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Cities: Skylines - Concerts

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Available on:PCAug 17, 2017

Developer: Colossal Order

Publisher: Paradox Interactive

Genres: Simulation, Strategy

Cities: Skylines - Concerts is a mini-expansion for the award-winning city builder that gives players the power to plan and present major concerts. Featuring music and images from Rock, EDM, and Pop/Folk bands - as well as a new music-focused radio station - Concerts brings a more melodic component to the sounds of city life. With Concerts, putting on a great show is about more than just the music. From new buildings to host your headliners to festival management options that encourage ticket sales, creating advertising campaigns, driving band popularity, optimizing security budgets and more, Concerts puts players in control of everything from the front of house to backstage. Cities: Skylines - Concerts includes: - New music from in-game bands: - NESTOR, Elijha MOTi, and Lily La Roux add their musical gifts to the Cities: Skylines soundtrack via the new music-focused radio station “Live”. 100% music with no interruptions! - New Festival Area Building: - Level-up your festival grounds to accommodate better shows and bigger crowds. - New Music Related Buildings: - Bring the music downtown with the new Music Club, spread the word about upcoming concerts with the new media broadcast building, and hang out at the Fan Zone Area to get your festival-related merch. - Concert-focused City Ordinances: - Support your festival ambitions with new laws and budget options to promote concerts and monetize the crowds.

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Cities: Skylines - Concerts Reviews

Of all of Cities: Skylines' DLC, Concerts adds the least to the experience. Perhaps the price tag went into audio licensing, but Colossal Order and Paradox should have come up with more content to package with these songs to justify making this a paid DLC. As it stands, barring a huge price cut or sale, or just requiring the full Cities experience, there's no reason to pick up this DLC.

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