Excerpt: If we look at the history of the Civilization franchise we can’t deny the incredible path it walked upon. Sid Meier’ s: Civilization conquered many pc gamer’s heart and is known as one of the best turn-based games. After conquering the pc world it’s time to rush into the console world.
Excerpt: Since it’s release, Mass Effect 2 has had a fair amount of DLC for fans to enjoy in addition to what is already a fantastic and lengthy game. Fans who bought the game new and have a Cerberus Network membership have also been able to enjoy this content for free.
Excerpt: At a time when pulsating fast paced shooters Call of Duty 4 and Halo 3 regularly fill the top two spots on Xbox LIVE, and every second game released on the 'next gen' consoles shows muscle bound marines splitting grotesque mutants in two, Civilisation Revolution, the console re-imagination of Sid...
Excerpt: Civilization: Revolution brings Civ to your PS3, with brilliant colors creating a lush and nicely detailed world for you to conquer - or leave behind, if you choose to pursue a technological victory.
Excerpt: As the cliché goes, it’s hard to make a strategy game on consoles. Many have tried, and all but a very select few have failed. Even the classic PC franchises have time and time again struggled on their console outings, with poor controls and poor porting ruining what was once an awesome gaming...
Excerpt: Why update a classic? Why fix what's not broke? Why not just leave well enough alone? Civilization started out as a perfect game 17 years ago, and all that time later remains a perfect game -- one simply frosted with different flavors from time to time to attract new fans.
Excerpt: I think the term used above is abhorrently wrong and the better term would be that the game fits perfectly into the constraints of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360’s controller. Everything is readily available to you, just not to the degree you could hone in on stuff in the computer version.
Excerpt: Anyone familiar with Sid Meier’s long running civilization series will be undoubtedly skeptical at the notion of Civilization being removed from its secure and safe home, the PC, and thrown into the cold, frightening unknown of home consoles.