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  • Captain General
    started a topic Civilization 6

    Civilization 6

    Anyone else playing this? Its a great game and fun in multiplayer.

  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by Greybriar View Post
    I have played every game in the Civilization series. Civilization II with all its mods and Test of Time release was my favorite until Civilization IV came out. The best thing I can say about Civilization V and particularly Civilization VI is that they have the best graphics.
    II remains my favorite still. Mostly haven't had time to learn the others well enough to replace it. Have a game in progress when I can find the time to play.

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  • G David Bock
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    Originally posted by grishnak View Post
    Are any real time?
    Sequential turn based. And pause capable to some degree.

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  • Cheetah772
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    For me, nothing beats Civ 2, period. It's way better than 3. I didn't play 4 that much. Loved 5. Haven't tried out 6 yet. But my heart belongs to Civ 2. It was the very first strategy game I had, and oh boy what a treat it was to play this game.

    Once the price goes down on Civ 6, I'll get it.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Snowygerry View Post
    Yes,

    there's an unparalleled beauty in seeing that first settler standing in the middle of a small clearing in a sea of infinite blackness -

    Will he thrive and develop into an empire that spans this world ?

    Or will he be eaten by a wolf as he climbs the nearby hill ?

    Also you'll never know the true meaning of the iconic motto,

    "Just one more turn."

    There it is in a nutshell.

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  • Captain General
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    Originally posted by Snowygerry View Post
    Yes,

    there's an unparalleled beauty in seeing that first settler standing in the middle of a small clearing in a sea of infinite blackness -

    Will he thrive and develop into an empire that spans this world ?

    Or will he be eaten by a wolf as he climbs the nearby hill ?

    Also you'll never know the true meaning of the iconic motto,

    "Just one more turn."

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  • Snowygerry
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    Originally posted by grishnak View Post
    Never played any of them. Am I missing out.
    Yes,

    there's an unparalleled beauty in seeing that first settler standing in the middle of a small clearing in a sea of infinite blackness -

    Will he thrive and develop into an empire that spans this world ?

    Or will he be eaten by a wolf as he climbs the nearby hill ?

    Also you'll never know the true meaning of the iconic motto,

    "Just one more turn."

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Captain General View Post
    Civ 6 is 20% off right now on Steam.

    Agreed on the planning ahead. Its even more important now with the city districts.
    I don't use Steam. I have too slow of a connection.

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  • Greybriar
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    Originally posted by Captain General View Post
    Some of the best computer strategy games of all time.
    I have played every game in the Civilization series. Civilization II with all its mods and Test of Time release was my favorite until Civilization IV came out. The best thing I can say about Civilization V and particularly Civilization VI is that they have the best graphics.

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  • Captain General
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    Originally posted by Arnold J Rimmer View Post
    I've played most, if not all the Civ games. I really liked Civ 5's 'one unit per hex' rule, which eliminated the doom stacks, and its elimination of transport vessels. Civ6 is next on my buy list.

    The resource bit is tough, but my response has always been to build my empire with that concept in mind. Specific resources show up in certain types of terrain, so if you start planning early, there usually is no problem.

    I only wish Leonard Nimoy was still narrating them.
    Civ 6 is 20% off right now on Steam.

    Agreed on the planning ahead. Its even more important now with the city districts.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    I've played most, if not all the Civ games. I really liked Civ 5's 'one unit per hex' rule, which eliminated the doom stacks, and its elimination of transport vessels. Civ6 is next on my buy list.

    The resource bit is tough, but my response has always been to build my empire with that concept in mind. Specific resources show up in certain types of terrain, so if you start planning early, there usually is no problem.

    I only wish Leonard Nimoy was still narrating them.

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  • grishnak
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    Are any real time?

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  • phil74501
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    Originally posted by Captain General View Post
    Yes.

    Some of the best computer strategy games of all time.
    Agreed. Civ I is what got me to buy my first computer, however many years ago that was. Just so I could play Civ. If you're not into those shoot-em-up-aimed-at-16 year old games, there's no better game than the Civ series...IMO.

    If you look around at those old abandoned games websites, you can find the older Civ games you can download for free.

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  • grishnak
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    Originally posted by Captain General View Post
    Yes.

    Some of the best computer strategy games of all time.
    As good as cossacks?

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  • Captain General
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    Originally posted by grishnak View Post
    Never played any of them.Am I missing out.
    Yes.

    Some of the best computer strategy games of all time.

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