SimCity: Cities of Tomorrow’s factions battle for your love with giant robots

SimCity

By on October 31, 2013 at 12:40 pm

The upcoming ‘Cities of Tomorrow’ expansion for SimCity is launching in just a few short weeks, and it brings with it two respective factions: the Academy, who stand for clean energy and shiny buildings, and Omega, who stand for money, pollution, and giant robots stomping through our city streets.

Needless to say, I know who I’m voting for. Take a look.

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Promised larger city boundaries yet EA?

 

We just keep repeating the same shit week after week.
Stop covering this game. Its shit. Move on ffs.

 

gammad: Stop covering this game. Its shit

 

Tim Colwill,

I think he’s annoyed that he has to always be online to read your articles, plus the overall size of them aren’t big enough. He’ll be asking for a refund soon.

 

gammad:
Stop covering this game. Its shit. Move on ffs.

I agree its absolute bullshit, stop reporting on PC gaming news, We all know this site is a place to discuss the 1960s Batman television series (and movie).

vcatkiller:

I hear it costs $5.99 a min to call and speak to GON, although that might just be their “after hours” hotline…

 

vcatkiller,

You forgot the bit about sourcing future articles from the high seas.

 

This should make him happy, I managed to patch the original article to remove the DRM:

The upco*ing ‘Cities of To*o**ow’ expansion fo* Si*City is launching in just a few sho*t weeks, an* it b*ings with it two *espective factions: the Aca*e*y, who stan* fo* clean ene*gy an* shiny buil*ings, an* O*ega, who stan* fo* *oney, pollution, an* giant *obots sto*ping th*ough ou* city st*eets.

Nee*less to say, I know who I’* voting fo*. Take a look.

 

The factions sound similar to those in Anno 2070, sounds interesting regardless, we’ll see.

gammad,

And I agree about the first line; stop repeating the same comments over and over again, we heard you the first time. Be creative.

 

Tim Colwill:

The perfect response! :D

 

I, for one, am happy that GON is still reporting on SimCity as I’m still happily playing it.

 

vcatkiller:

I hear it costs $5.99 a min to call and speak to GON, although that might just be their “after hours” hotline…

Who told you

 
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