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EA Releases New SimCity in Stores and Origin Market

By Jon I in News

Got that itch to make a city and destroy it with a tornado or alien invasion? Well then EA Games has just the right news for you today. You can pick up the new SimCity from their Origin Marketplace or even in stores if you are feeling a little bit old fashioned. The title will feature the ability to manage up to 16 cities at any given moment, definitely intensifying the gameplay for multi-tasking players to push themselves to their limits. The game is currently Windows only but will make a debut on Mac later this Spring according to EA. Check out what the big-wig execs had to say about the title as well as the announce trailer below:

“For more than 23 years, SimCity has been inspiring future mayors and urban planners,” said Lucy Bradshaw, Senior Vice President and General Manager of EA’s Maxis Label. “The new SimCity is powered by the most advanced simulation engine ever. It is more responsive and expansive than ever before. It is a SimCity where decisions you make at the local level will send rippling waves across an entire region of cities. Building on the core ethos of what made the original SimCity so powerful, this new SimCity is the game we have always dreamed of making.”

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