- Mar 2, 2020
It really depends on what you mean by "game sense". The trolleybus mechanic and capacity is almost identical to regular (or biofuel) busses, so they would not add anything new for someone who plays by making the most efficient city possible, for example. But for most people, the look of the city matters at least somewhat. For people termed "painters", the way they play the game is by focusing on the look of the city over anything else. This would add to their gameplay experience if they want to build, or be inspired by, one of the many cities that feature, or have featured, trolleybusses.I already stated exactly what you stated. The only positives I'm reading are just like yours...the real life scenarios. Not game play. No, you and others talk about how great trolleybusses are in real life. Not once have I read an argument why they make any "game sense" at all. We have trolleybusses already. They are just a different form of propulsion. And I'm not paying full price for a DLC that only provides a different form of propulsion for a bus. That I'm not paying for, not full price. I can easily wait until the holiday sale for this DLC. I have half of it now in the form of mods and the other half, I'm not going to use or am not that thrilled about anyway.
Now, @KappaLappa can you tell me why trolleybusses make any 'game sense' whatsoever?
Your response by the way is so precious! I love it!
I understand how it would not add to your gameplay, but do you not see all the different ways people play cities skylines? Trolleybusses are just one of the things included in the DLC, with many features also included that are much more "function" based.