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Maxis Reveals Which Free Games Will Make You Forget About Crappy DRM

Posted on Monday, March 18 @ 13:46:22 PST by

Free stuff? Did someone say free stuff? The irrational consumer wins again! That's right suckers! You wish you paid $60 for a broken mess and got a game that'll probably only cost $20 when... Alright, this is a sham. I'm only pretending NOT to feel hurt about this whole SimCity thing.

Knowing full well their region neighbors were pissed, Maxis and EA decided to offer a free game download from Origin. With launch woes well behind the game and anyone playing it, this isn't for us. It's for you, the PC gaming elite. Enjoy your free game, no one.

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SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition

I'm going with SimCity. Just for the irony, OK? It's all I have left! Wait... No, that's all cynicism now. For more details on obtaining your free EA game license, head over to the SimCity blog and lay down some forgiveness zones next to the residential.
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