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Originally created by legendary game designer Sid Meier, Civilization is a turn-based strategy game in which you attempt to build an empire to stand the test of time.Read full description
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Civilization VI returns and strikes back on every front. The new development system is clear and interesting. You have to take some time to get familiar with the Idea and city building systems. The animation of the opponents is great, the graphics are nice and easy to read despite the simplicity. I played every part and I can honestly recommend this latest one.
I played every Civ since the third. Civ VI is probably my favourite. There are some issues with it, but I am sure they will be ironed out in future expansions. Having said that, I must add that this is the best base game in the series in my opinion. If you are a longtime fan of the series, you will appreciate the new city building that is based around districts. This adds more spatial planning to the game and makes you consider terrain more - something that was not really there in previous releases. I like the idea behind diplomacy, although it does not always work well. Overall, the game is a clear improvement over V. If you are new to the series, do not worry. The game is rather accessible (I tested it on my roommate), and worth trying. Just keep in mind that you will sink hours into it!
Civilization 6 does not disappoint. It provides an expanded experience to play within. The graphics have definitely improved and come off as much more lively as opposed to civilization 5's barren landscape. The gameplay is also very smooth and keeps you playing for longer and longer. I highly recommend this game for people who are into strategy games and enjoy conquering.
This game takes everything from its predecessors and reimagines it with more depth and complexity. The sheer amount of possibilities and customization is staggering. Highly recommended for strategy fans of all kinds, as the game is always refreshing, new, and burns hours of your life away!
Civilization 6 is the successor of perhaps the finest historical simulation game in, well, history. Not counting Beyond Earth here... Does it live up to its former glory (minus BE)? Definitely! Will you still catch the one more turn syndrome? Of course! Is it worth $60 for the base game? Depends Is it worth $80 for the base game + 4 future DLCs? Yes. Civ 6 takes much of Civ 5 + DLCs and adds several new and fun features to it. Every Civ 5 fan will enjoy this game, once they have adapted to its different art-style. Having said that, the base Civ 6 game still feels slightly lacking compared to Civ 5 + DLCs. But that is because Civ 6 does not have DLCs yet. If you were to compare the base game of Civ 6 to the base game of Civ 5, there is no comparison. Civ 6 is simply on another level of greatness. But as with Civ 5, the upcoming DLCs for Civ 6 will improve the game dramatically (I sincerely hope). Therefore, if you are interested in this game, buy the Deluxe edition, even if you don't plan on playing the game until DLCs are out, as you are getting 4 future DLCs for just $20 more, which does save you some money. The base Civ 6 game might not be as polished as Civ 5 + DLCs, but Civ 6 with its own DLCs will definitely be. Some negatives about Civ 6 compared to Civ 5 (will add more when I get the chance): A lot of customization options are currently missing when setting up your game, such as: -the lack of maps to select from (only 5 + shuffle, compared to Civ 5's dozens). -ability to add/remove City-States from the game. -the map/artstyle will take some time to get used to, especially the fog of war.
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