Originally Posted by Steve Dallas
There is the whole issue of making it online only, however I don't have a huge problem with that. It's making sure you can continue to play if the servers go down that's the issue. If the servers stay active, and there is some recovery where your local game still gets saved then synced later when connection is re-esablished...well, that's what I'd really want.
I wasn't planning on buying Sim City for this reason, just like I passed on Diablo III. I shouldn't have to be online to play a game like Sim City. It should be an option, or local w/ sync like you suggested. But I hate that I have to rely on always having an internet connection, and then rely on their servers being up to play it.
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