Civilization: Beyond Earth
Oct 24,2014 0 Comments
Civilization: Beyond Earth. Civilization: Beyond Earth has been advertised as the game for me. A slow, strategic game with a setting of post-Earth space exploration and the future of humanity at stake.
This thing sounds like something I’ve dreamt about. It’s the type of game I want to play, and when given the opportunity to review it, I jumped at the chance.
Now, I’m not a crazy, crazy Civ fan. I’ve played each since Civ III, and I spent a lot of time in Civilization V, but I’m not the person with 10,000 hours on record with each title. I’d say I push towards 100 or 200 with them. I’m a fan, but I’m not the hardcore fan.
I am, however, the most versed with the franchise here at TechnoBuffalo. That, and my love of this game’s concept, made me the perfect one to review it. I will say, as a fair warning, if you’re looking for the review that dives into the minutiae of every single research branch and unit type, you might want to look elsewhere. I’m not that person.
I’m the person who wants a strategy game to play over the span of months in the mornings with a cup of coffee in one hand and my mouse in the other. For that, Civilization: Beyond Earth works beautifully.
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