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SimCity DS: What's that thing doing there?

2007-02-09 11:25:00  ยท  Papa Niero
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Konichiwa! EA has released new images of the Japanese version of SimCity DS, which appears to be an cutesy adaptation of Simcity 3000 on dual display with touch screen controls. The game is scheduled for release in February 22 in Japan to ensure nobody buys this for their loved one on Valentine's Day.

While browsing the new photos we spotted the scariest looking Japanese school girl ever put in a video game. He's like a tranny asian remix of Dhalsim and Jessica Simpson. Mr. Wright seems equally amused, so we're lucky it cuts off at the torso. My sharp translation skills have concluded that this must be one of the new natural distasters you'll face. More oddities follow below.

This game looks fun and I can't wait to buy it again for the fourth time and only play it for a week. I'm also popping pills and sweating at the edge of my seat waiting for a DS version of Populous so that I can eternally put them in a drawer at the exact same time.




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