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    Cyburbia Administrator Dan's avatar
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    I want it, and so do you. Admit it.

    SimCity 4. When this thing comes out, that's it ... I'm scrapping the mobo for one that can addomodate dual Athlon processors.









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    I didn't until now!

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    Great...just what I need to get over my Civilization addiction

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    What's this?

    I spotted off street parking on those mid-rise apartments. Too bad they don't connect to the streets though...

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    Drooling

    I just started making my Christmas Wish List!

    They should come out with a version that I can play on my PS2, I'd love to have Sim City on a 27 inch screen!
    When Jesus said "love your enemies", he probably didn't mean kill them.

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    Cool. When is it scheduled to come out?

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    Brain goes into boil mode oh god Sim CITY!!!!!

    *looks at her Civ game and ponders*

    drools and makes small grunting sounds, must have new sim game must have it...
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    Wow!

    First time poster here......

    I am definitely looking forward to SimCity 4! My current obsession has been SimGolf - a lot of fun, and certainly mindless! Anyone else played that?

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    Member Glomer's avatar
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    Copying Planderella's Post....

    WHEN DOES IT COME OUT??? I'm counting the minutes.

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    The best info I could find was fall/winter 2002.
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    My Sims will become homeless and the neighborhood will become a ghetto when this puppy comes out...
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    The Sims is a great game. I love when the neighbors come over, walk into a room and OHH MY GOD...What happened to the door!! They cant get out. If they dont get out soon, they may die! muhahaha

    Those graphics look realy good and is that why we shouldnt build cities at the foot of an active volcano?

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