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This Is What Happens When You Elect a Psychopath as City Mayor – Cities: Skylines II


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30 Responses

  1. Let's Game It Out says:

    What makes the beautiful town of Sadula the best place to live in the world? Wrong answers only.

  2. Not Just Bikes says:

    This is the fine content I’m here for.

    Hrmm …would I rather live in Fake London or Sadula? Tough call.

  3. Robert Brown says:

    After traveling across the United States, I can confidently say this is Josh’s most realistic video to date. Nobody has captured 20+ years of municipal government work in an abridged form quite like him.

    • ThePaleomancer says:

      Right? “I could go with wind turbines… or I could go with a coal power plant! … I hope they like polluted groundwater!” That’s just your average US city.

    • gubb73485 says:

      Penn and New Jersey in a nutshell.

    • saraphin says:

      Also traveling thro the US and there are pockets of goodness through out. You can kinda slam on them , but there is a real goodness there. At the end of the day, there are good people out there. It’s kinda hard because it is not sexy, but they are there.

    • cccbbbaaa110 says:

      @ThePaleomancertoo bad bill gates is still flying in private jet. Unlucky country.

    • Frozone says:

      @ThePaleomancerflint Michigan moment

  4. Tim Woods says:

    Went from watching City Planner Plays start a city: professional, diligent, thorough.
    Straight to Let’s Game It Out: a chaotic spaghetti bowl of ten thousand roads with a horizon of fire in the distance.
    The true extremes of the gamer experience.

  5. Shie 'Tar says:

    On the one hand, I know Josh is trying to make these videos as crazy as possible for our entertainment … On the other hand, I’m pretty sure I ‘ve been to that exact city.

  6. Javier Sole says:

    Who could be better to give early access to a game than Josh 😅

  7. Tysen Boyd says:

    It’s always a good century when LetsGameItOut uploads.

  8. DerpyGreenViking says:

    Every new video that comes out just makes me want a pain-inducing contest between Josh and Valefisk.

  9. a random tire says:

    When Josh takes a little longer than usual to upload, it means it’s a good video

  10. Logan says:

    I always get anxious when Josh doesn’t upload in a while. I just know he’s causing hilarious suffering.

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