Cities: Skylines

Cities Skylines: Nintendo Switch Edition | Review

The city management genre has long been a favorite of mine – able to consume a vast number of hours with ease. I’m no stranger to Paradox Interactive’s Cities: Skylines series either – having reviewed the base game back in 2015 when it debuted on PC. Needless to say, I’ve spent a lot of time planning new residential zones, placing down roads and dealing with the odd unexpected pandemic or two. Now with the game coming to...

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Mod Support Available In Xbox Box One Version of Cities Skylines

City simulator Cities Skylines has received at least one major free patch full of features with the release of every expansion. For owners of the Xbox One version of Paradox Interactive’s municipal management game today’s patch could be one of the best yet – adding something that only PC players have enjoyed up until this point, mod support.  Brand new buildings and in-game items will be added for free through the addition of mods. Both Paradox Interactive...

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Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters Expansion Gets New Screenshots

Paradox interactive has released eight new screenshots for the upcoming Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters expansion that was originally announced a few months back. These new screenshots show us the devastation of a comet impact, an fireball from the distance, close-ups of several cities on fire and other catastrophic events. Are you looking forward to this expansion? Cities: Skylines has seen two other expansions ‘After Dark’ and ‘Snowfall’, outside of brief “2017” release date details about Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters is pretty scant. Here...

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Cities Skylines Gets Destroyed In New Natural Disasters Expansion

Paradox Interactive announced the first expansion for Cities Skylines in almost an entire year – Cities Skylines: Natural Disasters – which will bring an often requested feature, the ability to destroy your metropolis with a variety of devastating events.  It’s not just fire reigning from the skies that Natural Disasters  adds to the game but also an Early Warning System,Q emergency routes for civilians and response vehicles and so much more., Alongside the new in-game events Paradox will also be...

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Cities Skylines ‘Urban Planning’ Documentary To Screen At SXSW

Paradox Interactive has partnered with film production company Luckyday to bring fans a documentary focused on their city simulation title Citites: Skylines and the intersection between gameplay and urban planning. Titled My Urban Playground the feature length documentary will make its debut during The Sweedish Affiar program block at South by Southwest. If you’re going to be there it will be screened Sunday, March 13, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. Central Time at the Waller Creek boat house,...

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Steam Controller Review

Review By: Robyn Robo Valve has been releasing new in-house and licensed hardware at a breakneck pace lately, and the Steam Controller is a core component backing up their bid for the living room. Unlike classic console manufacturers, however, Valve has had to bend over backward in accommodating games built for the desktop and, overall, has done well.

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Cities: Skylines | Review

The city building / management genre has always held a special place in my heart since I played Sim City 2000 back on the Super NES back in the early 90s. After the Sim City disaster a few years ago the genre has certainly seen better days. Can Paradox Interactive revitalize this troubled genre with this latest release? If planning out residential zones, parks and city services sound entertaining to you make sure to keep reading.

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