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Review: Cities: Skylines (Switch)

While not being a particularly powerful console, the Nintendo Switch has managed well with demanding games. You can somehow play both 2016’s Doom and last year's Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus on the device and it isn’t an abso...

 
 
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American Truck Simulator goes to Oregon next week

I've never dipped my toes into the truck-driving-simulation life, but then, American Truck Simulator has never spoken to me as directly as it does with the soon-to-launch Oregon expansion. I want to drive over Portland's many bridges withou...

 
 
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Slime Rancher is getting a free VR mode

Folks have been clamoring for Slime Rancher in virtual reality, and I definitely see the appeal. The aesthetic is simple enough that it wouldn't lose much in the transfer, the gameplay is a natural fit in terms of pacing, and the slimes wou...

 
 
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Cities: Skylines is out today for Nintendo Switch

A little city management might just hit the spot on Nintendo Switch. During today's Nintendo Direct, Paradox and Tantalus announced a surprise release for Cities: Skylines - Nintendo Switch Edition. The new version sports a user interface ...

 
 
 
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City builder Anno 1800 looks like a nice change of pace

Ubisoft Blue Byte is heading to the 19th century for its upcoming city builder Anno 1800. Previously dated for winter 2018, the historical game has now settled into a February 26, 2019 launch on PC. It should be a nice break from the recent...

 
 
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An aquarium management sim seems like a good idea

Sim game developer Twice Circled has moved from the world of pharmaceutical conglomerates to fish keeping. The studio's next title, Megaquarium, is a tycoon game about running a public aquarium. A lot more work goes into keeping a healthy ...

 
 
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Review: Pocket City

In the early years of the app store, back before freemium titles starting raking in millions through microtransactions, EA released a decent if feature-poor version of Sim City 3000 simply titled Sim City for iPhone. If you go in ...

 
 
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Bee Simulator looks like a nice low-key game

Increasingly, there's a simulator out there for everyone. Some people like farming. Others manage cities. A bunch of folks enjoy hauling cargo across Europe and America. I'm partial to flipping crummy houses. These experiences might seem to...

 
 
 
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Jurassic World Evolution hits one million sales

Frontier Developments has announced that its hit dino theme park simulator Jurassic World Evolution has reached a combined sales total of one million units. This is factoring in the PS4, Xbox One and PC releases along with digital sales fig...

 
 
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Two Point Hospital is full of puns, patients, and pedigree

Hospitals have always been a major part of my life. I was born with a rare skin disease that goes by many names but the one I've most heard it referred to as is Giant Congenital Nevus. In layman's terms, the disease is an over pigmentation ...

 
 
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Slime Rancher now has bots to help automate your day

Some people become obsessed with automating processes or otherwise improving their efficiency in video games, and I can completely sympathize. Today's Automatic Update for Slime Rancher caters to that exact mindset by adding programmable dr...

 
 
 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam key for PC Building Simulator

Yo, I heard you like giveaways for wacky simulation games so I put another giveaway for a wacky simulation game up the day after another giveaway for a wacky simulation game. Today's offering should provide the meta-commentary on PC gaming ...

 
 
 
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Review: Jurassic World Evolution

First, you build the park and hire staff, then you begin expeditions in search of fossils and mosquitoes trapped in amber. Then comes creating new life from something long dead millions of years ago, all while ignoring the opinions of someo...

 
 
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Review in Progress: Jurassic World Evolution

Chaos theory, at its core, is simply a mathematical view and model in which anything can end up drastically different within a dynamic system. Or as one Dr. Ian Malcolm once said: “The shorthand is the butterfly effect. A butterfly ca...

 
 
 
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Review: House Flipper

There's no shortage of highly-specialized simulator games on Steam, but none of have spoken to me quite like the promise of House Flipper, a first-person sim in which you clean, fix, paint, and furnish rooms for well-meaning clients before ...

 
 
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Don't let Happy Birthdays slip under your radar

I have such a soft spot for Arc System Works and Toybox Inc.'s little ecosystem simulation game Birthdays the Beginning. It just gets me, y'know? Fiddling with terrain levels to create seas and mountains that in turn affect climate change a...

 
 
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Bus Simulator 18 has a multiplayer mode that sounds rad

I can't say that I've been eyeing Bus Simulator 18 all this time. I'm not really a fan of all these random "simulator" titles that exist, but they can provide a bit of fun to a very specific niche. The latest addition to the upcoming bus fo...

 
 
 
 




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