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Oh my god, so much idiocy in this thread. I literally don't think I've been without internet for more then 1 minute for about 10 years. What the hell is wrong with you guys?
Oh, you're on the road on your Netbook and want to play Simcity 5 without an Internet connection? God damnit turn on your phones hotspot and enjoy the game, SO HARD.
Jesus people, stop whining... that's all this forum is these days.

Us folk's stuck on Satellite would like a word with you bruce.gif
I would also like to know I can play the game when EA has made their money off of it tongue.gif
     
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You have to reconnect at least once every 90 days. I'm sure just about everybody can connect to the internet for 5 minutes every 90 days. I know this, because I use offline mode with my Steam account on my HTPC...so I can play my games there while I'm still online on my main rig.
Valve has already stated that if Steam goes down, then the users won't lose their games. I forget exactly how, as that was years ago.

Has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I'd just want to point out that in steam's offline mode will not work if you start steam without an internet connection.

For example if I want to play games in offline mode on a flight etc. I have to open up steam at the airport/at home where I have a connection in order for it to work. If you just boot up your lappy/whatever and try to open steam in offline mode without a connection it just wont work. This means that the whole offline mode is pretty much bogus in my opinion.
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If I ever decide to buy this game, it will only be when a decent crack is out.

I think alot of people purposefully don't "buy" such games just to make a point.

And rightly so.

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Has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I'd just want to point out that in steam's offline mode will not work if you start steam without an internet connection.
For example if I want to play games in offline mode on a flight etc. I have to open up steam at the airport/at home where I have a connection in order for it to work. If you just boot up your lappy/whatever and try to open steam in offline mode without a connection it just wont work. This means that the whole offline mode is pretty much bogus in my opinion.


I found this out the hard way. Lugged my Desktop PC to a friend with no internet to show a few games (And show off the system - was planning on selling) only to find that Steam wouldn't let me access my games, even in "offline" mode.

So, offline mode, isn't really offline mode. Lovely. Unless i can predict when my net will be down, i'm stuck without the software i legally purchased? Total. Effing. Joke.


This is why people pirate.


I don't WANT to be reliant on an internet connection to access data/files/programs on my perfectly capable system, thanks. I assumed most people wanted the same, but i guess they lack any common sense. I hope they lose money from making this decision.
Edited by Thingamajig - 3/28/12 at 8:43pm
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Originally Posted by Alatar View Post

Has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I'd just want to point out that in steam's offline mode will not work if you start steam without an internet connection.
For example if I want to play games in offline mode on a flight etc. I have to open up steam at the airport/at home where I have a connection in order for it to work. If you just boot up your lappy/whatever and try to open steam in offline mode without a connection it just wont work. This means that the whole offline mode is pretty much bogus in my opinion.

I agree. Steam's Offline mode is crap IMHO. But I still prefer it over Origin anyday.
     
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Has nothing to do with the subject at hand, but I'd just want to point out that in steam's offline mode will not work if you start steam without an internet connection.
For example if I want to play games in offline mode on a flight etc. I have to open up steam at the airport/at home where I have a connection in order for it to work. If you just boot up your lappy/whatever and try to open steam in offline mode without a connection it just wont work. This means that the whole offline mode is pretty much bogus in my opinion.

Ah, so you first need to "tell" Steam that you're using offline mode? I had no idea (never use it, so I don't know). That is pretty lame.

I'm still not seeing the discrepancy between the subject in the OP and Steam, yet everyone LOVES Steam but hates individual games that are "always connected." Don't get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoy and appreciate Steam as well, but I can't fathom why people care so much that a game will require them to have a net connection in this day and age. It won't work for everyone, I get that, but it will generally work for most people. We're always online. Hell, couldn't you even use a dial-up connection?

I would still side with the people who say "why do you need it in the first place?" But then I would respond with, "it really doesn't matter."
    
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Played SimCity 3000 Unlimited back in the day. Never got into 4. Might come back for this next one.
    
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Ah, so you first need to "tell" Steam that you're using offline mode? I had no idea (never use it, so I don't know). That is pretty lame.
I'm still not seeing the discrepancy between the subject in the OP and Steam, yet everyone LOVES Steam but hates individual games that are "always connected." Don't get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoy and appreciate Steam as well, but I can't fathom why people care so much that a game will require them to have a net connection in this day and age. It won't work for everyone, I get that, but it will generally work for most people. We're always online. Hell, couldn't you even use a dial-up connection?
I would still side with the people who say "why do you need it in the first place?" But then I would respond with, "it really doesn't matter."

Because your "always on" game is only as good as the servers it would connect to to allow you to play. If those go offline, you can't play your game, even if you DO have internet connection. Internet can be unreliable, i don't want to have to seek permission from something hundreds of miles away to access a game/software i've paid for, that is sitting literally a foot away from me.

What about 10+ years from now? you think that you could still play this for the nostalgia? Do you expect them to work then? Sure, you might find a crack or some other illegal means, but the irony is this is exactly what they (EA/Maxis) are trying to snuff out, plus make a bit more money outta it in the process.


No, this "internet connection required" bull needs to stop and i hope the pirates get this game long before EA/Maxis turn over any profit -- i hope. None of this is necessary, and there are plenty of devs that have success without intrusive DRM or always on requirements.
Edited by Thingamajig - 3/28/12 at 8:57pm
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Because your "always on" game is only as good as the servers it would connect to to allow you to play. If those go offline, you can't play your game, even if you DO have internet connection. Internet can be unreliable, i don't want to have to seek permission from something hundreds of miles away to access something i've paid for, that is sitting literally a foot away from me.
What about 10+ years from now? you think that you could still play this for the nostalgia? Do you expect them to work then? Sure, you might find a crack or some other illegal means, but the irony is this is exactly what they (EA/Maxis) are trying to snuff out, plus make a bit more outta it in the process.
No, this "internet connection required" bull needs to stop and i hope the pirates get this game long before EA/Maxis turn over any profit.

Same thing goes with Steam. If Steam servers go down when you launch your game, you can't play that game. It's happened to me frequently enough. They're usually pretty good and come back within an hour or so, but it happens and it's not uncommon.

Again, the parallels between this and Steam are pretty much identical, yet Steam is okay--probably because they appear to show respect for their users--whereas EA is not because everyone hates on EA. But the actual deployment of the game and talking to servers is the same in both cases.

10 years down the road...who knows. That population would be so small it's insignificant. Sure, they'd be screwed, but on the other hand people--rumored to be true for Steam as well--say that games would be "unlocked" with a patch from the publisher/distributor, it's a non-issue.
    
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Awwww man...

Seriously, that's so disappointing. I love playing SimCity when I'm on an airplane, car or train, and there is no way I'm paying for the WiFi for a few hours.

:::Sigh:::
I was so excited for this!
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I think alot of people purposefully don't "buy" such games just to make a point.
And rightly so.

I found this out the hard way. Lugged my Desktop PC to a friend with no internet to show a few games (And show off the system - was planning on selling) only to find that Steam wouldn't let me access my games, even in "offline" mode.
So, offline mode, isn't really offline mode. Lovely. Unless i can predict when my net will be down, i'm stuck without the software i legally purchased? Total. Effing. Joke.
This is why people pirate.
I don't WANT to be reliant on an internet connection to access data/files/programs on my perfectly capable system, thanks. I assumed most people wanted the same, but i guess they lack any common sense. I hope they lose money from making this decision.

People pirate because they play the games for free. People say they pirate because of Origin/Steam because they feel this justifies the theft.

They could simply not buy the game...
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