Daniel Rivas


4 games reviewed
70.0 average score
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This DLC is not limited to just aesthetic changes, but brings in a lot of mechanical changes, ranging from transport to citizen care, and even a whole industry. [i]Sunset Harbor[i/] offers the means to make your city one that stands out from the rest, and delivers more for the environment and your citizens. If you want to take your city building to the next level, this is a must-have DLC pack.

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Mar 27, 2020

Although the newly designed buildings and overall aesthetic differences to Cities Skylines are a welcome change, one cannot help but feel there is a large degree of missed opportunity and overall lost potential, with the aforementioned designs changes as well as the disappointing, and limited new set of maps.

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Mar 27, 2020

While hindered by the frustrations of a confusing tutorial, and at times clunky controls, Parklife still manages to provide something fans of Cities: Skylines will enjoy.

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8 / 10 - Mutazione
Oct 7, 2019

The world of Mutiazone is full of life and drama, and its interesting scandal-filled story and engaging characters do a fantastic job of conveying this story in a way that leaves you genuinely invested in the characters and the island itself. Although the world can feel a little small and repetitive at times, the soundtrack and beautiful visuals ensure that the player stays entertained and longing for even more at the story's conclusion.

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