Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World

Civilization V: Brave New World
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Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World (2013)

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Civilization V: Brave New World is the second expansion to the critically acclaimed Civilization 5 by Sid Meier. The expansion introduces new units, international trade, culture, and diplomacy for the first time, bringing players a whole new level of content. There are nine new civilizations and their leaders that players can explore including Casimir III of Poland, Ashurbanipal of Assyria, Pedro II of Brazil, Shaka of the Zulus, Maria I of Portugal, Gajah Mada of Indonesia, Ahmad al-Mansur of Morocco, Enrico Dandolo of Venice, and Pocatello of the Shoshone.

Eight new wonders have been added into the game including the Globe theater, the Uffizi, Broadway, Parthenon,  Borobudur, the Red Fort, Prora and the International Space Station. 2 new scenario's are now available to players namely the "American Civil War" and "Scramble for Africa".

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vecinux 9 years 1 week ago

Ahhh... Civilization V also knows as that 10 hour game. This strategy master piece takes us all the way from the ancient times to the modern era. The game's multiplayer is what most people search for not only because of it's variety but for it's amazing experience. Wars, wonders, allies, strategy plotting, spying. This game has it all and even more.

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thepn 9 years 2 weeks ago

4X joins city simulation as my genres of choice for teaching management. You need to be able to think several moves ahead while tracking multiple variables – and that’s just to avoid losing outright. This expansion pack makes Civilization V into everything it could be.

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555 9 years 1 month ago

One of the good 5mistakes games of all time, Civilization isn't the type of thing you can take lightly.This is a third-person stealth action game, somewhat like a Hitman-clone, developed by (now defunct) Illusion Softworks Slovakia, published by Take's budget label Silver Wish Games.

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despicablevanja 9 years 1 month ago

This has to be one of the most majestic strategy games ever to be developed. Such a huge fan of the Civilization series in general and this extension pack is no disappointment. I'm kind of not sure about the hex grid yet. I love and hate at the same time the fact that there are so many choices with the civilizations, though. All in all, I didn't expect anything less from the series.

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bandit7 9 years 1 month ago

Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World is game is an impressive continuation of this popular strategy. You will penetrate in a familiar and unfamiliar world in which you will be able to prove as a great strategist. This engrossing game will captivate you with graphics, design, and amazing pictures. Here you will have the opportunity to develop your skills to the limit.

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Chulda 9 years 1 month ago

Brave New World finally brings Civilization V to the level of complexity and polish that everyone wished the base game to be at. The whole package now feels like a complete experience, and it can easily suck you in for many exciting hours of plunder, death, destruction, and also some hippy stuff, like trade and diplomacy. The only major issues still present concern the multiplayer mode, which remains rather clunky and sometimes completely refuses to cooperate.

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masterzigi 9 years 1 month ago

Civilization V: Brave New World is definitely a worthy successor to the franchise. It gives you many new options and expands your options for cultural victory and trade. Trade brings a completely new dynamic to the game, making the world economy and, with it, your economy mutually dependent. All this makes you think carefully who to attack and who to befriend.

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Sethp 9 years 1 month ago

One of the best 4x games of all time, Civilization isn't the type of thing you can take lightly. Prepare to be up all night clicking the turn button with a compulsion to burn down your enemy’s capital, create the next world wonder, or discover gunpowder. While 5 and its two expansions have made the game a bit more accessible than the previous titles were, it is still just as time-consuming and difficult to master as any of its predecessors. The complexity is still there, but a bit buried.

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