Been over a decade since i've played a civ game. A couple days ago saw an ad on some site for a preview of civ6, at first though it was due to launch oct 2017, only later realized that i'm a year late. Early reviews seem to mark the game as buggy, and i've lately had my fill with Alpha games that are full of bugs and problems, and was looking for a finished game to sink into. How finished is Civ6 at this stage, in the sence that most bugs are fixed and anything that's left is rarely occuring and non fatal? also, this will be the most expensive game i've bought in god knows how long, is it really worth the investment? Did they really make the AI worth playing against? or is it another game that is either easy to beat at fair levels, and the AI becomes a challange only if the difficult settings give it an insane unfair advantage? Do experienced players ever encounter a surprise turn of the game after the mid game? or is every game a forgone conclussion (either you've clearly won, or your only chance is to sqeak a win by a certain condition) by somewhere in the middle and the second half of the game is just a monotonous cleanup operation? And also, how likely am i go get my wife interested in this game? i know that's a wierd question (you dont know my wife), but it boils down to how interesting is the game to watch from the side?