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Civilization II

Civilization II (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Strategy
Developer: Microprose


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Civilization II review

Reviewed November 15, 2004

cdbavg400 says: "Ever dreamt of being king? Civilization II lets you do just that. Become the leader of one from over twenty civilizations. Build some cities. Explore your world. Discover amazing technologies. Conquer rival nations. Negotiate with friendly nations. Then if you survive all of that, you can take your country to the outer limits. In Civilization II, the possibilities are endless. "
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