X360, PS3 Thursday, October 18, 2007 | 9:48 PM

Images of Civilization Revolution

Images of Civilization Revolution

2K Games has given the visitors at today's expo E for All Expo a real treat, giving them the opportunity to try out Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution - for the first time in a public showing. Firaxis upcoming game will be released this spring on Xbox 360, PS3 and DS, while the Wii version will be out by fall 2008, and inside you'll find images from the demo that will be shown.


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Commented on 2007-10-19 06:46:47
This game is sooo mine.
Commented on 2007-10-19 07:42:44
Napoleon Bonaparte FTW !
Commented on 2007-10-19 09:07:38
Hmm, Civ might work from the couch, never had the patience or interest in the previous ones on PC even though I've seen the effect they had on some people :) I wonder whether there's going to be compromises with the user interface... doesn't seem too complicated at least.
Commented on 2007-10-19 10:27:44
does anybody know if this is going to be a 'true' civ sequel or is it simplified at all?
Commented on 2007-10-19 10:42:33
xbulletholes: a game of Civ revolution is supposed to take 2-3 hours to complete and it's going to be made in such a way that it's simpler to play but still have all the basic elements of the previous games. At least that's what i heard :)

I think this might be just what Civ needs, i find it daunting with all the myrriad of options and stuff in civ4. It's still fun to play i guess but the learning curve is just way longer than what i would have preferred.
Commented on 2007-10-19 15:01:04
I'm going to deselect Gandhi anytime I play. How can you go to war against Gandhi? The guy was so peaceful that I feel bad just thinking about going to war against him.

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