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Civilization V


$50.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Ranged units now do ranged attacks. Good map view / control - user can zoom in or out to micromanage or take stock on a larger scale. Beautiful graphics - seamless visual experience.

The Cons:No way to know what policies other players have researched. One-dimensional diplomacy has stayed in the past compared to the rest of the game. Stacking units is no longer allowed - make wars took a really long time to won.

Civilization V is the fifth installment in the Civilization strategy-game franchise. Released strictly for Microsoft Windows PC, Civilization V inherits all the core gameplay elements that made its predecessors a success.

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Users still explore and find cities, build units and attack barbarians, research technology, and either negotiate or make war with other civilizations. But this time around there’s an improved user interface that’s more intuitive and devoid of unwanted popups. Plus squares have been replaced with hexes and so there is no more unit stacking. Roads aren’t required to connect resources to a city, roads/railroads have maintenance costs, and there are many more diplomacy-related options.

Features

  • Civilization V
  • More Intuitive Interface
  • More Realistic Graphics
  • LAN Matches, Multiplayer Gameplay
  • Hex-Based Gameplay
  • No Unit Stacking
  • Improved Diplomacy System
  • Custom Music Scores
  • Environmentally Friendly Packaging
  • Larger, More Strategic Battles
  • Unlimited Modifications

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Pros
  • 2

    ranged units now do ranged attacks

  • 2

    good map view / control - user can zoom in or out to micromanage or take stock on a larger scale

  • 2

    beautiful graphics - seamless visual experience

  • 2

    every game you play is different

  • 2

    multiple ways to win

  • 1

    new City-States are beneficial to hold, make demands and give bonuses in return

  • 1

    political policies can be reseached for certain bonuses

  • 1

    game mods can be downloaded from within the game

  • 1

    clean user interface

  • 1

    respectable computer requirements

  • -1

    stacking units is no longer allowed - makes utilizing your units more interesting

Cons
  • 2

    no way to know what policies other players have researched

  • 2

    one-dimensional diplomacy has stayed in the past compared to the rest of the game

  • 2

    stacking units is no longer allowed - make wars took a really long time to won

  • 1

    no challenges to attempt / achieve to make the game worth playing

  • 1

    strategic resources are limited

  • -1

    AI is limited

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