Game Rant takes a look at some of the strangest in-game advertisements that have surfaced in recent years, ranging from Pizza Hut armor to a Presidential campaign.
An indepedent videogame developer releases ENDCIV to the Steam Greenlight platform, hoping a mix of SimCity and Fallout 4 gameplay aspects will attract fans.
As more and more video games launch in broken, unplayable states, Game Rant looks at which other notable video games have been broken at launch as well.
After learning that Electronic Arts closed the doors to ‘SimCity’ developer Maxis, we review the studio’s three decades of creating many beloved games.
Maxis Emeryville, the studio responsible for huge PC hits including ‘The Sims’ and ‘SimCity’, has been closed by EA after nearly thirty years of operation.
Too many recent game releases have been fraught with glitches and access queues, leading some gamers to wonder whether refusing to pre-order games can stop this unfortunate trend.
Gamers can pick up a free copy of ‘SimCity 2000’ on PC for a limited time via EA’s Origin service.
Developer Colossal Order hopes that their new game ‘Cities: Skylines’ can fill the void left by ‘SimCity’s disappointing release.
‘Minecraft’ meets ‘SimCity’ in this new custom map for Mojang’s brick-based title. ‘Simburbia’ is available for download now!
The oft-requested and long-awaited offline mode for ‘SimCity’ has finally arrived, but is it too little too late for Maxis’ once-promising title?
Don’t give up on ‘SimCity’ just yet, as Maxis is working on an update that will give gamers the option to play offline and bypass any connection issues.
Developer Maxis has finally revealed they will allow mods in ‘SimCity,’ but even that announcement was not without its restrictions.
2013 had its fair share of highs and lows, from ‘NBA Live ’14’s shortcomings to Microsoft’s Xbox ‘180.’ Here are the 5 biggest video game-related disappointments of 2013.
‘SimCity’ expansion pack Cities of Tomorrow asks questions of class, environment and resource exploitation… in the future.
One Redditor has created a Central Train Station mod for ‘SimCity’ that could be our first hint of the game’s potential for user generated content.
‘SimCity’ developer Maxis is once again teasing an offline mode for their simulation game, along with talking more about their upcoming user generated content support.
A recent Electronic Arts forum post from Maxis suggests the ‘SimCity’ developer might be looking to add mod and user generated content support to their game.