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In a nutshell, imagine combining Civilization with Age of Empires, as well as throwing in a smattering of Risk or Total War and you get a game that looks, sounds and IS very impressive.
Corporations, espionage, scenarios, mods, empires, leaders, units, and wonders - Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword is one impressive expansion.
The first 30-40 turns always does it for me - claiming the land, discovering other civs, choosing your tech path, battling lions, and so on.
Remember how disappointed you were with Civ3: Play the World? So what happens with Conquests? Does it make it through as a worthy expansion? Read what Canker had to say about it.
Civilization has returned in all its glory, in a form that we truly feel will stand the test of time...
Start your civilization with a few people and build it into a powerful empire that will beat the time.
Empire Earth is indeed an ambitious project. There are 14 different epochs that give the game vast replay possibilities.
DOTM has all the staples of the “classic” RTS, but in a move all too common nowadays, starts relying heavily on ‘hero’ characters...
No Gods or Kings, only Pixels...