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Submitted by PixelJudge 477d ago | review

Civilization V: Brave New World Pixel Judge review

PJ: "O Brave New World that has such people in it, the last expansion for Civilization V borrows its title from the famous dystopian novel by Aldous Huxley. Do not expect to see any “Soma” outside achievements though, as the expansion is more about the time in which the novel was written – the industrialisation and the start of the modern era. The previous expansion, Gods & Kings, already revamped gameplay mechanics and added more things to the early game, whilst Brave New World adds more general changes that aim to improve the late game. Now is the time to see how well Civilization V’s swan song is." (Civilization V: Brave New World, PC) 4.5/5

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