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Civilization V was an iconic point in the Sid Meier's Civilization franchise. While the game received some criticisms by fans on launch, the Complete Edition, which includes the much necessary Gods & Kings and Brave New World expansion packs, both expanding on various system and adding QoL features, as well as content packs which add new maps and scenarios, is considered some of the best releases in the entire franchise who by now is over 20 years old.

If you are new to the Civilization franchise, these are 4X turn-based strategy games, where you select one of the 43 available civilizations and start a settlement in the Ancient Era (4000 BCE). You will then create units in order to expand and defend what can be a future empire as you develop and discover technologies that will help push your civilization forward.

As you find other civilizations in your world, you will be able to form alliances and make trade deals, but not every civilization will be as friendly, and soon enough you might found yourself in the middle of a war. The world won't wait for you, though, so depending on your game style and how you take on developing your civilization, kingdoms will rise and fall without your input, other civilizations will work towards their own objectives and every game will be different in Civilization V.

The game also features many ways to play: you are able to setup your ideal free-for-all match, you can play scenarios which put you in specific situations with different objectives, you can play with your friends online or through hot-seat multiplayer and it also has support to Remote Play on Tablet. Make sure to also check the Workshop in order to explore a number of modifications available for Civilization V.

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Not only is this a great game that aged well and still has a huge fan base (including me), but on low graphic settings, you can play this game on most modern systems even without dedicated graphics. Heck, I've played it on a 2014 MacBook Air and a Dell with an AMD A12 processor with no trouble. If you do play on low end systems, then also expect to play against less opponents. For example in my gaming notebook, I'll play 12 Civs and 24 city states, which I'd never do on machines without dedicated graphics. In other words, play smaller on less powerful systems. Also, smaller is better when you prefer domination victories -- for the uninitiated, that's when you capture every Civs capital. There are many other victory types and scenarios and a ton of Steam badges for them. This is by far the best game in the series and it last I saw still had more players than Civ 6.
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I love this game! thanks OP
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This game has aged well. It's infinitely replayable. It's got great mods out there that make it even better. You can play it on a computer that's a little older. I couldn't recommend it more.
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Not only is this a great game that aged well and still has a huge fan base (including me), but on low graphic settings, you can play this game on most modern systems even without dedicated graphics. Heck, I've played it on a 2014 MacBook Air and a Dell with an AMD A12 processor with no trouble. If you do play on low end systems, then also expect to play against less opponents. For example in my gaming notebook, I'll play 12 Civs and 24 city states, which I'd never do on machines without dedicated graphics. In other words, play smaller on less powerful systems. Also, smaller is better when you prefer domination victories -- for the uninitiated, that's when you capture every Civs capital. There are many other victory types and scenarios and a ton of Steam badges for them. This is by far the best game in the series and it last I saw still had more players than Civ 6.
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Civ 5 > Civ 6
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Why have they never fixed the bug where workers or special people won't auto work after combat has taken place in that area? At some point you will have to keep building a road, working a tile or repairing something every single turn instead of giving a one time order that gets followed.
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Not only is this a great game that aged well and still has a huge fan base (including me), but on low graphic settings, you can play this game on most modern systems even without dedicated graphics. Heck, I've played it on a 2014 MacBook Air and a Dell with an AMD A12 processor with no trouble. If you do play on low end systems, then also expect to play against less opponents. For example in my gaming notebook, I'll play 12 Civs and 24 city states, which I'd never do on machines without dedicated graphics. In other words, play smaller on less powerful systems. Also, smaller is better when you prefer domination victories -- for the uninitiated, that's when you capture every Civs capital. There are many other victory types and scenarios and a ton of Steam badges for them. This is by far the best game in the series and it last I saw still had more players than Civ 6.
Thank you, that was a great explanation ☺️
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when does Tyler Perry's Civilization V come out?
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Why have they never fixed the bug where workers or special people won't auto work after combat has taken place in that area? At some point you will have to keep building a road, working a tile or repairing something every single turn instead of giving a one time order that gets followed.
Yeah, it's annoying to have workers chilling in cities in late game while a ton of tiles are still undeveloped.
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I liked how workers "worked" to complete projects in Civ V (and like in all the others as far as I remember) but in VI they're "used up" after 3+ uses and you have to train more.
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Is there any great tutorials on YouTube or anywhere else to learn this game? The tutorial is not the best for me.
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Not only is this a great game that aged well and still has a huge fan base (including me), but on low graphic settings, you can play this game on most modern systems even without dedicated graphics. Heck, I've played it on a 2014 MacBook Air and a Dell with an AMD A12 processor with no trouble. If you do play on low end systems, then also expect to play against less opponents. For example in my gaming notebook, I'll play 12 Civs and 24 city states, which I'd never do on machines without dedicated graphics. In other words, play smaller on less powerful systems. Also, smaller is better when you prefer domination victories -- for the uninitiated, that's when you capture every Civs capital. There are many other victory types and scenarios and a ton of Steam badges for them. This is by far the best game in the series and it last I saw still had more players than Civ 6.
is this similar to age of empires
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is this similar to age of empires
I never played Age of Empires, but I believe that is an RTS have whereas Civ is a turn based game.
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