then I'll go to bed.
    Oh, I'll just delete these abandoned buildings and then I'll go to bed... promise.
    Wait, I need to fix this road, then I'll go to bed.
    And the buildings.

    ★★★★★★★★★★
    introspxtion review of
    introspxtion (View Profile)
    109.3 Hours Played ‐ 46 products in account
    September 10, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Whenever im depressed or sad or any kinds of negativity in my head, I play this game, and it makes me smile again :-)
    PizzaPieYT review of
    PizzaPieYT (View Profile)
    43.5 Hours Played ‐ 49 products in account
    September 1, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I Bought this game 2 days before it went on sale for 75%. Other then an overwhelming sense of poor timing, I like this game.
    Sour'n'SweetBacon review of
    Sour'n'SweetBacon (View Profile)
    12.6 Hours Played ‐ 32 products in account
    August 8, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I had actually started to believe that we were never going to see another great city simulator and then Paradox sprung this on us. Cities: Skylines went back to the simulators that were fun, pulled the best parts of them, and upgraded them to today's standards. It's fun without being overly punishing but still provides a challenge for those of us who want it. Sure it isn't perfect, but there are few games that even scratch that lofty goal.

    Probably the biggest issue is the lifespan of the citizens. All citizens lead a perfect and full life. This means if you have 2000 people move into your city all at once, they all die at the same time. It's really frustrating until you realize what's happening at the simulation. But there's a mod that changes that, giving citizens variable length lives.

    But that's the only real problem with this game. There can be some other gripes made about performance of 100k+ cities and traffic management nightmares, but I've never met a modern simulator that doesn't have those issues. Simply put, if you want a city simulator that's worth the money, you can't go wrong with Cities: Skylines.
    corintalisman review of
    corintalisman (View Profile)
    350.3 Hours Played ‐ 339 products in account
    July 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    > Builds basketball court
    > Checks how much tourism in the city
    > Basketball court is tourist location...

    Dad: "Hey family where should we go for our family vacation this summer?"
    Son: "Hey Dad I heard about this basketball court in this city that no one has ever heard of, wanna go there this summer?"
    Dad: "Sure son, that will be so much fun! This summer vacation will be a blast!"
    Schleckenmiester review of
    Schleckenmiester (View Profile)
    7.7 Hours Played ‐ 75 products in account
    June 13, 2016, 8:16 pm
    > Built a water pump in a nearby river to get clean water.
    > Built a sewage down the river, so my water remains clean.
    > Built another water pump and sewage.
    > Citizend are happy.
    > I'm the best mayor.
    > Unlock electricity dams.
    > Citizens want more energy.
    > Builds a dam on said river.
    > Citizend are happy.
    > Dam create a lake.
    > Sewage starts flowing IN the water pumps.
    > 85% of city get's sick and people are dying.
    > Don't have money to buy hospitals.
    > Realise too late that dam was the problem.
    > Citizens are sad.
    > I'm not the best mayor anymore.

    Dams are evil.
    10/10
    Rokoshy review of
    38.0 Hours Played ‐ 1,391 products in account
    June 2, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Whats good -
    HUGE Playable area versus Simcity 2013
    Workshop = Endless modability
    Even without buying the DLC, you still get some stuff every DLC release

    What's not so good -
    Resource hog ; you need a NASA computer to run this on all high
    No disasters or random events
    Traffic is at rush hour all day everyday without mods
    The last DLC (Snowfall) includes some good stuff, but the main crux is merely vanity and only useable in new games (again, without mods)

    If you loved SimCity 4 and are yearning for a modern remake that's not SimCity 2013, this is a good attempt to revive the series. Beware that you'll *need* a few of the mods/workshop to really make the game shine.
    Free badges!
    ehmanana review of
    244.5 Hours Played ‐ 186 products in account
    June 2, 2016, 8:16 pm
    bought this game the day before steam sale

    10/10
    RenzoViray review of
    RenzoViray (View Profile)
    133.6 Hours Played ‐ 64 products in account
    May 27, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I had an ice factory catch on fire. 69/10.

    No, but seriously. I have played a lot of city sims in my day (Simcity, Tropico, CitiesXL, etc) and I can say this is the best I have played. While the game may be hard to wrap your head around at first (the game does a poor job introducing you, and there doesn't seem to be any real tutorial) once you start learning how to create your districts, city blocks, highway systems, services, mass transit, etc. the game really starts to take off in sheer size and scope. The maps are huge and could easily take you weeks to fill out with a single city. It's a far cry from the tiny 'districts' from the latest Simcity. The mechanics, such as placing buildings and infrastructure, are intuitive and easy to use for the most part (the transit lines could use a bit of work), and rarely did I have to wonder "why can't I place this here" or "why isn't this working?". The amount of in-game content for your city is also quite robust, and the ability to download additional content via the workshop lets you add even more.

    This is a rock solid city builder that any fan of city sims or simulation games in general needs to own.
    9/10
    TwilightDragoon review of
    TwilightDragoon (View Profile)
    104.5 Hours Played ‐ 45 products in account
    May 11, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I used to play and enjoy SimCity but I was sometimes disappointed especially with the traffic simulation. Then a friend recommended me to try Cities: Skylines. At first I thought it seemed a bit confusing compared to SimCity but after a while it became easy to play and I started enjoying it. I am impressed with the traffic simulation. It is very realistic and there are far more options when building roads. Of course SimCity has advantages in other ways but I am pleasantly surprised by Cities: Skylines and I can definitely recommend it!

    P.S. You end up being addicted to the game :D
    idanikoline review of
    idanikoline (View Profile)
    13.7 Hours Played ‐ 3 products in account
    May 3, 2016, 8:16 pm
    My SimCity 2013 tears of sadness are finally gone! :D
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    crazyglueit (View Profile)
    1,090.1 Hours Played ‐ 113 products in account

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