Reviews and Problems with Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution
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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
9 September 2009
Conclusion: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow shines in so many ways, but by far its strongest part is its amazingly detailed storyline, feeding players just enough information to keep them guessing all the way to the end.
Excerpt: There has been a growing tendency lately to adapt classic PC games to the Nintendo DS. Due to the unique gameplay opportunities afforded by the capabilities of the DS, it was no surprise when a new version of the PC classic Sid Meier's Civilization was announced for the system.
Excerpt: Civilization Revolution on the Nintendo DS is a pretty neat hand held version of Civ. It does have a few problems, which the WMG will get into later in this review. The player gets to pick one major world leader from time, and grow a civilization from the stone age on forward.
Summary: This is classic Sid Meier style Civilization, fans of the originals will undoubtedly enjoy the portability of play that is allowed by the NDS version. Game play options are nearly limitless, allowing for many, many weeks/months of play.