Started by Tarkus, August 14, 2014, 03:31:42 PM
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Quote from: cmdp123789 on August 14, 2014, 11:35:42 PMAt the website I read that you can unlock city tiles to expand your city... What does that mean? If this game is moddable.. We could be watching at the real successor of sc4..
QuoteMain features:City policies: Set policies to guide how the city and districts develop over the course of your playthrough.City districts: Personalize city districts with names of your choice for variety and personality.Road building and zoningUnlock buildings and servicesTaxation: Fine-tuning the city budget and services and setting tax rates to different residential, commercial and industrial levels and controlling what kind of areas are more likely to spawn in the zoned areasPublic transportation: Build transport networks throughout the city with buses and metrosOutside connections: Make industry and commercial districts flourish with new customers in the neighboring citiesWonders: the ultimate end-game content that the players strive towardsHuge maps: Unlock new map tiles with unique possibilities to expand the cityWater flow simulation: Add new challenges to water services.Polished visual style and core gameplayModding tools: Built in feature designed to encourage creative pursuits.
Quote from: vortext on August 15, 2014, 01:58:19 AMQuoteModding tools: Built in feature designed to encourage creative pursuits.
QuoteModding tools: Built in feature designed to encourage creative pursuits.
Quote from: seraf on August 15, 2014, 05:38:18 AMAll in all, it looks like another game for transport enthusiasts rather than for those who like to build detailed cities with old and traditional architecture
Quote from: vortext on August 16, 2014, 05:04:11 AMQuote from: seraf on August 15, 2014, 05:38:18 AMAll in all, it looks like another game for transport enthusiasts rather than for those who like to build detailed cities with old and traditional architecture Keep in mind vanilla SC4 is skewed towards US cities and even than West Coast predominantly (ugh, those palms. . ). It really depends on Paradox' understanding of 'extensive' modding. And in that regard the new SimCity also came with the promise of modding capabilities, too bad pretty much everything of interest was taken off limits beforehand. So. . . we'll just have to wait and see. That said, I already like the graphics of Cities a lot better.
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