Summary: It is Civ for the DS. Except the maps are 1 civ and you. you get one city. It is super limited and very short. I have been a fan of the franchise forever but this was not worth my time to play. I bought it for along road trip and waiting in lines for the ferry.
Summary: A game with potential but falls short where it counts. The game looks gorgeous, sounds great, and the menus and interface are structured very well. The Civilopedia and Tech Planner are well constructed and intuitive and reports and database resources are plentiful.
Summary: I got this when it was given away for free over the XBox Live Gold giveaway, did I like it? Not really. I will warn you, you can't relate it to it's far superior Civilization brothers on the PC if you want the most enjoyment out of this title, however I did because it is a port.
Summary: I had this a couple years on ps3, loved the game and the many levels of play. So i got this for my DS to entertain myself on a long flight. I was very excited to see this game when I was looking for something that could distract me for a few hours. It is a very addicting strategy game.
Civilation has helped me waste days of my life for 20+ years and now it will waste my son's time too
Kevin Faulkner, Amazon
7 January 2014
Summary: Carrying on the tradition of strategic world domination, Civ Rev (as my kids call it) is a great alternative to first person shooters. It requires a couple of hours to play and probably 4 or 5 games to truly get the feel of the game.
Summary: I quite enjoy this one and go back to it often just to kill time. On low-mid difficulty it becomes quite easy to make it through a session in little time. It becomes a little repetitive after a while and replay will slow down a bit but for a portable version I think it hits the mark.