Only $8.99. Just as consumer friendly as ever.
Here is the EA video for this "awesome pack" if you are too lazy to click the link:
nice , i have been a fan from the beginning.
17th June 2002
YEAH! Y'know, when I was deciding not to by SimCity, one of the main reasons for that was that it didn't have blimps! It had nothing to do with the metric fuckton of other problems that still haven't been solved.
£8.99, for blimps? Really?
This springs to mind;
Every summer where I live, you can go on a REAL hot air balloon for $8...
EA don't do real hot air balloons.
If they did, they'd also be $8 to go up in one.
You can then optionally buy the 'landing add-on pack' for $39.99
Looking forward to this being released for mac at the beginning of August,it will definantly be on my list of games to buy
groddy;5704832Looking forward to this being released for mac at the beginning of August,it will definantly be on my list of games to buy
Bare in mind that, as soon as EA decide they can't be bothered to run the servers for it, you'll never be able to play it again.
And that's been known to be in as short a time frame as 3-5 years recently, so, it's food for thought. To be honest, you're better off with the old Sim City games, no DRM crap to contend with.
Simcity 2000 was the best of the lot could not put that game down for months
I refuse to buy any of the DLCs on principle. The fact that they charge money for an addon that is supposed to fix some of the outrageous traffic issues this game has by default is laughable. This is patch material, not a DLC.