Sid Meier's Civilization VI
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Sid Meier's Civilization VI is still a great game. Regardless of the platform, it retains its charm and deep gameplay. Versions for stationary consoles turned out to be very successful with well-adapted control for gamepads. If you are a fan of the genre and did not play the game, do it on any convenient system for you.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Epic journey through time with very well-meshed elements - a great round strategy game despite weak AI!
Review in German | Read full review
Civilization VI is a rock solid port that keeps the game's strengths – and flaws – intact for consoles.
Absolutely recommended both to those who want to go back to rewriting the destiny of humanity with a pad in their hands and to beginners who wish to approach one of the most important fragments of gaming history ever.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Civilization VI is a testament that the turn-based strategy genre is very much alive, and is here for more eras to come. Despite some AI personality hiccups and a steep learning curve, you’ll be on the edge of your seat pleading, “Just one more turn!
If I had to bring just one Switch game to a deserted island, it would without a doubt be this one. And I know that I will continue to love this entry, this game, and this franchise for many ages to come.
Shrinking such a dense game onto a smaller system and making it work with game-pad controls is no mean feat, and Aspyr’s port of Civilization VI feels like a perfect introduction to the series while also offering a new way to play for experienced fans.
Sid Meier's Civilization VI is a fantastic addition to the Nintendo Switch library. It brings one of the best games on PC to Nintendo's handheld with little compromise. Sure there's no online multiplayer and the Rise and Fall expansion is missing, but everything else about the core game is present and correct, especially in that it's as addictive as ever, in fact probably even more so.
While a flawed entry, it does have some bright moments. Districts are a great addition and the government system has been overhauled. However, there’s a lot missing and it’s a bit slow.
Civilization VI is a worthwhile addition to the series. It takes the familiar Civilization formula and builds on it to give more power to its players. Despite some interface issues, its a great game that you will lose hours and hours in.