Quick question: does this just give me a steam code I can activate whenever? I'm travelling with a work laptop won't have a chance to get back to my desktop until Thursday and wouldn't want an automatic download to start or anything.
There is many people who would sell copies of Civ 5 GOTY for $9.
Can you point me in their direction?
Repped! Thanks, been waiting for a good price on this for a while.
Forget about winning and losing; forget about pride and pain. Let your opponent graze your skin and you smash into his flesh; let him smash into your flesh and you fracture his bones; let him fracture your bones and you take his life. Do not be concerned with escaping safely - lay your life before him.
Civ V is a better game than Civ IV with the G&K expansion. Who really wants to deal with those insane computer turns and micromanaging 1 million individual stacked units.
The pinnacle of Civilization entertainment imo is Civilization Revolution, and sadly they will never release than to PC.
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Happen to have a copy of Civ 5 in my inventory on Steam I never redeemed and don't really plan to. If someone has something in equivalent value they'd like to trade for my Civ 5 (secure steam trade only please) feel free to pm me an offer.
Don't recall the rules on trading, if this isn't allowed on SD, mod can feel free to delete this post. (Sorry!).
Thanks OP. I noticed the Gold Edition has just become available on Steam which is the game and most DLC to date (including Gods and Kings) and is listed for $49.99. On the landing page for Civ 5 in the Steam store there is a link for "Buy Sid Meier's Civilization V: Gold Edition Upgrade" which appears to be all of the DLC (without the main game) bundled together for $20, so I grabbed that as well...essentially gets the "Gold Edition" for $26 when combined with the base game. Altogether not too bad (Civ 5 + GOTY edition has been as low as $20 combined, this gets you a couple more DLC on top of that).
Thanks OP, I've been wanting to try Civ V for awhile now. I was always a casual player of I-IV and I felt like IV got a little too complicated for my taste, so I think I will actually prefer the dumbed down V.
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