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Call to Power II
5.1 out of 10

Call to Power II

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Overall 8
7.6

Call to Power 2

Game Over Online
25 January 2015
  • Excerpt: When Sid Meier left to create Firaxis, a long shadow of doubt was cast on the entire Civilization franchise singly crafted by his team at Microprose. These doubts were put aside when two supposedly unrelated titles were released; Alpha Centauri and Civilization: Call to Power.
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Overall 8
7.5
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 7
7.0
Sound 9
8.5

Call to Power 2

Game Boyz
29 August 2003
  • Excerpt: Designed by Brady Games Inc Distributed by Activision Minimum System Requirements Windows 95/98/ME/2000 Pentium 166 or faster (Multiplay requires Pentium II 266) 64 MB RAM Quadspeed (4x) CD-ROM drive 100% Microsoft-compatible Mouse and keyboard 4MB SVGA Video Card (PCI or AGP) w\ Direct X 7.0a...
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Overall 8
7.5

Call to Power II

Game Vortex
8 April 2003
  • Excerpt: Remember Civilization 2 ? Well, despite the fact that Call to Power II has dropped the Civ “nom de plume,” it certainly hasn’t veered far from it in terms of graphics. You’ve still got the tile-based angled viewpoint that premiered in Civ 2 .
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Call To Power II

Gameguru Mania
26 October 2002
  • Excerpt: Call To Power II is a turn-based strategy game where you take control of a certain civilization and lead them from the 4000 BC to 2300 AD, a time period that is much longer then previous Civilization games (it's 6,300 years of history!).
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 7
7.0
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 8
8.0

Call to Power II

The Next Level
22 February 2001
  • Excerpt: Like the Civilization iseries and its predecessor, Call to Power II is a turned based strategy game and is in many ways similar to the classic Sid Meier's Civilization series. Players will start off during the era of 4000 BC, as you initially must develop an empire by building up its economy,...
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Expert Review

The Wargamer
13 December 2000
  • Excerpt: The right to call a game by the title Civilization sparked rivalries and lawsuits that eventually led to the collapse and acquisition of game companies, the firing, resignation and hiring of new designers and public duels (mostly but not always just in print) between many interested and afflicted...
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Call to Power II

The Wargamer
13 December 2000
  • Excerpt: The right to call a game by the title Civilization sparked rivalries and lawsuits that eventually led to the collapse and acquisition of game companies, the firing, resignation and hiring of new designers and public duels (mostly but not always just in print) between many interested and afflicted...
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Overall 7
7.2

Call to Power 2

ActionTrip
4 December 2000
  • Conclusion: If you liked the first part, you'll love Call to Power 2. Some might object that the game suffered only minor changes, and they would be right. This sequel doesn't bring anything revolutionary, but it certainly leaves an impression of a completed project.
  • Pros: Multitude of different units and technologies, everything good about civ. games, great scenario generator;
  • Cons: Doesn't bring anything new to the genre, lacking the possibility to take direct control of battles, minor bugs.
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Overall 9
9.0

Call To Power II Review

Eurogamer
25 November 2000
  • Conclusion: The only other real disappointments are the lack of animation in your units and the unremarkable sound effects, which vary from merely tacky to pretty damn poor. Apart from these niggles though, the game is little short of a masterpiece, taking classic Civilization gameplay and adding even more...
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Overall 8
8.0

Dragon Ball Z : Budokai Tenkaichi 2

Tom's Games
31 October 2006
  • Summary: Après un premier Tenkaichi déjà très satisfaisant, Spike réédite avec un second opus. Cette suite offre-t-elle suffisamment de sang neuf pour justifier son achat ?
  • Pros: Tenkaichi en version ++, Très proche du dessin-animé, Grande durée de vie, Les voix japonaises, Pourra intéresser les non-fans, Dynamique et fluide, plein de bonnes idées, Les quelques défauts sont des détails par rapport au grand plaisir de jeu
  • Cons: Toujours aussi complexe d'approche, Chargements fréquents mais courts, Quelques problèmes de caméra, Ergonomie parfois limite (gestion des potaras principalement), Musiques japonaises de l'anime remplacées par d'autres sans rapport, Pas d'auto-sauvegarde
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