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Submitted by Thrallia 1022d ago | review

SBG Review | Civilization V: Gods & Kings: Civ finds religion again

Jeff DeSolla: "When Civilization V released in 2010, it was one of my most anticipated releases, and with good reason. It brought a lot of sweeping changes to the formula we knew and loved, and I really feel they made it feel like a whole new game, and not just another iteration of the same formula. Gods and Kings offers a return to the religion system which was so popular in Civ IV, though adjusted to fit the gameplay style of V, along with a host of changes and all the new content you might expect from an expansion pack." (Civilization V: Gods & Kings, PC) 5/5

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