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#ActualKarsten_

Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:34 AM

Exactly, my issue isnt with requiring a connection now... it is what happens once EA turns off the server once the product reaches end of life.
Sure the gamer zombie masses will slowly march to the next games in the meantime, but what about those who liked playing this game? Will they have to go back to SimCity 2000?
If you work at EA currently and have any say in the matter, your due diligence should really be in warning about this.

There is currently no system in place protecting gamers against *idiots* in the gaming industry and it is getting quite worrying. Though I am quite sure that SimCity is going to do very well... *sigh*

#4Karsten_

Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:19 AM

Exactly, my issue isnt with requiring a connection now... it is what happens once EA turns off the server once the product reaches end of life.
Sure the gamer zombie masses will slowly march to the next games in the meantime, but what about those who liked playing this game? Will they have to go back to SimCity 2000?
If you work at EA currently and have any say in the matter, your due diligence should really be in warning about this.

There is currently no system in place protecting gamers against *IDIOTS* in the gaming industry and it is getting quite worrying.

#3Karsten_

Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:19 AM

Exactly, my issue isnt with requiring a connection now... it is what happens once EA turns off the server once the product reaches end of life.
Sure the gamer zombie masses will slowly march to the next games in the meantime, but what about those who liked playing this game? Will they have to go back to SimCity 2000?
If you work at EA currently and have any say in the matter, your due diligence should really be in warning about this.

There is currently no system in place protecting gamers against *IDIOTS* in the gaming industry.

#2Karsten_

Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:18 AM

Exactly, my issue isnt with requiring a connection now... it is what happens once EA turns off the server once the product reaches end of life.

Sure the gamer zombie masses will slowly march to the next games in the meantime, but what about those who liked playing this game? Will they have to go back to SimCity 2000?

If you work at EA currently and have any say in the matter, your due diligence should really be in warning about this.

#1Karsten_

Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:17 AM

My issue isnt with requiring a connection now... it is what happens once EA turns off the server once the product reaches end of life.

Sure the gamer zombie masses will slowly march to the next games in the meantime, but what about those who liked playing this game? Will they have to go back to SimCity 2000?

If you work at EA currently and have any say in the matter, your due diligence should really be in warning about this.

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