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Let Ocean Quigley Give You An Overview Of The New SimCity

Posted on Tuesday, November 27 @ 20:00:00 Eastern by

This new trailer for the upcoming SimCity revival from Electronic Arts and Maxis has certainly piqued my interest, but I still felt it was missing something: a soft-spoken explanation from a guy with an awesome beard and mustache. Game recognize game, you know what I mean?

Anyway, Ocean Quigley, lead creative director of SimCity gets everyone up to speed on the way SimCity is, well, not necessarily changing the game, but rebuilding it from the ground up to be more dynamic and detailed than ever. As much as I love The Sims, I'm more than happy to see Maxis return to its roots for a new city builder.

One time, I deleted my cousin's Sim City 2000 save. Holy crap did he get mad. I've always had a fondness for the series since then. SimCity (2013) is out March 5th.
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