Fourth installment in the turn-based strategy series Civilization, adding new tools to manage and expand your civilization, all-new easy to use mod capabilities and intense multiplayer modes and options.
Cities: Skylines engage the player in one of the most realistic urban planning simulation games available by controlling zoning, taxation, public services, city's budget, population, health... See full summary »
The animation is cartoonish and lame, the a.i. is the worst in any civ game by far, the map is confusing with three color schemes but two of the colors (in fog and unrevealed) are almost the same so it's very hard to tell the difference, it is way too easy to win, the districts idea is good in principle but plays pretty poorly in execution... maybe it is because we only have the basic game with no add-ons or dlc's, but that's the other problem. this entire game is all geared toward making us buy the dlc's to make the game actually good. i won't ever be buying another civ game in advance, only after reviews and packs come out, and we feel ripped off by this. going back to civ 5. much better game and way more fun.
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