Sid Meier's Civilization® V: The Complete Edition (NA)

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Sid Meier’s Civilization V: The Complete Edition is the definitive Civilization V collection for PC gamers who have yet to experience the famous “just-one-more-turn” addictive gameplay that has made Civilization one of the greatest game series of all time. The Complete Edition includes the original 2010 Game of the Year award-winning strategy game Sid Meier’s Civilization V, plus the two critically-acclaimed expansion packs (Gods & Kings, and Brave New World) and all of the released add-on content in one complete package for an amazing value.


  • Complete Edition Contents Include:

  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V

  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Gods & Kings
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World
  • Civilization Pack: Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar II)
  • Civilization and Scenario Pack: Denmark – The Vikings
  • Double Civilization and Scenario Pack: Spain and Inca
  • Cradle of Civilization – Mediterranean map
  • Cradle of Civilization – Americas map
  • Explorer’s Map Pack
  • Civilization and Scenario Pack: Polynesia
  • Civilization and Scenario Pack: Korea
  • Wonders of the Ancient World Scenario Pack
  • Cradle of Civilization – Asia map
  • Cradle of Civilization – Mesopotamia map
  • Scrambled Continents Map Pack
  • Scrambled Nations Map Pack
  • Conquest of the New World Deluxe Scenario

Key Features


    Play as one of 43 historical leaders and wage war by land, sea, and air, conduct diplomacy & espionage, establish religious beliefs, and discover new technologies in your quest to build the most powerful empire the world has ever known.


    Wars between empires spread across land and sea. Ranged bombardment challenges you to develop clever strategies to guarantee victory on the battlefield.


    Negotiate with some of history’s most cunning rulers, each with a well-crafted plan for victory. City-states present a diplomatic battleground on which the major powers of the world will vie for supremacy.


    Cultivate Great Prophets and create a religion you can customize and enhance.


    Send your spies into foreign cities for surveillance, to steal advanced technologies from your competitors, or to interfere with city-state alliances.


    Build your cities into hubs of international trade by land and sea, creating great wealth and prosperity for your people.


    Challenge other players to become ruler of the world.

Customer reviews


Unique, fun, in depth, and worth it

cup99 | April 14, 2014 | See all cup99's reviews »

Civilization V is a mental man's game. It doesn't require lightning reflexes, speed or precision, however it is probably one of the most complex games ever made with its unique faction building up system. Take control of your favorite leaders throughout history in your favorite time periods, trade, befriend, or dominate your adjacent civilizations to become the very best. Play from ancient times to futuristic times, with multiple ways to achieve victory and call your civilization the very best. Great online system that is similar to single player, but it seems much more fun with friends.


Complete edition gives a completely fun game

mkolp0 | Feb. 18, 2014 | See all mkolp0's reviews »

It took a while, but now Sid Meier's Civilization V is finally complete, with all the dlc and expansions packaged into a single game, ready to give a completely amazing experience for those who play. While the base game itself has loads to do, you could spend plenty of hours upon that only, but the dlc just adds so much new material and scenarios that brings so much more to the table. You just have so much more to play with when you have the complete edition. The gameplay is simple, where a beginner wouldn't have too much trouble learning, but there is a load of depth within that makes playing against other players so much fun. If you don't already own the game, even if you haven't played an entry of the series, you should definitely try it out.



Robster99 | Feb. 13, 2014 | See all Robster99's reviews »

This game is a very fun game, turn base games are very cool especially this one, with u going all way from the past to the future This is a strategy game and it takes u a while to make a plan and then move your units. The one thing i dont like about this game is the AI and how when u want to team up with them it takes forever and then they all ways rip u off but u cant rip them off with your goods. Another great thing about this game is the graphics when u build a wonder it is great to look at. At the end of this i just want to say it is a little addicting and and if u play the world map it will take u like 2 weeks if u like to play a long time.



ZephyrFlash | Feb. 12, 2014 | See all ZephyrFlash's reviews »

Civ V is one of those games that you wish every video game was like: absorbing, entertaining, perfectly executed. This is one of those games you can sit down and play for an entire weekend and still be late for whatever you've got going on Monday morning, The amount of time and effort you put into your civilization pays off though when after hours upon hours of raising your empire up from the dirt you can claim victory through a variety of different scenarios. This is then repeated with various other civilizations until well-another Civ game comes out. If you want a game that will be remembered for years to come this it it.


Excellent game, but issues with large long multiplayer games.

SlamminS85 | Feb. 12, 2014 | See all SlamminS85's reviews »

As most reviews of civilization games state, this game is unmatched in the world domination turn based strategy category. I won't go into a lot of the single player campaigns or the actual gameplay mechanics, this review is focused more on multiplayer.

When starting a multiplayer game, initially things go really well. You can play with friends against a computer or with friends against friends. The gameplay is turn based as normal, and if you are just playing against the AI, the turns happen rather quickly early on. The further and longer you play, the longer it takes for turns to cycle. This can reach a point around the year 2000 where the game essentially stops being fun if you have not conquered some of the AI opponents by then. When the game cycles turns, calculating the automated workers for all human players and for the AI causes the game to take minutes to cycle.

Other than this, the gameplay is excellent, and the slow down is avoided by engaging the enemy and not setting your workers to automate.