Reviews and Problems with Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri Complete
Showing 1-10 of 80
Windows 7 NOT.....
3 April 2012
Summary: It is advertised as Windows 7 compatible, however after a full day of trawling through various forums and support pages to no avail. I have installed this game several times with various patches, add on's, compatibility boxes ticked and editing .int files I am no closer getting this to run.
Summary: Civilisation III is the next generation on from Sid Meier's Civilisation II, but Alpha Centauri and Alien Crossfire are truly the sequels to the story. Without a doubt the biggest quality to recommend this computer game is its storyline.
Summary: A have wasted hundreds of hours on this little gem. Pretty much everything has been said about it, in reviews for other editions of it. This is basically the Planetary Pack. The one thing it does it that it immerses you in the change the technology brings to your faction.
Summary: In 1999, in the wake of the the huge success of Sid Meier & Brian Reynolds released a logical sequel: a colonization ship, Unity, is launched from Earth on the path to self-destruction. An inboard malfunction and assassination of the captain divides the colonists into several competing factions.
Summary: this game isnt bad but to be honest it has so much that you have todo it becomes a chore just keeping up and for me the game play is really slow. I think I will stick to the faster type of games. But the graphics are pretty good and some new effects
Summary: i have to say i expected much more from mr meier and alpha centauri, it was almost retro stuff and i think that civ 4 complete knocks spots of this, the gameplay is childish and eratic not that impressed i must say (sorry sid) update update given up with this as it seems to have a bug in it , my...
Summary: To start with, this game is soooo difficult to understand. It may have different unit types, but it's all so complex. I haven't managed to finish a game yet, and to be honest, I don't think I'll bother.
Summary: I bought this having been a fan of the Civilisation series for years, and thinking this might be a different take on that. It isn't. Perhaps I'm missing something, but I thought it very one-dimensional and dull.
Summary: I AM A BIG FAN OF SID MEIER'S STRATEGY GAMES BUT,TO ME,THIS ONE IS THE PITS-IT TAKES ME BACK TO THE DAYS OF THE EARLY PC'S LIKE THE ATARI XL AND AMSTRAD-IT'S THAT BAD!THERE IS NO THOUGHT GONE GONE INTO IT AND THE IDEA MUST HAVE BEEN POACHED FROM THE MIND OF A 4 YEAR OLD CHILD ON DRUGS-THERE ARE...