Sid Meier’s Civilization® V: The Complete Edition
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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
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.
Absolutely Fantastic, but will eat your lifetrumpsuit | July 21, 2015 | See all trumpsuit's reviews »
This game is very clearly the best Civ ever made, and I have always been afraid of these games merely because after playing them when I was much younger I remember getting extremely sucked into the world. I managed to avoid them for a bit and then all of the extra content for Civ V came out and I have to try it out. This game ate my life for quite a while. Absolutely addicting, fantastic gameplay and it is always interesting to see how the other rulers will react to your presence and watch their personalities unfold through the course of history. For example, Alexander the Great and I teamed up to basically destroy everyone and I helped him for the first half of the game, but then he becomes more and more power hungry, eventually growing to dislike you and also trying to start a war with you. It was very interesting to watch this play out and try to change the political landscape through bribing others to fight him for me, etc. So many options for gameplay, it's extremely in-depth and everything is fantastically done.
An absolutely outstanding strategy gameChlorophile | July 16, 2015 | See all Chlorophile's reviews »
Civilization V is the game I have the most hours on out of any game on Steam, and there's a very good reason for that! It's an absolutely outstanding game. Whilst hardcore strategy fans might find it "dumbed-down", for me, Civ V strikes a brilliant balance between strategy and accessibility. Whilst it does take a while to learn, it's nowhere near as complex as games like EU4 which for me at least, is a good thing. The replay value is probably the game's strongest point. Whilst there are set maps, most of the times you will be playing on randomly generated worlds (there are many, many customisable options available) and you can be absolutely assured that no two games will be the same. Every game evolves differently - if you enjoy your first few games, then you can be assured that Civ V is going to keep you entertained for a very long time. You really get a sense of creating your own version of history in each playthrough and it's incredibly immersive. If you play on slower speeds, you can get to know your worlds very well and time really does fly away. I have clocked several hundred hours on Civ V and it still keeps me interested. One important thing though - please make sure you challenge yourself! I spent a long time playing on lower difficulty levels which is fun at first but it does get boring quickly. It gets a lot more interesting when games are genuinely challenging for you.
Sid Meier, Master Game Designerjlogan | March 16, 2015 | See all jlogan's reviews »
This game has to have the most intuitive interface of all strategy games I have played. Not only are the graphics fantastic, with all details showing prominent color and texture, but the interface is easy to learn, and easier to remember. The soundtrack of Civ V is pretty great as well, let's just say you will never be bored playing this game, especially on the higher difficulty levels.
Best one by farandreacdc98 | Feb. 12, 2015 | See all andreacdc98's reviews »
Sid Meier's Civilization is a strategy game in which you build your own civilization, then you need to make them stronger so they can be able to defend themselves. This one is the best game in the series by far, it has an amazing gameplay and soundtrack, making the game more intense and cool to play. I think the developers made a great work on producing this game. Anyway, I recommend this to all kind of gamers and especially those who are fans from the other games in the series and for those who enjoy strategy games. Amazing game!
Best of Civilizationcoldrefreader | Nov. 29, 2014 | See all coldrefreader's reviews »
I got it on sale, and so far, i think i might've been one of the best purchases i've made, it doesn't require a strong PC to run and yet it runs really smoothly. Pros and Cons: +Great music(When at war and when it's peaceful) +Somewhat tricky AI players - the joke of Gandhi nuking you never gets old +A lot of ways you can win (Politics, Religion, Domination, etc) +Some units which can change the tide to go to your favor ~Multiplayer has issues, but you can play Offline ~Somehow the strategy is not that complex: if you go at war you don't need to be experienced to defend yourself, etc. The price value is good, but i would rather wait for a sale, it's worth it.