Huge maps and growing cities.
Fantastic map editor.
Campaign offers nice challenges and a sense of context.
Lacks visual variety.
It's very difficult to see where stops are, and which way they're facing, when you're placing them.
By Strategy Informer on April 17, 2013
Change is never easy, but always necessary. The first Cities in Motion was an interesting enough game, more of a proof of concept than anything else, but it lacked a lot in the long-term game, even with the linear evolution of the cities, and so going...75
By IGN on April 11, 2013
This is a micromanager's dream, but it lacks the smooth user interface needed to make all that information digestible, especially for newcomers.75
By TPReview on April 10, 2013
It might feel a little dry at times, but there’s just enough visual flair to keep me entertained for hours on end already. A solid game and an outstanding price.80
By NewGameNetwork on April 10, 2013
Cities in Motion 2 is a decent effort, but with every new feature comes a new set of problems. If you’re eager to see the new design ideas and ready to accept their shortcomings, it’s worth a look for simulation fans.71
By PCGMedia on April 08, 2013
Cities in Motion 2 is priced like a game that knows its place in the current gaming climate, but developed like a game that knows it deserves more than its RRP. I absolutely recommend this to people intrigued by the concept.80
By Gamedot on April 08, 2013
There’s plenty to commend Colossal Order for in Cities in Motion 2, and it’s good to see a studio willing to take risks, not with features at the periphery but with the core game itself, but they just haven’t pulled it off. Once the bugs are fixed, this will be an interesting game to play, but whether it’ll be a satisfying one is much more doubtful.80
By dome.fi on May 14, 2013
Tamperelaisen Colossal Orderin Cities in Motion oli mainio mulkaisu kaupunkisimulaattoreiden suuntaan hieman totutusta poikkeavasta näkökulmasta. Mainetta ja kunniaakin kertyi kohtuullisesti, joten jatko-osalle on riittänyt...-
By Netzwelt on May 03, 2013
Für den Aufbau stehen fünf Fahrzeugtypen zur Verfügung: Straßenbahn, Bus, Oberleitungsbus, U-Bahn und Wassertaxi. Wer es geschickt anstellt und seine Linien gut miteinander vernetzt, die Fahrpläne optimal aufeinander abstimmt...-