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I wouldn’t call myself an avid gamer. I dabble in platformers, roguelikes and co-operative games. I’ll indulge an RPG to let its story sweep me off my feet. But I hold fast to a gaming PC for one reason, and one reason only: to play the epic urban planning simulator Cities: Skylines. 46 hours into the new sequel, I’ve founded no fewer than twelve cities, terribly mismanaged roads, and spawned utter industrial pollution. But I’ve loved every minute of it.
So if you’re anything like
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