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Cities Skylines

 

 

Cities Skylines 

 

I like city builder video games. I love it when they are ported over to the consoles. Cities Skylines started out on the PC, and was ported over to the PS4 and Xbox One. I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming had the money to purchase this game on the Xbox One. The PR and Marketing people failed us totally in regards to this game. Which is nothing new. I will work really hard to get a review of Cities Skylines in issue #129 of the Family Friendly Gaming magazine and e-magazine. Let us know if you want us to try and do a video series of this game at some point in the future. I am pretty meh on this game personally. I like some things in this game, and am not fond of some other things. Those things will be covered in the review.

I hope to see more city builders come out soon. Cities Skylines could have been done better. Mods are allowed on this game on the consoles so that is pretty cool. I semi enjoyed my time with this game. It is neat to see different companies try different things. I hated having to run power lines from the energy plants. I also was not fond of having to run pipes from the water plants. Cities Skylines is more realistic than other city simulation video games in my opinion. I wish there was a casual mode where certain logistic things are done for the player. Maybe sequels to Cities Skylines will improve upon the existing short comings.
{03/12/2018}
- Paul

 

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