Civilisation IV (Mac) Reviews
Product Type: Aspyr PC games
Description:Genre: Strategy / Publisher: Aspyr / Platform(s): Mac / ESRB Rating: E10 - (Everyone 10+) / Media: DVD-ROM / With Sid Meier's Civilization IV, history as you know it, is history. Rule throughout time and create your own legacy as you guide your civilization ... more
Civilisation IV (Mac) ... from the dawn of man through the space age and beyond.Implement new technologies,conduct diplomacy or wage war to grow your society and become the most powerful leader the world has ever known.
Newest Review: ... i couldnt understand his obsession at all. I decided to buy him CivIV for the PC so i could get my TV back, and soon got ... more
Customer Civilisation IV (Mac) Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/06/09 (Useful, 7 readings)
Civilisation IV comes highly recommended by someone who was thought it was the most pointless, boring game in the world... My boyfriend had the PS1 Civilisation, which quite frankly was rubbish, and i couldnt understand his obsession at all. I decided to buy him CivIV for the PC so i could get my TV back, and soon got hooked myself. To begin with you can pick which leader you want to be - there are loads to pick from and each has two main attributes ie financial, spirtual, expansion etc which gives you various bonuses so it helps to know your victory aim before you start - which you can also select at the start - time, space race, domination etc or you can select ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
Civilisation 4 is quite simply the best money I have spent on my boyfriend for a very long time! This is a game that you can easily play for a whole day without knowing where the time has gone. You know the type - the ones that stop you doing anything else that you planned to do that day! This is a game where you have to develop your civilisation in order to eventually take over the world either by force, or by wowing your opponents. Be warned though, this is not a micromanagement game like Age of Empires or similar. You have overall control of your civilisation but you can't get in and directly control how each farm is run etc. The fighting units are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
When I consider the time I spent playing this last winter I think this is the best value for money entertainment I've bought in a long time! Starting with just a small group of settlers you have to build an entire civilisation from scratch and build up to world domintation, taking care of everything from your peoples' culture and happiness to scientific advances and developing relationships with other world leaders as you go. It's quite a delicate balance to get everything right and that's part of why this game is so addictive, there seems to be more to consider every time you play and it's really interesting to try different styles of leadership. For example, I ... Read the complete review
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