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Old Posted Nov 25, 2006, 12:11 AM
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City Life- World Edition

A new game in the City Life series:

City Life World Edition

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"City Life: World Edition is an updated version of City Life, featuring new maps, over 100 new buildings, famous landmarks from across the globe and a built-in content editor."












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Old Posted Dec 17, 2006, 7:25 PM
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Cool. But city life can still produce some of the world's ugliest skylines.
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That looks awful.
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@ the CN tower!
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I like hoe the Eiffel Tower is several hundred feet taller than Sears.
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yay, cartoonville. although that close-up of the Jin Mao's awesome, as are the Stalinist streetwalls.

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Looks like it needs a little work first.

The lighting on the Statue of Liberty is way too bright; looks like she's glowing. Plus, many landmarks aren't the right height.
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In my opinion, this game is... ugly; and not just the graphics. The streets, the textures, and all the stuff it has. But i like how the water looks like, and the fact that you can look the people in the streets.
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- The Eiffel Tower is not as Tall as the CN Tower
- The Sears Tower is not as Tall as the CN Tower
- The Jin Mao Building is not a vertical pyrmiad

Instead of making usless uncreative Landmarks, Make more new creative towers, like the ones in Sim City. These people need to take a trip to an actual city.

- Art Deco Towers Arent Always White and Gold
- Whats with the yucky oval/circle condos? Those dont even get built, I dont think they will ever! I hope! (look at the last shot)
- Black Boxes and Glass Boxes!! Where are those?
- Need More Modern Buildings! Like the small ones on the last pic
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