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Submitted by shaneryanTB 708d ago | review

Civilization 5: Brave New World review | Thunderbolt

Nick Horth, Thunderbolt writes:
The modern era is the worst section of a Civilisation game. Everyone knows this. After a few thousand years of stabbing, shooting and bombing each other, the world’s great powers settle down into a relative lull. Since most of the land powers by now have sprawling empires with thousands of workers and smoke-belching factories farting out tanks and jet planes by the gazillion, military victories are so headache-inducingly complicated that it’s a lot simpler to try and claim a technological or diplomatic victory instead. (Civilization V: Brave New World, PC) 8/10

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