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.Read full description
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
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.
Other Requirements & Supports: Initial installation requires one-time broadband internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, Visual C++ 2008 Runtime Libraries, and Microsoft DirectX.
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This game is unique in many ways... The turn based game board in a form of a hexagon is surely something not seen in any other game. The politic system is also well scripted, this allows us to control the game deeply and leaves the game in our hands. The down side is you really can't control the units in combat (like in the total war series), but that's no biggie. Despite it's down side, overall it's a fabulous game.
This game is just great, it has everything someone who has time would want. I brought this game because I liked Civ 3 and it was a masterful improvement on it. There is so much variability but some civs are plainly better than others which is what I think a large issue is.
This game is so good. My friend gifted it to me and we started playing multiplayer. Since 2015, we've only had five matches. We're still on match five because every match lasts that long! Super fun and great value for the money!
Of all the games I have played I have never come close to how much time I put into Civ V. By far the best game I have ever played and the many different maps, mods, scenarios, and civilisations help keep the game from ever getting boring!
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.
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