Call to Power 2 (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Activision PC games
Description:A strategy game developed and published by Activision. The empire-building game puts you in control of a civilization over the course of 6000 years. You control city growth diplomacy economic development and trade military conquest and a variety of other ... more
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Platforms: Windows 95 Windows 98, ESRB Rating: Everyone
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Customer Call to Power 2 (PC) Reviews (9)
by - written on 01/07/01, updated on 02/07/01
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by - written on 29/06/01, updated on 29/06/01 (Very useful, 489 readings)
Call to Power 2 is the latest of the Civilisation series, and although it does not bear the famous name due to some legal problems, it does have the same great gameplay that made all the previous games so good. I actually got Call to Power 1 and Call to Power 2 from Amazon for only £25, which was good considering that everywhere else was charging that much just for the second one on its own. Even better though, is that opinion is divided on which is best so I could try them both out for myself. What was clear was that a lot of people thought the original game was flawed, and the second was an attempt to put right the mistakes they made in the first game. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/01, updated on 25/06/01 (Very useful, 118 readings)
For me the Civilisation series is what a strategy game should contain. In both Civilisation and Civilisation 2 have it all and for me are classics. In Civilisation 2: Call to Power follows the same aims as the original Civilisation, you build your original city, extract the local resources to build a home base, then go off explore and take new land, by force in necessary. You also research technologic advances, to continue to beat the other civs around you. To win the game you can either go for military conquest, or a science victory if you research the right techs you can win the games. The standard game is turn based. On each turn you can move ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/01, updated on 27/05/01 (Very useful, 188 readings)
Call to power 2 is part of the series which grew from the original civilization by Sid Meier and like all other games based on Civilization it is truly excellent. The object of the game is to take complete control of one of about 25 civilizations, you then have to guide this civilization through 6000 years against up to 7 other rival civilizations ultimately striving for military and scientific superiority. there are several ways to win the game: Get the highest score - At 2300 AD the scores for your civilization and the other 7 civilizations are added up and if your civilization has the highest score then you win. You gain a score by winning wars and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/01, updated on 06/04/01 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I'm a sucker for strategy simulation games and this one hasn't let me down. I had not played its predecessor, Civilisation:Call to Power, but I'm told that this is a vast improvement in every way. Taking it as I find it, however, it's got all the elements that a good game of this type needs and I can see myself playing it (on and off) for months ahead. You start off in the year 4000BC with only a sim settler for company. Before you is a huge, unexplored map. You choose what looks like a good place to start and get building. Every time you take a turn, you can build, explore, grow, trade, fight and expand. Every so often, as the time ... Read the complete review
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