Entries in 'maxis' (24)
SimCity studio Maxis has revealed that The Sims 4 is in the works.
The Mac version of EA’s SimCity will be released on June 11st, the publisher has confirmed.
The always-on internet requirement of Maxis’ SimCity was never designed as a DRM measure, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has claimed.
After a frustrating silence, SimCity developer Maxis has finally conceded that there are AI issues troubling its game.
Last weekend's SimCity launch proved to be a trial by fire for EA – but I can only see this situation as one the publishing giant has won.
Some might expect the main lesson to be learnt from the launch of SimCity was the perils of including always-on DRM in your product.
Despite the fact that SimCity is now working, the online games community continues to target it.
Adding more and more servers to support the launch of its SimCity reboot appears to be helping EA turn a corner.
The man who created the first ever SimCity has said that he likes EA’s modern interpretation, which went on sale in the UK today.
A memo from Maxis general manager Lucy Bradshaw circulated within the studio reveals how much the troubled launch of SimCity has hurt the developer.
The team at SimCity developer Maxis has pledged that they won’t rest until the game is working correctly.
Autodesk's pricing gets questioned, Blizzard and EA plan launch events for SimCity, and Riot Games opens an office in Sydney.
Maxis is returning to the franchise that made it famous with the upcoming SimCity, the first full game in the series for ten years. The label’s general manager Lucy Bradshaw ...
EA showed off a new Sim City game for Facebook at its E3 press conference today.
Buyers of EA’s upcoming SimCity PC game will need a constant internet connection to play it.
The daddy of the city management genre is set for a high-profile return next year with confirmation of a 2013 release for a brand new SimCity.
Developer Maxis has reportedly confirmed that Sim City 5 is in development and likely to be released in 2013.
EA's Maxis studio - originally responsible for The Sims franchise and most recently Spore - has seen layoffs amongst its staff, the publisher has confirmed.
The home console debut and second DS outing for Maxis’ popular universe sim Spore have been officially revealed by publisher EA, with both titles due to hit retail by the ...