ERBAUEN SIE STÄDTE, GESTALTEN SIE EINE GANZE WELT Bei Cities XL Platinum können Sie Städte aller nur erdenklichen Formen und Größen auf dem Cities XL-Planeten designen, erbauen und miteinander verbinden!Erbauen Sie noch beeindruckendere Städte als jemals zuvor! Bei Cities XL Platinum erwartet Sie eine riesige Auswahl an über 1.
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Veröffentlichung: 6. Feb. 2013

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Bei Cities XL Platinum können Sie Städte aller nur erdenklichen Formen und Größen auf dem Cities XL-Planeten designen, erbauen und miteinander verbinden!
Erbauen Sie noch beeindruckendere Städte als jemals zuvor! Bei Cities XL Platinum erwartet Sie eine riesige Auswahl an über 1.000 Gebäuden und Bauwerken (darunter 50 brandneue Strukturen), die Sie nach Belieben auf mehr als 60 gigantischen Karten mit verschiedenen Terrains und unglaublich vielen Details platzieren können.

Übernehmen Sie die Rolle eines virtuellen Bürgermeisters und stellen Sie sich der Lösung der Probleme, vor denen alle Städteplaner heutzutage stehen, zum Beispiel Energieknappheit oder öffentlicher Nahverkehr. Tragen Sie den wachsenden Ansprüchen Ihrer Bürger Rechnung und finden Sie die perfekte Balance aus verschiedenen Faktoren wie Wohnungsbau sowie Erholungs - und Arbeitsangeboten. Spezialisieren Sie Ihre Städte und bauen Sie ein Handelsnetzwerk mit Nachbarstädten auf, um dank eines ständig komplexer werdenden Netzwerks von Metropolen Ihren finanziellen Erfolg im großen Rahmen zu sichern!


  • Über 1.000 verschiedene Gebäude
  • 60 gigantische Karten
  • Kümmern Sie sich um die Anliegen Ihrer Bürger: Arbeitsplätze, Wohnraum, Freizeit und noch vieles mehr
  • Managen Sie einen großen Wirtschaftsraum


    • Processor: AMD/INTEL 2.5 GHZ
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 9 GB HD space
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28 von 35 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
46.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Oktober 2015
Let's face it; this is quite similar to all the other city games; so there is not really that much to say on the gameplay.

I enjoy play this game, because it is extremely simple. You start, get your buildings unlocked and wait that people get in the city; then they start to demand jobs, and you create industrial areas; then you unlock the skilled workers (office people), and once they flock in your city, you give them some office areas, and so on until you unlock the whole array of buildings.

There are plenty, but mostly they are the same type, just with higher density. It is fun to see how the city grow, but at one point you hit the wall, where you have no more money to continue to grow. The biggest flaw of this game is that it give you plenty to start, but then it doesn't teach you how to get revenues. You may want to try various tactics before you get what you expect; this is time consuming at times, so the newbies may get surprised to see the city grow so fast, and then see that they can't do anything else because the money coming in are barely covering for the structures that you have (in particular public structures take quite a lot of few hospital and you will see the bill!).

Gameplay is fun; not sure why peopllpl don't enjoy the game...if you expect to get a masterpiece, keep in mind that not even Sim City from Maxis was able to give you a decent experience. The game is worth the discounted price, but if you pay it full price, you may be a bit disappointed.
Performances are great; some framerate drop happens here and there but no crash nor problems that cause you to get stuck. Graphics are great; compared to Sim City from Maxis and most of the other city games. Zoom in at street level and you will get a smile on your face.

City size is not an issue, and you can trade too, which is something interesting to do; here you don't have meteorites but you have to deal with class balancing; waste management and overall keep an eye to not make a residential area close to a dump and expec that people won't complain.
AI is quite good too, looks realistic, and respond to changes; although keep in mind that it is still a sim city AI type, so keep that in mind.

OVerall, if you never played Cities XL, give it a try, it is worth 10 bucks. If you want something super polished and optimized; there is actually not really that much out there, beside Cities Skyline, which is another good game but it is not leap and bounds ahead of this.

6.5 out of 10 for me.
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10 von 14 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
161.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Oktober 2015
A good strategy game. You build your towns and make them growing up. However, you can not "connect" your towns, except for trade, because you can only build one town on each map so the game can become boring.... . You have no multiplayers mode and no steam achievements, only the steam cloud can be used and you can take some screenshots. In your town, you lead everything : traffic, money, jobs, constructs, activities of the citizens, etc etc... there is always something to do or check. As well, there are alot of different maps. Some of them are very difficult, because of a lack of resources for example. Anyway, it's a pretty nice game with however some little negative points that can deteriorate the overall impression about the game.

Graphics : 2,5/5
Theme, Universe : 3/5
Gameplay : 3/5
Game modes : 4,5/5

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12 von 18 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
256.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. September 2015
At the time of writing this review I do not yet own Cities XXL or Skylines, so for me, this is the best city builder I have in my collection (which includes Banished, Anno 2070, Cities 2008, Tropico 4, as well as RTS builders like Red Alert 3 and AofE) ... and I love it!

The graphics are incredibly beautiful and you can zoom in right up close to the action (like Google Streetview) to capture some amazing screenies of your city. Day or night, it is very entertaining to check out all the wacky goings on of your inhabitants. You can select a car, pedestrian, truck, or train and follow it around the map. Travelling along the train tracks will allow you to explore the world of tunnels and underground stations you have constructed.

There's a lot of micro-mangement of all aspects your city (including trade between other players and cities youve built) - some may not like this aspect of the game but I find it quite enjoyable and challenging. This is a massive game with lots to do to keep you entertained for endless hours.

There are plenty of gigantic maps and hundreds of buildings to choose from. Additionally, the Cities player community is quite extensive and there are countless mods to help you construct the city of your dreams.

I bought this game on special ($15) long before XXL was released. I hear there is little difference between the two games, bar a few bug fixes, performance improvement, and a couple of new buildings. I think if you are on a tight budget and can grab this version on a super sale (say $5) then it is still worth buying if you can't afford Cities XXL.
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28 von 50 Personen (56%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
5.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. August 2015
This game is a mess, once you reach a certain point the game gets extream lag and is unplayable
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Dezember 2015
Don't let my low amount of time on this game fool you; it's basically the same game as its previous iterations; this is just the one now solely available on Steam. I put dozens of hours into the 2012 edition and got this for about three bucks.

Now then, that said. Is this game anywhere near as good as Cities: Skylines (my 2015 Game of the Year)? Of course not. Not by half. But there's more to it than that.

See, XL has one thing Skylines doesn't; a beautifully interconnected resource economy that makes building specialized cities so much more rewarding. You can build a breadbasket city on a map with a ton of fertile land, an oil town, a manufacturing center, a tourist paradise...and the oversupply in one city is demand in another. Is the trading sim as robust as Grand Ages Medieval or any of Gaming Minds' maritime trade sims? No, but it's not supposed to be.

Skylines is the builder I reach for when I'm after a "classic" SimCity-like experience. I go for XL when I want to build something on a bigger scale, more like a nation than a city (in that sense, "XL" is an appropriate word for it. Extra-large, indeed.)

As I write this, it's on sale for four bucks. Anything from about $7 downward is a good value proposition for any game in this series. It's not as good as Skylines (not much is), but it's still worth playing for what it gets right.
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