Summary: I haven't played games in a good long time (having kids will do that for you) but I spent literally HOURS playing Civ 2 back in the day (which was a Thursday if I remember right). I picked up a PS3 now that my daughter is a teen thinking it might be fun to play together. What's good: - If you've played any of the previous Civs this one will not disappoint you - easy to play, simple commands, much improved graphics (its like participating in a cartoon world) - Basic...
Summary: This was a pritty fun game while your playing it. I had fun creatting civilizations, and fighting, or making peace with other civilizations but after you finish it like twice i haven't even touched it in a long time.
Summary: Hard to find a retail copy of this game in-store, and I've been stuck with the PS3 downloadable demo for months... so happy to have the full thing, finally! Was a big fan of Civ3, skipped 4 for the most part, and this one is easily the best I've played!
Summary: This game was a purchase for my husband. He had been anticipating it for some time with much teasing on my part. He had explained to me many times the basis of the game and expressed his overwhelming excitement. However I just told him he was a nerd and smiled. I can say now however, (much to my surprise) he was very right in enjoying the game. We have enjoyed many hours ( and hours and hours) together playing it.
Summary: I love this game. It's as fun as Civilization 3 for the PC, but doesn't have the tedium of Civilization 3. You have to make decisions constantly. (Not just make decisions once in a while and carry them out for a while like in Civilization 3). Every game is full of changes and you have to constantly adapt to them. The game has only one bug that I have found so far after completing 5 games. Sometimes, you can't build the World Bank to win an economic victory.