Civilization VI Game Review

The most revolutionary change in the Civilization series is the introduction of strategy games. It has been 10 years since the release of the first strategy game in the Civilization series and one wonders why, but not many people remember it. When I first played Civilization I did not think that strategy games would be as popular as they are now. Once you get the hang of playing with tiles and creating wonders of the world, the game has so much potential to challenge your strategic thinking skills.

The addition of a new game in the series is the Civilization VI. As the name implies, it is the first major expansion pack for the original Civilization, a computer game that has sold more than 75 million copies worldwide. It features all the great aspects of the previous installments, but adds a lot of enhancements that make the game more complex and more interesting.

One of the new features in the Civilization VI is the influence system, which was introduced in the Civilization V. In the previous Civilization games, you could research a unit and have unlimited access to it forever, but in this installment, this is not the case. You must build up your influence by trading or winning battles, but there are plenty of other ways in which you can influence other nations’ history.


Diplomacy is a big factor in the Civilization series, but now the diplomacy system has been completely overhauled. For one thing, if a nation is at war with you, the only way they will give you a trade agreement is if you have made peace with them in the past, but at the same time, they may refuse if you do not follow through on the agreement. If you try to declare war on another country by declaring war on yourself, they can throw you out of the league immediately, which can severely damage your economy.

Military technologies are also enhanced in the latest version of the game. You can have a better war machine, faster ships, and have one of the most powerful armies in the entire world with the right technology tree. If you’re trying to build a military, then you may want to look into the military tech tree and start with the Military Chainblade.

New cities are added to the game as well, making each game feel different. One of the most exciting new additions is that each city can hold four different types of tile improvement, which can create wonders like Great Plains. This allows you to quickly progress through the various advancements without having to worry about the distance of the various city tiles.

The alien races in the game have also been changed. Some of them are more violent and more powerful than before, but most of them are less aggressive and will simply become prisoners of war if they are defeated. The bad guys from the previous games have been replaced with the more interesting Borg from Star Trek.

Overall, the newest edition of the Civilization series feels more exciting than ever before. A new game gives you more variety and more reasons to play the game, without making it so long that you are bored. While there is no quick fix to the problem of overcrowded games, getting more games is definitely the best option when it comes to strategy games.