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Posts tagged “Cities In Motion”

Simulated City: Cities In Motion 2 In Motion, Too

The law of YouTube game trailer comments: amidst all the poison, the inexplicable arguments about race and the depressing evidence that learning the three simple rules of apostrophe usage really is beyond most of the English-speaking world, there will be one person claiming that witnessing footage of this videogame caused him to ejaculate there and then. Step forward excited Cities In Motion 2 fan Drag0nfoxx,…

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Gearing Up: Cities In Motion 2 Alpha Signup

It seems like only last week that London's motion and commotion became a DLC package for the original Cities in Motion, and that's because it was. I've never played the original but I have had a sneaky peek at the follow up, for which Paradox have just begun an alpha sign up process. The actual alpha should start on December 10th and from what I've…

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Congestion Charge: Cities In Motion: London

Surprisingly popular transport management game Cities In Motion has been regularly updated with DLC, and its latest lump of transport extras contains the ingredients necessary to keep London's commuters in motion, with bright red buses, the Gherkin, the Eye, and Buckingham Palace, as well as new scenarios and so forth to suit London's vehicular travel context. The trailer (below) fails to show us London's bowels…

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On The Buses: Cities In Motion 2

Cities In Motion makes me feel queasy. Not the game itself, the title. Can you imagine how awful that would be? Buildings bobbing up and down, roads undulating as you tried to drive on them, children's playgrounds drifting toward dangerous back alleys. And on a larger scale, York might crash into Harrogate, and there'd be carnage. Cities should stay perfectly still, thank you. But my…

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Paradox Will Trade Cities In Motion For Your Thoughts

If the barter system existed across the board for games this wouldn't be worth mentioning, but until the day we're released from the bonds of the current economic system, in about two weeks, it's still an unusual move: Paradox Interactive is giving away a copy of the really rather decent Cities in Motion on Gamer's Gate to the people who take the 20 or so…

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Cities In Motion Moves To New York!

And also to San Francisco! The urban transport management game is getting a US-focused expansion on the 17th of January, and transport within New York and 'Frisco are the subjects of its desires. Needless to say there will be American landmarks and buildings in there, as context for your hot commuter-related management action. Quintin remained fairly unmoved by the game back when it was about…

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Cities In Motion Is Out, Detailed Trailer

Forget dragons and cyborgs! Cities In Motion has detailed transport infrastructure! Also, it's out, and there's a release trailer posted below to prove it. Furthermore... well, that makes me realise that we haven't properly critically evaluated it as yet. It's certainly due a going over. Perhaps one of the Jim-clones can be woken from their cryogenic stasis to do it while I go off to…

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Jazz And Trams: Cities In Motion Dated

Today's finest music in a trailer is... the unlikely jazzy elevator music that is featured in the Cities In Motion "Tram" trailer. Does the game feature this music? If so, sign me up. The video shows some light-rail tram infrastructure being installed. Also. So. Hot. In related news, the game is out on 22nd of Feb. Additionally, the open beta is still "in motion". See?…

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Cities In Motion Is Moved To Open Beta

Totally hot for transport infrastructure? Me too! We should totally get together and test Paradox's new transport management game, Cities In Motion. Hey, we can even sign up here, because the open beta has, conveniently, just started. The client is here. Quintin's impressions of the game are here. Why not see if they match up with your own? (They won't, because Quinns is a haywire…

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Some Impressions: Cities In Motion

Cities in Motion! It's a transport tycoon game from Paradox that's due out at the tail-end of next month. I've been playing with the latest build, and I actually have a problem with the game's title. It should clearly have been called Cities in Gridlock, or Cities Keeping Perfectly Still. What I'm saying here is that I am bad at Cities in Motion.

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Underground, Overground: Cities In Motion

It's been a while since people who like transportation systems have been well catered for by PC gaming. Paradox have seen that gap and now they're sliding into it like a gelatinous cube of game development in a slick tube of publishing. This trailer for Cities In Motion shows off their metro system, which looks rather pretty, and also has a lovely underground mode which…

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Training Day: Cities In Motion Beta Signup

Could incredibly mundane-sounding games be RPS's secret vice? Does being boring count as a vice? I'm not sure. We posted about Cities In Motion's launch trailer back in August, but it's a transport tycoon game scheduled for release as early as Q1 2011. As of today, Paradox has announced that anyone interested in getting in on the beta can do so right here, so long…

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You Can Be Slow Or Fast: Cities In Motion

Paradox have announced a lot today, which we'll get back to shortly - but the trailer to Cities In Motion especially caught my eye. It's a transport-simulation game, set in Europe across 100 years from 1920 and generally covers pretty much any way that people get objects from A to B. Bar gyrocopters, which is only me, at night, in my alter ego of the…

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