It's just a shame that the game doesn't really offer any explanation why working with another person is more fun than working alone, and what if I don't have internet access, also why splitting things up is better than cramming everything into one city, and any attempt to do so soon has you hitting the limits of your forced small patch of land. Finally it's impossible to save the game. So, for instance, you can't deploy a natural disaster or alien invasion just for the fun of it then revert back to a save game, instead you'll have to actually build your city back up again, We can see some people enjoying that ride but we're fairly sure most users would rather they had the option to simply revert back if they, for instance, suddenly realize that recovering from that Godzilla attack is going to take far longer than expected.
I've adored and played Sim City, 2000, 3000, and 4. Spent countless hours in each of them. One of my earliest PC games was the original Sim City. I loved them to death. Now, 2013 and six years since the release of ... Read Full Review
I might as well not even bother discussing the actual game. Sim City 4 remains (unfortunately) by far the best city builder on the market. Yes, a 10 year old game still rocks. Hopefully the modding community will get the... Read Full Review