Reviews and Problems with Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Warlords
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31 August 2011
Summary: There is not many updates in this "expansion pack", but it makes the game perfect. It became more realistic, more enjoyable and more addictive. Everyone should try it, it's worth it. It's recommended for everyone.
Summary: At the time I bought this, "Beyond the Sword" did not exist. As such, this review is rather useless unless you intend to collect every single Civilization IV product. Anyway, this expansion is great in that it adds more units, scenarios, and features. It's definitly worth getting if you want to add some more replayability to your game. I'd say it's worth it.
Summary: Civilization IV: Warlords basically adds a few new civilizations, a few new leaders, and a few new scenarios. These features probably aren't worth the price, and in any case they are included in the Beyond the Sword expansion. If you buy Beyond the Sword, don't bother buying Warlords. I will say, though, that the Warlords scenarios are quite enjoyable. I particularly liked the barbarian scenario, where you control the barbarians and your goal is to destroy civilization.
Summary: I have been playing this a few times since I picked it and Beyond the Sword up. I installed both on my vanilla civ4 install and haven't yet tried corporations or some of the very interesting looking custom content. Some of the changes to the base game like Great Generals and the changes to the Spying in the game I have had plenty of fun with in game as well as messing around with unrestricted leaders and the unique units and buildings.
Summary: While CIV IV is an excellent game the expansions are not so great. Sure the added content is always nice and the new game play really makes for an interesting and fresh take. But the increase in the AI cheating is just too much. What a shame because I would recommend CIV IV to anyone, it is just that good of a game, these expansions take it down a notch.
Another Sid Meiers Civ game pack for the completely and totally addicted
Literature Addiction "Addy", Amazon
22 December 2007
Summary: Once again, the Civ IV products are not a disappointment to the totally addicted CIVILIZATION individual. Though we waited a full year to purchase this particular expansion pack, as it did not have a great deal of new items, it was a decidedly good addition to the CIV gaming collection. For the strategy turn/based game enthusiast, the Sid Meiers Civilization games are addicting and interesting. This one fuels the addiction even further.