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.
Summary: Good miniature version of the Civ franchise. No dissapointments in gameplay, other than the fact that this is a bit scaled down in comparison to the computer versions. I really like the strategy turn-based gameplay in this. The interface is okay.
Summary: classic civilization, "just one more turn" doesnt do it justice....its good fun, reminds me of some the the classic civ played on a pc, havent tried the wi fi yet but i can barely wait. i think this game in general is better on a big screen vs a portable...
Summary: I'm going to keep this simple. If you're looking for a world domination game on a console, then look no farther than Civ Rev. It does what it set out to to do: Bring a fun Civ iteration to the console. But if at all possible, just go with a PC version. This is a port and you can tell.
Summary: If you like strategy games and you have a DS, then Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution is a must have. Though it takes a while to understand the controls and the working of the game in the DS, once you get the hang of it, the play becomes self-intuitive.
Conquer the world while you're just sitting in the doctor's office
Eagle Vision, Amazon
16 May 2009
Summary: This game is suited better for teens and adults. The concept of the game involves starting off with a colony and trying to accomplish one of three things (they can be concurrent): Conquering 4 Capital Cities (Domination), Achieving Technological Advances (Technological), Economic milestones, or...