Review for Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution for PS3

Ever want to rule the globe with an iron fist? Be the most cultured nation on earth? Or have such a scientifically superior race that you become the first to colonize Alpha Centauri? Well, then let your wildest dreams come true in Sid Meier’s latest Civilization titled Revolution. Bandar Ceme really helped me in improving my game with the useful and amazing tips that were mentioned on it webpage. If you are looking for ways through which you can improve your gameplay then you should definitely check this link out. 

I have logged over 30+ hours on this game in less than 2 weeks. It is that addicting. If you are a fan of any turn-based strategy game, such as risk, then this game is for you. You start out choosing your race ranging from the ancient Greeks to the powerful Germans or the elegant English. You start out with nothing but a lowly band of settlers that you command around the world map to find what you consider the best place to lay the foundation of your vast empire. But be forewarned, these settlers are defenseless, so the quicker you set up shop the better.

From the beginnings of your first city, you will be able to construct warriors. They are the basis of all war units but after completing your first unit, I recommend sending them out exploring. You discover barbaric city’s close on and will need to conquer these to acquire new cities. Once you have 2 or more cities you can build a road which will facilitate your units to move from city to city in one turn. This becomes very helpful. You research upgrades for your civilization that include the discovery of the alphabet, ranging all the way to researching life support techniques for your space station. Once you discover another Civ’s unit or city border you have the option of declaring peace. Or you can just crush their feeble cities under the mighty hammer of your armed forces. How you play is all up to you. With four different ways to win the game, the options are nearly limitless on how you decide to play.

The online gameplay is excellent. While I did manage to run into a few hiccups in the matchmaking process, I just hosted my own games and didn’t have a problem. I would recommend using a wired connection rather than a wireless one due to the fact that the information is sent/received much faster. You can play with up to 3 other people online. And again how you decide to play is totally up to you. Rushing armies into the fog of war will not always produce a win, even though its a blast ruining someone’s city before they even get their first wonder built.

I gave this game an 8.5 out of 10. The graphics on the PS3 are beautiful but cartoony is the look they decided on. And I am not at all saying that is a bad thing. it really works for this type of game. The replay value is very high. You will be playing these games for months on end. The only downfall I found was in the online matchmaking. But that could be my connection or lack of players online. Hopefully, most of you reading this will go and purchase this game and we can match wits on a global scale.

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