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NewsSimCity Burning: A Warning... on The Dangers of Always-Online DRM PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Mar-13 11:39 
GeneralRe: SimCity Burning: A Warning... on The Dangers of Always-Online DRM PinmvpDave Kreskowiak10-Mar-13 14:37 
GeneralRe: SimCity Burning: A Warning... on The Dangers of Always-Online DRM PinmentorPaul Watt10-Mar-13 15:19 
GeneralRe: SimCity Burning: A Warning... on The Dangers of Always-Online DRM PinmvpDave Kreskowiak10-Mar-13 16:06 
Paul Watt wrote:
Are the multi-city play features interactive with other players?

 
Yes. You can communicate with everyone else via the regions "Wall".
 

Paul Watt wrote:
Do both players have to be online at the same time to interactively build?

 
Nope. Everyone, up to 16 people, can be come and go as they please with no ill effects on your part of the game.
 

Paul Watt wrote:
The disappoint in a model like this, is for people that have no interest in
playing connected to others and simply want to play offline.

 
True, but you can also play up to 16 cities at the same time in the same region. You can have up to 10 games, each in their own region going at once.
 
But, you'd still have to be connected to the net to play at all. That's the down side...

GeneralRe: SimCity Burning: A Warning... on The Dangers of Always-Online DRM PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Mar-13 15:28 
GeneralRe: SimCity Burning: A Warning... on The Dangers of Always-Online DRM PinmvpDave Kreskowiak10-Mar-13 16:09 
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