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Computer Shopper: Civilization: Call to Power: Civilization as We Knew It

Jun 21, 1999, 19:55 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Scott A. May)

"When it rains, it pours. At least that's how it must seem to gamers who have waited years for a sequel to the brilliant Sid Meier creation Civilization II. Now, within a short span of months, we've been treated to Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri and Activision's Civilization: Call to Power. If you're a turn-based strategy fan, life is good again.

"More akin to its namesake than Meier's latest opus, Call to Power's gaming concepts and conventions will make Civilization fans feel right at home. Nearly everything else about the game, however, is bigger and better than ever, with incredibly deep game play and vastly improved graphics, animation, and sound effects."

"Civilization: Call to Power is a remarkable effort, and worthy of a prominent place on any strategy gamer's must-have list."

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