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Submitted by Starfox811 992d ago | review

Civilization V: Gods and Kings Review - TGH

"Civilisation V: Gods and Kings is frustrating, infuriating, and at times tedious but that is all part and parcel of a game that takes you on a journey though time; it allows you to weave your own story, both the highs and lows. When those bad times give way to the good times it makes them feel all the more sweeter, and the triumph of defeating a foe ether in battle or any other area of competition can give you a feeling of power and success. Everything from the opening prologue of starting a new game to the loss of a veteran unit is designed to cause an emotional response, and this game does it well. This addictive turn based epic will ether have you hating it or adoring it." (Civilization V: Gods & Kings, PC) 4.5/5

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