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    . After the major disappointment that was SimCity, few could fault gamers for being wary of Electronic Arts' PC-focused simulation experiences going forward. On top of that, most assumed that EA was skating on thin ice for their failings with other games like Battlefield 4, and any additional miscues could hurt other franchise's potential.Further echoing that point is a quote from Maxis Producer Grant Rodiek that calls into question the future of The Sims franchise. Specially, Rodiek


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