Sim.City.2013[Pc Edition]-SKIDROW

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Sim City



Marathon gaming sessions happen all the time, but when I’m wasting a Saturday exobyte farming in DC Universe Online or hunting a Platinum Trophy on the PS3, I’m aware that the hours are slipping by. Last week, Maxis invited me over to play SimCity, and when I started getting texts about dinner, I thought it was a bit early for my girlfriend to be debating tacos over Chinese. Then, I noticed the time.


SIMCITY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Operating System and Programs:
SimCity will run on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7, as well as Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4.

Internet Connection:
To experience SimCity, players will need an Internet connection of at least 256 kbps download and 64kbps upload or faster.

CPU:
Intel players will need, minimally, a 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo, while our AMD players will need at least a an Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4000+.

RAM:
Players will need a system with at least 2GB of RAM.

HARD DRIVE:
Players will need at least 10GB of hard drive space free, though more is always recommended for smooth and easy playing.

OPTICAL DRIVE:
If players opt for the physical disc version as opposed to a digital download, they will need a DVD-ROM drive in order to play SimCity.

VIDEO:
Players will need at least a 512 MB video card featuring either an nVidia 7800 or better, an AMD chipset of at least an ATI Radeon HD 2x00 or better, or an Intel Series 4 integrated graphics or better.

But I’m getting ahead of myself. SimCity starts with roads. Whereas previous iterations – or at least the ones I remember – allowed you to decide if you wanted to lay light or dense industrial/residential/commercial zones, this time it’s a combination of demand and the road you’ve laid. See, you can lay anything from dirt roads to multi-lane/streetcar ready asphalt, and that decides what kinds of buildings can be supported there.



Sim City youtube trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqUCmlbkkS0