Summary: This game I did no load it was from the same site as my other game Phora it did work adn gave my pc a lot of problems. I still can get it out of my haard drive . Did get all my money back I ddo not advise buying from this site.
Summary: Not only the name is misleading, one would think that it would have some connection to the Civilization series, but it's foreign (England--note that I bought the game through Amazon but the seller was listed as BLS Mart and the order was fulfilled by Amazon); although the the accent is the least that bothers me. The game lacks depth, imagination, and motivation to play on! The tasks and the missions are repetitive and graphics are mediocre.
Summary: It has pretty much all been said, let's just say it again 'cause I'm sure Firaxis/Firefly will plant positive reviews here. The game takes ages to load, the voice acting is silly (British? Australian? Herman's Hermits?), the progression is totally linear (ie the game fails to become more complicated at higher levels), the graphics date to 2002, and the citizen 'fetching' system is completely random and opaque.
Summary: With the Civ pedigree and expectation after Firaxis & Meyer's superb Civ 4, I had no hesitation in grabbing this game off the shelf. And now it seems I've got another piece of plastic I couldn't flog for a fiver on eBay. This is the most disappointing release I've seen in a long time. The graphics are blocky and lousy. The interface is too big and simplistic.
Summary: This game is playable but it has been done before, infact years ago. If you were to play Ceasar 3 on the PC you will see absolutely no difference in game play, buildings, what people say, what you have to do etc... Everything down to the smallest detail is the exactly the same. No word of a lie. The only thing that differs with this game is the slightly better graphics.