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Civilization Revolution: Reviews

Discussion in 'Article Comments' started by jwhutchi, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. jwhutchi

    jwhutchi Chieftain

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    A new book entry has been added:

    [drupal=471]Civilization Revolution: Reviews[/drupal]

     
  2. jwhutchi

    jwhutchi Chieftain

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    :mad::mad:Civ Revolutions is by far the most unaccurate and frustrating nonsense I have ever played. That is really saying a lot considering I have been playing since the introduction of Civ I for the IBM running on an old 486 IBM PC. Since when can you take a city under a Democracy with a higher cultural value than most capitals in the game with a great person. Not to mention all the errors and miscues that have slowed any really mutiplayer function. How disappointing for a Civ junky to endour such a losy game for the console. Don't even get me started on Nukes, WTF?
     

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