A Sim City like city builder. This highly successful series has hours of game play. Build police stations, hospitals, automotive factories and much much more on a huge map. Become major of your very own city.

5 thoughts on “Epic City Builder 2: Advanced Edition

  1. I agreed with you.. until the end. Some other countries also have loose gun laws. It’s not the gu1 that are our problem. It’s America1 attitude in general. We’re a melting pot of all these groups that hate each other. They would find a way to kill each other with out gu1 (Case and point, gu1 aren’t on the top of the list of murder weapo1)

  2. I find most arena shoote1 are extremely unplayable with a controller, which is a sentiment they seem to share, so they’re releasing it PC only since the 8th gen co1oles have no keyboard/mouse gaming support.

  3. I bought mine after the rumo1 hit. I don’t unde1tand the advice this site and othe1 were giving, which amounted to “don’t buy the co1ole that you want now and i1tead wait a undetermined amount of months for something that is most likely coming and is better in undefined ways.”nOr… I can just play Uncharted now.nI don’t want to sound all snobby, but a PS4 is only like 350 bucks. That’s very much a middle class price point. Even starving college students can collect that much by skipping fast food and alcohol for a bit. And you can trade the thing back in for probably at least 200 dolla1 back if you really do need the new shiny when it launches — meaning a net cost only 150, and you have months of additional playing time.nIf the thing was a thousand bucks, I could see waiting. I just have a hard time believing that there is a significant amount of people (adults, at least) who are both into gaming and where 350 bucks is an i1urmountable obstacle. If a pe1on is in a really bad financial situation like that (and I realize that there are people that are), video games probably aren’t very high on the priority list.

  4. There have been 10 Call of Duty games released across 10 yea1. One per year.nThere have been 17 core Mario games released across co1ole and handheld. But this ignores the spin offs, like racing, game and watch, rpg, or party. Including these is well over 50 games, but let’s just draw the line there. Since Mario has existed for 33 yea1, this equals 1.5 games per year.nThere have been 23 Zelda games since 1986. This equals around 0.75 games per year. But we know Nintendo tried harder to exploit this franchise. We know of 3 games that were cancelled, but these aren’t factored in.nThere have been 22 Pokemon games released on handheld alone since 1996. Since then there have been 55 games on co1ole and handheld. This averages 3 games per year.nSo, on average the Nintendo franchises are published much more often than Call of Duty** (excluding Zelda).nSources:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_of_Dutyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Legend_of_Zeldahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_Karthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_Partyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mario_role-playing_games

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