Detailed and realistic city transit systems.
Challenging scenarios that test your knowledge of city traffic patterns.
Clean, intuitive interface.
Gets repetitive, especially when it comes to laying down transit routes.
Could use some more feedback when dealing with customer relations.
By Atomic MPC on August 11, 2011
A solid premise hindered by poor execution. Almost certainly won’t leave you happy....-
By New Game Network on July 06, 2011
Cities in Motion is a strategy simulation game which was developed by a small studio Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive. The game focuses on allowing players to create a complex public transportation system in a number of classic...74
By About.com on May 24, 2011
Cities in Motion is a game that involves working your way out of jams -- traffic jams, that is. You'll be employed by the mayors of four European cities in a job that will span multiple time periods, from 1920 to 2020. While the cities have the...70
By Icrontic on March 24, 2011
Cities In Motion is the latest transport simulation from Paradox Interactive, developed by Colossal Order. As it turned out, the hardest part of writing this review was two-fold—one, getting far enough in the game to get a good picture of it; two,...-
By Diehard GameFAN on March 22, 2011
Cities in Motion is a very nice looking game that provides hours of entertainment for someone that is looking to play a transportation simulator. Unfortunately for me, there were bugs that interrupted my fun. I can see what Colossal Order was trying...-
By IGN Gear on March 22, 2011
I'm conflicted with Cities in Motion. The lack of feedback, in-game competition, and unpredictability hurt the game's long-term draw; some older business simulations didn't have these problems. Cities in Motion does feature stellar tools and...70
By PC Gamer on March 12, 2011
A transitory pleasure that polishes up nice. But it lacks variety and competition, and is just a little bit too...67
By Gamers Daily News on March 08, 2011
Deep down inside, I love sim/management games. Cities in Motion tapped into that and pulled on the heartstrings of nostalgia at the same time. But in the end the frustration and lack of feel of progress made it more like work than a fun management...75
By itreviews.com on March 03, 2011
A worthy transport simulation that strikes a decent balance between complexity and ease of play. Much like the last train home, this is one sim transport buffs would do well to catch, particularly given the budget ticket price - even if a few annoying...-
By GameSpot on March 02, 2011
Cities in Motion finds fun and challenge in the hustle and bustle of modern urban...75