(Note: I'm still playing through my first game, I am not a hardcore gamer min-maxer, I have never beat Civ on a level higher than King/Monarch) I thought that owning the game would finally clarify things for me but I find the culture victory to be so incredibly confusing. - The culture victory description says you need both culture and tourism to win it, but I have no clue how culture plays into the victory calculation. If it works defensively like in Civ 5, there is not interface or indicators saying exactly how it plays into it. - I have no clue how domestic tourism is calculated versus foreign tourism, or what wonders/art pieces attracts one of the other - The number next to the luggage on the top of the main screen doesn't match any of the numbers in the culture victory screen - The tourism overlay shows a bunch of random numbers on the map, some of which are zero, and yet each of those hotspots displays a total tourism accumulated so far - I have no idea how or why the amount of tourism collected so far matters at all - No idea how the total number of tourists needed for a culture victory is calculated - The culture victory screen needs to show all the modifiers without me having to scroll over each other Civ to see a tooltip. And I have no idea which Civ to prioritize to enhance the modifiers (i.e., should I direct my limited trade routes to Civ X or Y to get the biggest bang for my buck?) Don't get me wrong, i'm not a complete moron, I realize that if I need to win the culture victory I just have to keep building wonders and great works and resorts and stuff like that. And I guess keep sending trade routes to people generally I guess. But none of the numbers match each other or make any sense to me. It would good to know exactly how all the numbers are generated.