SimCity's first major DLC pack - a selection of theme park rides and facilities - has released today on Origin for £7.99. Our wholesale disappointment with Maxis' broken simulation is a matter of public record, but if you're interested, we've got a new trailer and details after the break.
I can't help but feel that our city limits should be a bit bigger to fit all this new stuff in. I wonder if anyone's pointed that out before...?Click here to read more...
It's only taken the best part of three months, but leaderboards and a working global economy are finally coming to SimCity! Yay!
Not that this will encourage us to fish our copy out of the volcanic crater we hurled it into, you understand.
There are a number of bugs being fixed and features being restored in Update 4.0, and this time, the hilarious bug fix of the week goes to adding in features that were promised at launch.
Also, apparently the clouds weren't working properly. They will now rain, which is nice.Click here to read more...
Have you been having trouble with disappearing vehicles? Inexplicable pollution? Traffic issues? Buildings somehow being built on top of one another?
Well you can pack you fear off to distant lands, as SimCity Update 3.0 is here to save the day!
Or, you know, screw the game up even more.Check out the patch notes after the jump >>
Will Wright, the man who made Sim City a household name, has weighed in on the recent SimCity debacle, saying that although he feels for the development team and has been enjoying the game of late, releasing a fundamentally broken game at full price is "inexcusable".Click here to read more...