New SimCity screens show user interface, crime heatmaps

Sim City

By on December 11, 2012 at 9:30 pm

SimCity is currently touring as part of the EA Asia Pacific showcase, and we’ve spent most of today playing around with it. We can’t bring you our full report just yet, but in the meantime Maxis have used their Facebook page to release a few new screens which show off two key features: the user interface (important!) and the crime heatmaps. Take a look below.

Source: PCGamesN

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I really hope Maxis don’t stuff this game up, they stay true to the original SC games.

 

I can’t wait for this to be “patched” by the “community” so I can play it.

 

Here’s to hoping they release a demo!

 

caitsith01:
I can’t wait for this to be “patched” by the “community” so I can play it.

If you use STEAM and complain about Origin, your a hypocrite.

 

*drools*

 
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