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Civilization V: Gods and Kings Review (ITF Gaming)

Jonathan Bester from ITF Gaming writes: The Turn-Based Strategy genre is almost as old as the concept of games itself and it comes as no surprise that this latest offering in the stable of titles from Firaxis Games in the form of an expansion pack. But does this expansion pack improve on the base title, or does it fall face first in the dirt of history? Firaxis Games is known for bringing top notch TBS titles to the table, and Civilization V was no different. Introducing a unique gameplay style, an amazingly detailed world and an audio platform that complimented the game perfectly. With the Gods & Kings expansion Firaxis has taken everything that made Civ V great and improved on it. It has even re-introduced some of the more beloved features from previous titles in the franchise to really bring something special back into the game. (Civilization V: Gods & Kings, PC) 8/10

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