SimCity Amusement Park expansion accidentally leaked, coming May 28

SimCity Amusements

By on May 17, 2013 at 11:39 am

News of Maxis’ upcoming Sim City expansion has accidentally hit the internet, with Green Man Gaming posting a listing for the DLC on their site (and then quickly removing it).

Maxis have since confirmed the expansion on their Facebook account, saying “Some of you may have seen thrilling new SimCity content that arrived too early at the gate. It’s coming May 28th. We think you’ll be amused.”

Unfortunately it wasn’t pulled down quickly enough, with one quick-thinking YouTube user catching the whole thing below.

Source: VG247

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“Welp we fucked up Sim city… lets just rip off Rollercoaster Tycoon then.” – Maxis

 

Heh yeah, does this game even work properly yet ? Aren’t many of the features supposedly released at launch still not working ?

 

Accidental leaks are so played out.

 

gammad:
“Welp we fucked up Sim city… lets just rip off Rollercoaster Tycoon then.” – Maxis

Yeeeeep.

 

rapid101: Yeeeeep.

WTF?????

 

schrapple: WTF?????

I believe he intended emphasis by an extension of the affirming word “Yep”. Rather than the onomatopoeia “Yeep”.

 

Why is this abortion still getting media / write-up’s here?

 

jme: I believe he intended emphasis by an extension of the affirming word “Yep”. Rather than the onomatopoeia “Yeep”.

Ummmmmmmmmmm, you should check out his previous work. Then you will understand my surprise

 
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