Natural Disasters features a catalog of catastrophes to challenge mayor-players everywhere, including planning with early warning systems and emergency routes, devastating and destructive disaster effects, and caring for the populace as they struggle to rebuild.Read full description
Natural Disasters features a catalog of catastrophes to challenge mayor-players everywhere, including planning with early warning systems and emergency routes, devastating and destructive disaster effects, and caring for the populace as they struggle to rebuild. The expansion will also update Cities: Skylines with a new scenario editor and gameplay mode, allowing players to finally win – or lose – the game on their own terms.
Natural Disasters will include:
How many can you name urban simulation, which forced you to spend your time in them a lot of time? Of course, many will be called SimCity 4, SimCity 3000 or even City Life (yes, it's a good strategy, among other things). However, the era of the game is over and play in the old SimCity end of the 1990s, few people will. Of course,there are those who will take and set the shaggy SimCity 4 of 2003 on its komplyudahter and will build there the metropolis, but whatever it was, and the relevance of these games nowadays almost no and modern players interested in such an old game just very complicated. Here comes into play Cities: Skylines.Cities: Skylines - SimCity 4 is the present day, if not better. Skylines is a great town-planning simulator, which has almost everything you need: replayability, addictive and exciting gameplay and modern graphics. There can not be bored, even after 10 o'clock the construction of the city; always have chem-is engaged in: to improve system of roads and other infrastructure (power lines from the system to the water channels), complete construction of the building, demolish the old areas to improve, plan the budget, to introduce new laws. Swing is where. Especially in road construction. Here the developers are not only gave vent to imagination, and did so,that the slightest misstep player in the planning of roads, the city may experience traffic jams that cause problems, and their solution will have to seriously work hard.
This dlc is pretty nice. It adds random natural disasters to your city. The system works pretty well, but I can't help but feel while this is a worthy addition to the game, it is not a worthy buy. You see, the game constantly goes on sale for half the price of this dlc. Maybe if they were asking a lower price, things would be different. However, as it is, only buy this if you have a lot of money to spare.
This game has problems though, it has to be said. I have experienced problems during my play time, mainly around the stability on my PC, especially seeing as I am not running your typical /r/pcmasterrace beast machine. Asides from the occational lapse of framerate, crashes can occur. In the past, I have been left with a few hours of progress wiped because of foolishly not saving my progress. Collosial Order seem to have fixed this as crashes seem to happen less frequently then it used to but I do still see a occasional drop of FPS in my game, but again, I am not running an epic PC. Thinking of it, this game is so addicting that I have had to force myself to save or enable autosave. But that's really it, a lot of pros and a few tiny cons. Cities: Skylines is a must have for gamers who like Simulation games, City Builders, Moddable games and a whole lot of mircomanaging. I highly recommend buying the game with the extra DLCs. Although it will set you back a bit more, you will be supporting future development of the game and the extra features are mostly worth it. Think of it as a virtual highfive to the devs.
This dlc is perfect for any sadistic gamer who finds is fun to let people die just for your enjoyment.Like me ! Best game ever
I am continually impressed by Cities Skylines updates and expansion packs. Each expansion is feature rich and builds on ALL of the base features. most all of the fluff features (like themes) are included in free updates, but even the free updates have added features! For instance the full landscaping tools, that was free, the Natural Disasters expansion has earthquakes and sinkholes, and you must to use the landscape tools to repair the damage. Natural disasters also includes buildings like a Radar tower so you can get advance warnings of storms, storm shelters for people to go to, and emergency response buildings. I was not expecting so many additional and useful buildings! The one con I have with this expansion is that the random disasters setting is a game wide setting and not specific to individual city. So if you have an old city that you want to keep growing disaster free you must remember to disable the disasters before playing it. Conversely if you start by playing one of the disaster scenarios it will have the disasters turned on, but then on save and reload it will ask you if you want to turn the global setting on, it just seems odd to me, nothing major.
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