Submitted by Vyralize 939d ago | news

SimCity possibly one of the worst rated Amazon products in history

Vyralize: After a very sloppy launch, SimCity is on the road to becoming one of the worst rated products in Amazon’s online shopping database history. (Amazon, Culture, Gaming, Services, SimCity)

Vyralize  +   939d ago
You'd think this would have been sorted before the get go? But then again, it's EA. :/
vulcanproject  +   938d ago
Works fine for me mostly since it launched in Europe. Haven't actually had any problems. Probably best us in europe got it later.

Great game, cities too small even if the idea is for several to work together.
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mcroddi  +   939d ago
It's incredible that they even took it down from the 'for sale' section!
kingPoS  +   938d ago
I've never really paid much mind about SimCity till recently. I think I might just end up buying SC4 Deluxe Edition.

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