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Sid Meier’s Civilization® IV Complete





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Sid Meier’s Civilization® IV Complete





Sid Meier's Civilization IV is the ultimate strategy game, offering players the chance to lead their chosen nation from the dawn of man through the space age and become the greatest ruler the world has ever known.

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"While the game hasn't lost any depth or detail, every aspect of the design has been streamlined to make it easier for new players to jump in and less monotonous for veterans. Die-hard fans will definitely find that the game offers up so much more variety this time around." - IGN.com

"Fundamentally, this is a much-improved version of the same Civ games we've all been playing and desperately trying to put down for years. And that's far from a bad thing. In fact, it's an awesome thing." - Gamespot.com

Sid Meier's Civilization IV is the ultimate strategy game, offering players the chance to lead their chosen nation from the dawn of man through the space age and become the greatest ruler the world has ever known. Civilization IV: The Complete Edition includes the original strategy classic, plus all two expansion packs and the standalone game Colonization in one box, for an incredible value.


  • Play at your own pace:

    Turn-based gameplay means you can take your time and think about your next strategic move.

  • Original music compositions, plus narration by Leonard Nimoy.

Key Features:

Sid Meier's Civilization IV

  • The Strategy Classic:

    Includes the multiple game of the year award winner that started the series. Rule throughout time and create your legacy in this landmark game.

  • 3D Living World:

    Detailed environments where animals roam and smoke billows from small huts, set in a vibrant and colorful world.

  • Innovative Features:

    Great People, Holy Cities, missionaries, variable game scales, new land, sea and air units, and loads of new civics.

Warlords Expansion Pack

  • New Leaders & Civilizations:

    More of history's greatest military leaders including Shaka, Wang Kon and Augustus Caesar, plus six all-new civilizations.

  • Warlord Unit:

    Great new person unit - the Warlord! Change the course of history through military might

  • New Scenarios:

    Eight new scenarios including Alexander's Conquests, the Rise of Rome, Genghis Khan and more!

Beyond The Sword Expansion Pack

  • The Biggest Civ Expansion Ever:

    A massive increase of 10 civilizations, 64 buildings, 11 scenarios, 5 wonders, 6 technologies, corporations, brand new espionage system and expanded trade routes.

  • Scenarios: Expect The Unexpected:

    11 additional scenarios include settling new worlds in Final Frontier, battling zombies in Afterworld, conquering medieval Western Europe in Charlemagne and more.

  • Unstoppable Corporations:

    Found your own corporation and spreads its influence as another tool to gain control over the world.

Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Colonization

  • Classic Game Design:

    The strategy classic Colonization is rebuilt with beautifully improved visuals, while retaining the famous addictive gameplay and endless fun that are synonymous with Sid Meier games.

  • Establish A New Nation:

    Play as the English, Spanish, French or Dutch and journey to a brave new world in search of freedom from your oppressive homeland.

  • Multiplayer Offers Tons Of Replay:

    Compete with friends from all over the world via the Internet and Play by Email modes or compete locally via the Hotseat and LAN modes, offering endless ways to conquer the New World.

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2K Games
Strategy, Mac
Tuesday, October 25, 2005
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Minimum Requirements
  • Windows 2000/XP
  • 1.2GHz Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon processor or equivalent
  • 256MB RAM
  • 64 MB Video Card w/ Hardware T&L (GeForce 2/Radeon 7500 or better)
  • DirectX7 compatible sound card
  • 1.7GB of free hard drive space
  • DirectX9.0c (included)
Recommended Requirements
  • Windows 2000/XP
  • 1.8GHz Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon processor or equivalent/better
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 128 MB Video Card w/ DirectX 8 support (pixel and vertex shaders)
  • DirectX7 compatible sound card
  • 1.7GB of free hard drive space
  • DirectX9.0c (included)

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Definitive version of already definitive civ game


There is nothing bad to be said about this entry of the series. The music is great, graphics are nice, and gameplay is as addicting and deep as it should be. This series is very well known to be time consuming, and it couldn't be more true with this one. While colonization is more of a stand-alone game that is good, but many love to hate, IV with expansions is excellent, well thought-out game with no weak points at all. If you wanted to start playing this series, this is a really good starting point, especially for discounted price.

The most revered Civ game


Civ IV was the first in the series that I played. I was 14 and couldn't exactly get a handle nor could I obtain the patience for the level of depth and calculation here. I've recently gone back after adoring Civ V and it's still great. It's just as deep as Civ V, though not as streamlined. It definitely looks worse, but it is more than half a decade older. Th+is game really provides a never-ending amount of detail and enjoyment. I still love Civ V more, but this one deserves all the praise it got upon release.

Behold the empire of Civilization at its peak


Civ 4, man I loved this game. I came from Civ2 onward, playing each release and expansion. Each game would come with multiple late night games against a friend. I would always lose, of course, but I'd make him earn it. But anyway, this is the pinnacle of the Civ games for me. I squeed a little bit the first time I saw inflation as a thing you needed to worry about. I think, anyway, I don't know, it was always just a number that kept going up. I absolutely loved religions, founding as many as I could and spreading them like a virus. Civ4 also improved on some of the ideas from Civ3, the main one I liked was the idea of borders. Anyone who has played Civ2 knows the frustration of trying to wipe a civ off the map, only to discover they've plopped a city smack dab in the middle of your empire. Civ3 gave you borders, but anybody could freely pass through them. Civ4 got it right. Also, culture as another form of warfare was always my favorite. Great Artists culture bombing, forcing a culture flip on an enemy city, or maybe just a centuries long border dispute over a key resource. Basically, I loved this game, still do.

Grow that empire!


Have you heard of all the fuss that people make about Civilization 4 but have no idea what it is or not sure how it's different from other "Build your empire" games? Well look no further cause Sid Meier's Civilization 4 brings an in depth realistic experience to players that will make you understand the meaning of what a real Civilization is! Civilization 4 is so realistic in both the mechanics of the game and graphics that it will seem like you're actually living in it. But that's only what the base game provides! The complete pack includes 3 DLC's to enhance the gaming experience to anyone who just wants "One-more-turn" in this game. Love the franchise and wish to show your support? Choose Civilization 4 complete and feel the difference!

What is Civ 4?


Civilization IV is part of the Sid Mier's Civilization series and was created in 2005 and was a big hit during its days. This pack includes all of the DLC's that you can possibly get and if you compare this to Civilization V, I would say that the gameplay isn't that big of a difference when you look towards how engrossed you can get into the game. Even though there are slight differences in Civ 4, There is a mystical power behind the game that makes you want to continue playing without knowing whats attracting you.

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