The Flagship Turn-Based Strategy Game Returns Become Ruler of the World by establishing and leading a civilization from the dawn of man into the space age: Wage war, conduct diplomacy, discover new technologies, go head-to-head with some of history’s greatest leaders and build the most powerful empi
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The A.I. Is Awful
over 300 hours in this game i have known the ai is cancerous, whenever an ai declares war, and then you practically destroy their entire army they still demand half of your citys after you wiped there army of the planet, why is this?
(DO NOT take this seriously, this is only meant to make you laugh)
Well, we all know in Civ5 Gandhi likes his nukes more then North Korea. He will turn on you the second you spell his name wrong and he will not hesitate to blow you to pieces... as I ha
Civ has come along way from Civ 1 all those years ago. It's good but you could easily get Civ 4 with Beyond the Sword and have just a good Civ experience. Not that there is anything wrong with the changes that Civ 5 brings such as using hexagon tiles, 1 unit per tile, city states, etc. I hope for a Civ 6 which blends the best bits of Civ 5 and 4.
You could encapsulate it as Civ 5 for the combat and Civ 4 for the empire management.
If you do get it make sure you get atleast the Brave New World expansion. Even better is the complete edition which adds this and the Gods and Kings expansion and all the other dlc. This is often on sale for much less than the base game. So that is very much worth it.
Can someone lend me some advice? I'm playing as Korea, turn 319 with 908 sceince in the Information Era. The furthest any other civ has gotten is Industrial Era. Egypt, teamed up with the Huns have defeated the Shoshone. I fear Egypt is going for dominati...