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Submitted by Benke 258d ago | review

Civilization Revolution 2 review | Gamereactor UK

GR-UK writes: "The bottom line is that this remains a great game and it's great in all the same ways as the original. The smaller maps and streamlined mechanics make for perfect portable entertainment. It's just annoying that we're left feeling that what we're getting is mainly an updated visual finish. If you already own the original you'll likely be disappointed by the lack of new features as it relates to the price tag. But, it's far from a poor game. We only hope that a few quirks are sorted via updates, and that a multiplayer mode is coming soon." (iPad, iPhone, Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution 2) 7/10

SteamPowered  +   258d ago
If this makes its way to Android I will definitely give it a try on my Shield. I really liked Civ Rev 1 and would welcome a portable version.

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