The lights are on
True expansions are becoming a rare commodity, often replaced with cash-grabbing costume packs than real content. The strategy genre, unlike most others, still welcomes the kind of add-on that lifts the entire experience to new heights. Leading the charge is Firaxis, which has a special way of iterating and innovating.
Civilization V as a standalone product is adored by strategy fans. The Gods and Kings expansion re-introduced religion and espionage to create new opportunities for players to dominate the globe. The second (and likely final) expansion, Brave New World, is designed extend some of the wonder and exploration of the early game through the later eras.
Additionally, culture and tourism see a significant overhaul, as we detailed in a recent preview. We also spoke with members of the team on this week's GI Show. Our review of Civilization V: Brave New World is underway, and you'll be able to pick it up for yourself on July 9, 2013, for PC and Mac.
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hmmm .... i guess this tells me ...just wait for civ 6 ( i've yet to play civ 5)
these games are always fun to play
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I always that Civilization was more cartoonish and "child" like, you know, crazy looking characters with annoying voices. Found out I was wrong after watching more Civ5 gameplay.
I've waited years for this! Going by the previous two installments, Civilization games are 'complete' by the second expansion. I have played one match of vanilla Civ 5, which was somewhat enjoyable but nowhere as fun as Civ 4 + expansions. The first Civ 5 expansion already made good adjustments so I'm pretty sure this last expansion will be the icing on the cake.
Maybe I might try this. Even a "quick" game takes quite a while to finish in Civ 5.
im done with this, they need to go to the next Civ instead of expansions
I listened to the podcast and now I know I have to but this