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RTHKI
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NAM is great
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unnamednewbie13
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<- prefer cities in motion
SuperJail Warden
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There is a new city builder out called Cities Skyline. It was released a few days ago and is made by the same people who made Crusader Kings 2 and Europa Universals 4.

$30 on steam.        Overwhelmingly positive reviews from the community.  88 metacritic score.
http://store.steampowered.com/app/255710/

http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/cities-skylines


day one steam workshop mod support also.

I bought it. Will answer any questions or stuff

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_j5689_
Dreads & Bergers
+350|4158|Riva, MD
Definitely considering it, maybe next paycheck
RTHKI
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might wait for a steam sale
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SuperJail Warden
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it is really worth the money. I bought it yesterday and already dropped 10 hours into it
RTHKI
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But i just spend a couple hundred on a motorsports pass.
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pirana6
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Just got Cities: Skylines today. Pretty freakin awesome. My last sim-type city game was SimCity 2000 so take that as you will.

I was debating between SimCity and this and finally decided on the latter. I'm sure I would have been happy with both, but my one major issue with SimCity was the inability to expand your current city. I realize you can build a new city but I didn't like the idea of starting over. There were pros do doing it with the specializations, but it didn't sway me enough.
CommieChipmunk
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+488|4011|Portland, OR, USA

pirana6 wrote:

Just got Cities: Skylines today. Pretty freakin awesome. My last sim-type city game was SimCity 2000 so take that as you will.

I was debating between SimCity and this and finally decided on the latter. I'm sure I would have been happy with both, but my one major issue with SimCity was the inability to expand your current city. I realize you can build a new city but I didn't like the idea of starting over. There were pros do doing it with the specializations, but it didn't sway me enough.
Cities: Skylines put me a solid week behind in lectures. Such a good city builder

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