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Reviewed: Sim City 3000 Unlimited
Developer: Maxis
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Genre Type: City Builder
ESP: $34.99 Buy Sim City 3000 Unlimited from Gamestop
Required System: P166MHz, 32MB RAM, 450MB, 2MB Videocard, DX7.0a, Win95+
Reviewer's System: C400MHz @ 450MHz, 128MB RAM, GeForce 256 DDR, Vortex2, DX7.0a, Win98
Related Games: Sim City, Sim City 2000
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Overall Rating:br> Author: Chris Kim       Date: July 12th, 2000
Page: 1

Game Review:

Building is one of the activities that humans have enjoyed from the beginning of life. Ever since the first man set foot on earth, he has enjoyed and wanted to build and construct new things. Even today, we as a human race cannot completely stop building and creating new things. Since childhood, we've been exposed to construction of new things. Take the example of legos, it promotes creativity and construction of some sort of object. One of these constructions that led to something amazing was the computer. This computer allowed humans to create one of the most advanced tools to help them in everyday tasks such as finding information and writing compositions. It allowed for tasks that would take far too long by hand, to be accomplished in a few minutes on the computer. This creativity opened the doors for more possibilities, it led to what would become one of the futures of PCs: gaming. PCs have always been advanced in nature and fun to play around with. Games only further proved this by creating a cyber universe to further immerse the player in. Then, came the release of one of the biggest games ever, Sim City, which pushed the creativity of gamers to the edge.

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Added:  Wednesday, July 12, 2000
Reviewer:  Chris Kim
Page: 1/5

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