EA Announces The SimCity Box

Posted: Apr 11 2008, 7:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:20am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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EA announced the SimCity Box which is a bundle pack containing five games from the SimCity franchise. SimCity is one of those games that most PC gamers have played at one time or another that lets you build up your own civilization.

The bundle includes five different games including SimCity Societies, SimCity Societies Destinations, SimCity 4, SimCity 4 Rush Hour and The Sims Carnival SnapCity. The price of the box set is $39.99 and if all the games are bought separately is $100.00.

"The SimCity Box is the perfect opportunity to discover the fun of city building with SimCity," said Rod Humble, Head of Studio for The Sims. "This is the greatest value SimCity has ever offered and players everywhere can get hands-on with a wide range of SimCity products from one box at an amazing price."

Via EA

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