Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall
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Critic Reviews for Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall
Rise and Fall is a great addition to Civilization 6 that doesn't quite go far enough to be essential.
Civ 6: Rise and Fall's new Golden Age and Governor systems add new and interesting decisions while Loyalty largely bogs it down.
Messy, boisterous, chaotic - Civilization 6: Rise and Fall is the antidote to the Enlightenment.
A very worthwhile expansion of the venerable strategy game, whose new features seem a natural, and surprisingly realistic, extension of the original game.
Complex and interwoven systems can be daunting, but building an empire remains incredibly rewarding
This expansion is a recognition that the magic of this series is in giving players lots of choices — sometimes difficult choices — as we all strive to stamp our own personalities on what is, effectively, a simulation of personal political leadership.
Rise and Fall introduces smart new features to Civ VI that enhance the base game without overcomplicating it.
Rise and Fall adds a lot of well-meaning nuance to the base game of Civilization VI. The new Loyalty system allows for more peaceful play, offering border expansion and bringing back city flipping as a strategy. The combination of Golden/Dark Ages and Emergency Situations mean it's now harder for one player to surge ahead in a game. There are still issues though, including illogical AI decisions and espionage needing another pass. It's a great addition to the base game, but Civilization VI isn't quite done yet.