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Civilization Vi - PC Perspectives


Civilization Vi
PC Perspectives
AMD, 2K and Firaxis Games have been working together to bring the newest DX12 features to Civilization IV and today they have announced their success. The new game will incorporate Asynchronous Compute in the engine as well as support for Explicit ...

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Civilization Vi - PC Perspectives


Civilization Vi
PC Perspectives
AMD, 2K and Firaxis Games have been working together to bring the newest DX12 features to Civilization IV and today they have announced their success. The new game will incorporate Asynchronous Compute in the engine as well as support for Explicit ...

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Sid Meier's Civilization VI First Dev Diary - Gamers Hell


Sid Meier's Civilization VI First Dev Diary
Gamers Hell
Famed for his composing of the only piece of video game music to win a Grammy Award, the title theme to Sid Meier's Civilization IV 'Baba Yetu', Tin returns to the franchise to compose for Sid Meier's Civilization VI, called 'Sogno di Volare' (The ...

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Patagonia Is Going To Make You Think Differently About Food - Co.Create


Co.Create

Patagonia Is Going To Make You Think Differently About Food
Co.Create
Civilization VI has its own unique look, but it's one that's surprising for the series: It's slightly cartoonish and exaggerated, and (at least to this writer's eyes) gives a nod to the previous mobile- and console-oriented Civilization Revolution ...

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Adapting Sid Meier's "Civilization VI" To A Bold New World - Co.Create


Co.Create

Adapting Sid Meier's "Civilization VI" To A Bold New World
Co.Create
Civilization VI has its own unique look, but it's one that's surprising for the series: It's slightly cartoonish and exaggerated, and (at least to this writer's eyes) gives a nod to the previous mobile- and console-oriented Civilization Revolution ...
Civilization 6 Theme Composed by Grammy Winner from Civ 4Attack of the Fanboy

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Civilization IV Complete Edition FREE for Amazon Prime Members - GameSpew


Civilization IV Complete Edition FREE for Amazon Prime Members
GameSpew
Amazon UK are giving away Civilization IV Complete Edition on PC absolutely free. Yeah, you read that right: I had to do a double take too. Add Civ IV to your basket, usually £14.99, and use the code FREEPCGAME at the checkout to get it absolutely free.

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Our hopes for Civilization VI - Zam News


Zam News

Our hopes for Civilization VI
Zam News
With these changes, we might also see a return of some Civilization IV mechanics, such as the obsolescence of walls in the age of gunpowder. Will muskets and cannons be able to penetrate previously impervious defenses? I'll also be interested to see if ...

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Christopher Tin to compose Civilization VI theme - New Game Network


New Game Network

Christopher Tin to compose Civilization VI theme
New Game Network
2K and Firaxis Games have announced Christopher Tin is the composer of the title theme for Sid Meier's Civilization VI. Christopher Tin is known for his composing of the only piece of video game music to win a Grammy Award, the title theme to ...

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Christopher Tin composing theme for Sid Meier's Civilization VI - SelectButton


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Christopher Tin composing theme for Sid Meier's Civilization VI
SelectButton
... announced that Christopher Tin will be returning to Civilization series to compose the title theme for Sid Meier's Civilization VI called 'Sogno di Volare' (The Dream of Flight). He is famed for comping the title them for Sid Meier's Civilization ...

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Christopher Tin Composing Title Theme For Sid Meier's Civilization VI - Gamasutra


Christopher Tin Composing Title Theme For Sid Meier's Civilization VI
Gamasutra
Famed for his composing of the only piece of video game music to win a Grammy Award, the title theme to Sid Meier's Civilization IV 'Baba Yetu', Tin returns to the franchise to compose for Sid Meier's Civilization VI , called 'Sogno di Volare' (The ...

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Christopher Tin Composing Title Theme For Sid Meier's Civilization VI - Capsule Computers


Christopher Tin Composing Title Theme For Sid Meier's Civilization VI
Capsule Computers
Famed for his composing of the only piece of video game music to win a Grammy Award, the title theme to Sid Meier's Civilization IV 'Baba Yetu', Tin returns to the franchise to compose for Sid Meier's Civilization VI, called 'Sogno di Volare' (The ...

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Civilization is coming to classrooms, and that's a bad idea - Kill Screen (blog)


Civilization is coming to classrooms, and that's a bad idea
Kill Screen (blog)
If you wanted to find a small, distilled encapsulation of the Civilization series of grand-scale strategy games, you need go no farther than the musical trailer for Civilization IV's (2005) original game and its theme song, “Baba Yetu.” The trailer ...

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Civilization Revolution 2 Plus review for PS Vita - Gaming Age


Gaming Age

Civilization Revolution 2 Plus review for PS Vita
Gaming Age
I approached Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution 2 Plus with no small amount of apprehension. I'd never played any of the Civilization games before, but by reputation I knew them to be both insanely addictive and fairly hardcore in terms of strategy ...

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60 turns with Civilization VI: 3 key tweaks will change how you conquer the world - PCWorld


PCWorld

60 turns with Civilization VI: 3 key tweaks will change how you conquer the world
PCWorld
I don't know. I don't hate it, and it admittedly looks better in motion than it does in screenshots. But the exaggerated colors and soft edges land this somewhere between the stylized look of Civ IV and the cartoonish look of Civilization Revolution ...

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System Update: Sid Meier's Civilization gets a revamp in Civ VI - New York Daily News


New York Daily News

System Update: Sid Meier's Civilization gets a revamp in Civ VI
New York Daily News
The Civ series has always looked good in a no-frills sort of way, but the new game looks a lot like Civilization: Revolution, the somewhat cartoony-looking console-and-tablet game Firaxis made several years ago. Bold colors now overtake the screen, and ...
Sid Meier's Civilization 6: it's nearly time to clear 260 hours in your diaryVG247

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Civilization VI offers more choice and less confusion - The Verge


The Verge

Civilization VI offers more choice and less confusion
The Verge
"We even took stuff from Civilization: Revolution" — the 2008 entry in the series designed for consoles — "but we didn't want to go that heavily stylized." The result is a world of bright colors and floppy-eared dogs, semi-realistic soldiers, and ...

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iOS App of the Week: Civilization Revolution - iPhone FAQ


iPhone FAQ

iOS App of the Week: Civilization Revolution
iPhone FAQ
Civilization Revolution was released way back in 2009 but it is still one of my favorite strategy games on the Apple App Store. The iOS version is a great addition to the popular Civilization franchise, and it deserves another look from fans who ...

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PolyCast Questions/Comments/Topics Requested for Christmas Special 2011

PolyCast - Mon, 2011-11-21 19:50
Submit questions to answer, comments to reflect on and topics to investigate to drive the PolyCast 2011 Christmas Special's content to be hosted by the show's regular co-hosts: Civ in nature, strategy/computer gaming in general or even PolyCast specific inquiries are all welcome... you are not limited to just one!
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PolyCast #135: Take the Blame

PolyCast - Sat, 2011-11-19 17:12
In the 'News' (01m41s), on the carrying out, and fallout, of the hacking of Steam's servers that permitted access to user forum accounts and financial information. Next in the 'Research Lab' (18m29s), implementing an national currency system in the Civilization series. In 'Forum Talk' (28m53s), choosing the best civilization for a One-City Challenge (OCC) in first CivV, then CivIV, and are Nuclear-powered weapons unfair in CivV with inevitable comparison to CivIV. Then in 'Community Focus' (49m03s), looking at the youngest of the largest Civ fan websites at present, WePlayCiv.
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PolyCast #134: All's Fair in Love and Civ

PolyCast - Sat, 2011-11-05 15:56
In 'Forum Talk' (02m15s), concern over a tactic being seen as cheating in a co-operative Civilization IV multiplayer game, on the use of Airports and air lifting in CivIV and CivV (10m39s) and sharing food between cities within your empire in either game (26m08s). Then under 'Open Mic' (43m43s), comparably last experienced during the show's first season, engaging in telephonic message tag over a misdirected missing rental.
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