The great Window to the West and Russia’s second largest city, Saint Petersburg, provides many new challenges. With the River Neva flowing in the center and the banks of the Griboyedov Canal cutting through miles of the urban landscape,Read full description
The great Window to the West and Russia’s second largest city, Saint Petersburg, provides many new challenges. With the River Neva flowing in the center and the banks of the Griboyedov Canal cutting through miles of the urban landscape, St Petersburg will be a stern test for any desktop transportation mogul.
The traditional trolley buses offer a new mode of transport and give the city a unique atmosphere as they maneuver their way around the Baroque and neoclassical architecture. A new campaign consisting of three all-new scenarios highlights key points in St. Petersburg's history while presenting the player with interesting and challenging tasks.
New vehicle type: trolley buses
A campaign with three new scenarios
A large map of St. Petersburg with unique landmarks
Cities in Motion is required to play this DLC.
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Cities in Motion is by far my favourite city sim game. And even though I do not agree with Paradox's "DLC spam" strategy this is a great DLC. It adds St Petersburg as a chaice of city. There are a lot of retextured buildings and even new ones as well. It is really enjoyable to see the city slowly grow. Even though the DLC is great, the price isn't all that fair. Five dollars for one city? I would say maybe. But if it is on sale it's a definite buy.
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