Summary: Being a traffic engineer, it's like a dream come true being able to micromanage such a complex network. Don't worry about needing to buy add-ons, they aren't necessary whatsoever. The game is so cheap, give it a chance and you'll enjoy it, trust me.
Cities in Motion 2 Review by Dad's Gaming Addiction
Dad's Gaming Addiction, Amazon
30 October 2013
Summary: Cities in Motion 2 is definitely a vast improvement over its predecessor, adding new features and gameplay elements that will keep players busy for quite some time. While there is still a considerable learning curve, the different modes allow players to experience and learn the game at their own pace. The interface is much sleeker and more user-friendly, which will further assist newcomers and help them not to be so overwhelmed on their first playthru.
Summary: This is not a city builder game. This is a public transportation simulator game. You can make bus, trams, trolleys, water buses, and metro lines, stations, and depots. If you are a person who loves trains, buses, boats, and trams...you'll love this game. Good price. I love it. 5 star rating for me!
Summary: This is actually pretty dam good. The price was right and I really wanted a game without killing and farming. So I think what the heck, lets give it a shot. And to my surprise it Looks great.!!! Ok good start. After three days I can say Very Good game. But ofcourse it has one major draw back. It has a very high learning curve. After 3 days of alot of play I still can just get missions done. But you can see very early on that this game is made for the long haul.
Summary: If you're an urban planning / transportation geek, this game has everything you could possibly want, save for bike lanes and underground BRT stations. Literally everything else is in there. If you've read an article about it existing somewhere in the world, the developers made sure you'll be able to find it here. You have the expected bus / light rail / heavy rail trifecta.
Summary: CIM2 is a wonderful product! This is first game I've ever written about on Amazon, but I feel this game deserves better than it's getting. SimCity is it not, but I believe Maxis could learn a WHOLE lot about how a city is supposed to look when it is in motion. The realistic look of CIM2 destroys SimCity's cartoony look and feel. Obviously Cities In Motion 2 is for grown folk.