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The game's online features and services will allow players to create interconnected cities on virtual and persistent planets. Mayors can share and trade with one another, specialize their economy and team up with befriended cities to create sprawling metropolises. Life on the planet will be punctuated by events and competitions - a concert held in one town may, for example, be attended by visitors from other areas who can also enjoy a walk around the city to admire the urban creations of multiple players. By combining a fantastic single-player game with the social and multiplayer aspects of an MMO, CITIES XL will shape the future of the genre by offering more variety, bigger cities and multiple gameplay layers.
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|Focus Home announce Cities XL 2012, releases this Oct... (1)|
|All-new city building is on the way with Cities XL 2012, which is compatible with the 2011 edition. Focus Home reveal it's got 60 3D maps to choose from.
They say "content is key" to the new instalment, and it offers a "staggering" 1,000 unique buildings. They've got "stunning new playgrounds" to build in.
|Posted: 13.07.2011 by Technet2k|
|UK "very difficult to sell" PC titles (1)|
|Focus Home Interactive, creator of Cities XL, has said the UK retail scene for PC is "impossible" for the small publisher to profit - had to go digital.
PC "does not have the place" it once had with retailers, and the same goes for the US. Digital outperforming boxed is "no surprise", given the neglect.
|Posted: 22.11.2010 by Technet2k|
|Cities XL developer Monte Cristo Games closes doors "... (3)|
|France-based Monte Cristo Games will be closing down this week they announce, following the failure of their MMO-based Cities XL.
A subscription-based urban city builder, Cities XL was thought to be a successor to SimCity, but numbers weren't on the studios side.
|Posted: 28.05.2010 by Technet2k|
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