Given the limited space that EA Maxis expects prospective city managers to construct in, one might be forgiven for thinking that there's not much room for bizarre experimentation in SimCity. This is not quite true, however, as a fellow named Miguel has shown by building an absolutely ludicrous highway.
Watching the video almost made me interested in the game, and not because I want to purchase a title crippled by DRM or whatever you want to call it, rather it's because, just for a second, I forgot I was looking at SimCity, and thought I was looking at a very pretty modern update of Rollercoaster Tycoon -- a game that isn't terrible.
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