SimCity Creator Coming To Wii And Nintendo DS

Posted: May 30 2008, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:26am CDT, in News | Gaming


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EA announced this week that a new SimCity title would be coming to the Nintendo Wii and DS game systems as an exclusive title. The game is called SimCity Creator and is described as an open-ended game that is highly creative.

The game will allow users to create and destroy cities and is promised to be the most light-hearted and accessible game from the SimCity franchise. The title is set to ship on September 22nd in North America and September 19th in Europe and Asia.

"SimCity Creator for the Wii and Nintendo DS brings two separate, delightful new ways to create, enjoy and destroy your own cities," said Rod Humble, Head of Studio for The Sims Label. "On the Wii, for the first time in the SimCity franchise, you will have the ability to build curved roads and differently shaped zones allowing you to make more authentic places all utilizing the motions of the Wii remote. Employing the new city advisor system, you will be able to make the game as complex or simple as you want. On Nintendo DS, we will give you the ability to make a city develop through time and to overcome the different challenges each era of urban development presents. I know both long-time and new SimCity players will enjoy these innovative experiences in SimCity Creator starting this September!"

Via EA

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