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hondaciv

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  1. Patch 2.0 notes leaked?

    No. But it's pretty close. Origins service duplicates Steam. Gamers who use Steam use Origin. Gamers who use Origin, use Steam. You can buy Sim City on Steam. Of course there are exceptions to the rules, but Steams survey pretty accuratly reflects Origins clients.
  2. Patch 2.0 notes leaked?

    Steam is an accurate reflection of what gamers are using. Not quite sure how you can say it's not a good measure. That doesn't make any sense at all.
  3. Patch 2.0 notes leaked?

    I'm not sure where you get your 50% number, but according to the Steam survey, only 8% of computers are running XP still.
  4. I'm playing a really large region (Eaton), and it's starting to crash more and more it seems. I have a large city, about 650k people, and that's the city it crashes most often in. Usually it's when I toggle between street view and subway view, or it will crash as the game is saving. I'll try closing Firefox next time I play. Firefox is a gigantic memory hog. Numbers ------- cpuSpeed = 4013 memory = 4096 freeMemory = 4096 screenWidth = 1920 screenHeight = 1200 screenBPP = 16 videoMemory = 2034 textureMemory = 2034 textureStages = 8 bogoFPS = 0 bogoMPPS = 0
  5. I'm actually exactly the opposite. Simcity 5 was the fist Simcity game I'd ever played. After finding it not challenging and full of bugs, and lacking features, I started looking into all the stuff previous simcity games had. The more I read what Simcity 4 had that simcity 5 DIDN'T have, the more I got mad. And after reading that last article about how all they could think about was what to take out of the game, I then realized simcity 5 was broken _by design_, and would never be fixed. I bought simcity 4, and havent played simcity 5 since.
  6. or do they? I have a large region, and started two cities. I can't figure out, however, how (if at all) cities influence each other as far as RCI. I know you can do neighborhood deals by buying or selling water/electricity,etc, but is that the extent of it? Can someone help me, or point me towards some reading? Thanks!
  7. What did you use instead? I'm afraid I will have to do the same thing.
  8. Mods including NAM, NWM, etc. Mods I found recommended on this site. So I build the above ground, street level tram. The tracks run down the center of the street with 2 lanes of road on either side. With these tiles, I am unable to "point" new buildings towards the new tram/road tiles. Am I making sense? How do I fix it? Thank you.
  9. Couple questions

    The ferry ferries people from one city to another. Be sure you have the cruise ship dock uprade. That's what brings tourists.
  10. Well, not exactly. Continue to build them like you've been building them, but store the processors instead of selling them. When you've stored enough of them, sell them all at once to get to that 1.6 million. The way to unlock it is trade ports/trade depots. Build as much storage as you need (you will need to do some math to figure out how much storage you will need). What you will do is store the processors. When you have enough stored up to hit that 1.6 million number, then at 12:01 AM, set all your trade ports/depots to export. If you've stored enough, you will hit 1.6 easily for the day. If u close ur trade port will trucks from the processor plant still deliver processors to the trade port? Don't close the trade port. Set your storage processor lots to "use locally"
  11. The way to unlock it is trade ports/trade depots. Build as much storage as you need (you will need to do some math to figure out how much storage you will need). What you will do is store the processors. When you have enough stored up to hit that 1.6 million number, then at 12:01 AM, set all your trade ports/depots to export. If you've stored enough, you will hit 1.6 easily for the day.
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