Thanks a lot for posting this! :thumbsup:
His greatest crime imo is that he turned Civilization into a board game, where ai "backstabs" you when you are "winning" because ai also wants to...
You really pissed me off today, CivFanatics... I do have a sense of humor I assure you, but jeeez since were all waiting for the expansion so...
200$? :lol: I spent about 300$ on a new videocard and about 80-90 $ on the game (and I wanted to spend more, much more :blush:), played about 100...
:crazyeye: There's a contradiction right there I'm surprised you don't see it.
Civ IV's diplo victories were great imho.
hey am I the only one here who's tired of topics like "CIV 4 or CiV", "Should I buy CiV", etc.
(no offence intended)
I like Civ4:Col a lot, brings back memories... :)
What bugs me most is that I don't really care about winning. I care more about immersion. In civ IV I have the feeling I'm building an empire and...
:mad: city razing now drains happiness (again), longer time between turns, the game crashed after about 150 turns (never crashed before the patch).
"- AI is now capable of denouncing friends (aka, backstabbing) and added backstabbing info to diplo overview screen."
This is ridiculous, they...
I think you are refering to stuff other civilizations can trade/sign, i.e. pacts of cooperation, research agreements, etc.
Someone should update the main post, Greg added a bunch of stuff 11/18.
Map size also matters, i.e. huge pangaea is much more difficult than large pangaea.
Next time build a scout, find out where your nearest neighbor is, build 2 archers and 3 warriors and start kicking his butt as early as you can,...
If you think he's dumb, check out the expression on Alexander's face when you conquered his civ, he seems really happy about it. :D
Emperor + Large map + sparse recourses (it's more interesting this way) + random civs
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