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What make you think police fixes aren't going to be in the free portion?The improvements to crime and police services should be part of the free patch, IMO.
So it's essentially broken and should be patched, not fixed through paid DLC. That's why it was nearly impossible to unlock the achievement for a high-crime rate unless you started a new city and tried your very hardest to make it as shitty as possible.
Don't get me wrong I'm definitely buying After Dark, but a broken feature in the base game shouldn't be a selling point of DLC, out of principle.
I'm quite positive that raising the limits or prepping them for modability is a lot easier than any other solution to allow bigger maps played than 8 to 9 tiles.Will increase the limit of building/zone/roads?
The court house should "handle" the police and prisoner case anyhow. One cannot put people into jail without justice system. It's against cimanity.With regards to Prisons, will there be a button one can press to transfer prisoners, or not allow new prisoners? I can see people placing a prison, then needing to move it, like other buildings, but not wanting to release all prisoners in said prison.
Can you make your text a little smaller, I could still read thisMonte Cristo had one of the best visions for a city simulator, too bad CXL had bugs and no trains (apart from metro). But man I loved playing the Ski resort mini-game in a city, by vision I mean those mini-games were awesome idea and the ski resort was modded to work as it was 99% ready. Oh and the ski-lifts were modded to gondola lifts/aerial tramways - it was fun to use them as public transport to high ground places. Anyhow long gone CXL.
One of my biggest peeves with this game was the economic simulation.Can you make your text a little smaller, I could still read this
Cities XL gets a lot of stick, a lot of it deserved, but you can put together some nice looking cities if you have patience. If only they could have got the simulation side working properly and replaced the citizen models.
The Trading is internalized now for off-line play.One of my biggest peeves with this game was the economic simulation.
To get a working city, you needed to trade resources (the first iteration even required a subscription, or you couldn't trade).
I'm guessing the same system is still in place?
Why would they need a court house, since dev stated that the cim-police is never wrong or corrupted, they simple catch the criminal and put him to jail It´s actually quite an effective legal system to jump past convicting them... Wish CO started training police in real life so false convictions would be a thing of the past ;-)The court house should "handle" the police and prisoner case anyhow. One cannot put people into jail without justice system. It's against cimanity.