Within the last few hours, just this morning, Maxis has announced and released a trailer about the complete and utter reboot of the SimCity franchise to be released in 2013. It will be multiplayer, and that feature could be great, or awful. Here’s a much less frantic, more in-depth read on this from the Huffington Post here. There is a slideshow at the end of the article.
Here is the game trailer, and the ‘insider’s look’ with the developers.
I’m going to go pee my pants now in 10-year-old excitement. It’s like waiting for a new Harry Potter movie to start, bouncing in the theatre seat. Because Harry Potter geeks win at life.
Thanks for being awesome, Maxis.
3/7, 12:13pm EDIT: Systems Requirements and specs on EU prices and bundles ($60 limited edition and $80 ‘digital deluxe’ edition in US) are up. More info on the content of these expensive sets are up here.
The Fate of All Who Follow Their Real Estate Dreams
Technology is commonplace is everyday life, and is quickly becoming mainstream in eduction- even for small children. So why add a decade-old video game to the ever-expanding educational software for college students? It’s a sandbox.
In 2009, IBM proposed to the City of Portland their new algorithm software, “The Smarter City” to aid in the creation of the city’s Portland Plan, to be released later this month. Now, at no cost, Portland is the first city to name the software their analysis software of choice. While the software is to present ‘what if’ ideas rather than outright statistics, the discovery of a perpetual loop has already been found;