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Sid Meier’s Civilization® V: Game of the Year Edition

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Sid Meier's most recent Civilization title - with all the trimmings!

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"Civilization V is one of the best turn-based strategy games I’ve ever had the pleasure of playing." -IGN.com

"Civ V isn’t simply a rehash of what came before with better graphics: it’s a whole new world with a whole new set of rich, intricate rules to master."- PCGamer.com


Sid Meier's Civilization 5: Game Of The Year Edition Includes: - All 4 Cradle of Civilization Map packs - Double Civilization & Scenario Pack: Spain and Inca - Civilization & Scenario Pack: Polynesia - Multiplayer Map Pack - Official Digital Soundtrack


Key Features

  • Believable World: More than just a strategy game - the expanded visuals and immersive audio invite would-be kings to take up the reigns of power and forge a mighty empire. Civilization V offers a limitless variety of vast, realistic and diverse landscapes for players to explore, battle over and claim as their own.

  • Inviting Presentation: An intuitive interface eases both new players and Civ veterans into the game. Guided by a set of trusted advisors who will explain game functionality and provide counsel for significant decisions, even first-time players will be confident in the choices they make.

  • Huge Battles: Combat is more exciting and engaging than ever before. Wars between empires feel massive with armies spreading across the landscape. The addition of ranged bombardment allows players to fire weapons from behind the front lines, challenging players to develop clever new strategies to guarantee victory on the battlefield.

  • Live History: Write your own epic story each time you play! Choose one of eighteen historical civilizations to lead from the stone-age to the space age on your quest to build the world's most powerful empire

  • Improved Diplomacy: Negotiate with some of history's most cunning rulers, each with a well-crafted plan for victory. Successful diplomacy will depend on players carefully managing relationships with other leaders, trading items and land, plying them with gold, and deciding if they are friend or foe. City States will present a new diplomatic battleground on which the major powers of the world will vie for supremacy.

  • In-Game Community Hub: Compete with Civ players from all over the globe via the Internet, offering endless ways to rule the world. The game itself now serves as the hub of community activity, featuring the ability to share scenarios, compare scores, brag about achievements and visit one of the thriving Civ fansites without leaving the game. It's now easier than ever for players to become involved in the global Civ Community

  • Modability: With unprecedented modding tools, players will have unlimited options for modifying Civilization V any way they like.

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Publisher:
2K Games
Developer:
Firaxis
Genres:
Simulation
Source:
2K Games
Released:
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
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  • OS: Windows® XP SP3/ Windows® Vista SP2/ Windows® 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 64 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 8 GB Free
  • Video: 256 MB ATI HD2600 XT or better, 256 MB nVidia 7900 GS or better, or Core i3 or better integrated graphics
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card
  • DirectX®: DirectX® version 9.0c

Initial installation requires one-time Internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, Microsoft Visual C++2008 Runtime Libraries and Microsoft DirectX.

  • OS: Windows® Vista SP2/ Windows® 7
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Quad Core CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 8 GB Free
  • DVD-ROM Drive: Required for disc-based installation
  • Video: 512 MB ATI 4800 series or better, 512 MB nVidia 9800 series or better
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card
  • DirectX®: DirectX® version 11

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Overall score based on 14 reviews

75
EGH OK

I was always been a huge fan of the civilization franchise. I started the game with extremely high expectations and was really drawn in. But after playing it for 10 hours it got extremely repetitive and boring. I may just need to raise the difficulty level or play with friends but it stopped being appealing to me. It is a perfect strategy game where you can do literally everything.

97
The father of strategy games at its finest

Civ V is addictive, to say the least. There's political intrigue. World building. War. Economics. Diplomacy. Religion. Exploration. Everything you want in a strategy game. My only criticism is that it sucks hours of your life away and you don't care!!! This is an absolute must buy, especially in anticipation of Civ Vl.

80
Great 4X with all the awesome expansions

Civilization V is really easy to get into, and very fun. Almost every part of the base game is simplistic and easy to understand, which is good for me who isn’t the biggest fan of 4X’s, but may be terrible for other people. The expansions have made it a bit more complex though, and added a lot of nice stuff. The combat is simple and fun, at least when it is the enemy who’s getting crushed, and researching new technology and using it is great fun (especially when it’s weapons). Military victory (by conquering the map) isn’t the only way to win the game, but in my opinion the most satisfying. Nuking your enemies and exterminating them with a giant killer-bot is of course the best way to get stuff done. There are also many different countries to play as (especially with the expansions included), and they all come with a special unit, building or something else. That allows for some variation. Overall it’s a good 4X, with all the great expansions that add a lot of stuff and makes it more complex.

90
Amazing strategy.

What to say? It's an amazing strategy. You need to build your very own civilization from scratch. From antiquity, by classic, era of information, atom, to future. A lot of units, buildings, resources, huge maps, nice diplomacy, amazing gameplay for loooong days. "Just...one...mo-more...turn". You will be saying it a lot of times, if you will start playing this game. It may seem complex, but it's easy to learn how to play for new players. A lot of possible ways to win, strategies, tactics, and even civilization. Only bad things is that it have less options if you are complaining it to previous Civilizations, worse diplomacy, but more buildings and units, and i thing that hex system is better. And yes, it have less options than IV, but when you got expansion packs, you will also get most of old Civilization things. And don't forget about modifications, they also can add much things, more diplomacy options, and just make this game better. Every fan of strategy games (and not only) should try it.

80
Addicting and Well Done

Civilization V is one of the best strategy war games I've ever played. It is extremely well done and with 40+ hours on this game I have never encountered a single bug. Civilization V is very well made all around, the graphics are great, the AI's have they're own personalities, the eras are perfectly made, and the units for each era are just fantastic and accurate. Also before you start the game, you can go into the advanced settings which allows you to change pretty much every aspect of the game, for example how long you want the game to last, to if you want the units to make animations when moving/attacking. While in-game your mind will not be a rest with choices such as where you want to move your units and which sciences to research. All in all if you are a fan of strategic war games and have lots of time to spare; then Civilization V is a no brainer. I recommend you to purchase this game and if your willing to go farther and purchase the Complete Edition, I have it and it is well worth the extra cost. The game also allows and is open for in-game mods from the Steam Workshop. My rating for Civilization V is (8/10)

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