England is obvious. So too Japan, and China, and Egypt. But there have been a lot of Civilization games featuring a lot of Civilizations, so let's take a look at a map (made by sirprizes) showing every nation that has made it into the series and those who, sadly, have not.
From now until 10am PDT Thursday, you can play Civilization V for free. If you've somehow never picked it up, now's your chance.
Modder Steph, bummed as the rest of us are that the World Cup is over, decided to keep the fires burning by making a FIFA mod for Civilization V. One that, despite the limitations of the host game, is one of the smartest attacks on the corrupt and generally awful FIFA (at least in terms of video games) that I've ever…
You might be surprised by how ambitious and detailed framedarchitecture's Civilization V mod is. While other mods only change a few things, his attempts to fully convert the entire game to one of the largest and most famous campaign settings Dungeons & Dragons has to offer: the Forgotten Realms.
The modding community of Civilization V pumps out some of the most creative stuff day by day on Steam, and luckily you don't have to be an expert in 3D modelling to participate. Besides total conversions, graphics and interface tweaks, there are quite a few funny and unexpected addons that are worth a look.
Sid Meier's famous Civilization games are all about bold land grabs and spreading one's influence all over the globe. So it makes sense for publisher 2K Games to finally unveil an MMO version of the long-running series.
Civilization: The Board Game from Fantasy Flight Games is no mere global Monopoly, no svelte Catan. It is a complicated affair and one that's not so easy to capture on video.
It's funny, for a game based on history and real things, Civilization has always had a strangely fictional unit at its core: the "Settler", who can make towns and later cities just appear.
It would most definitely not sound like this.
Civilization V is a different beast to Civilization IV. There are lots of new things, and the things that were kept have been changed. To help keep your feet on the ground, here's our guide to the new stuff (and don't forget to read our review!)
Sid Meier is taking two of the most addictive games ever created - Civilization and Facebook - and melding them into one. Today he announced Civilization Network, coming to Facebook in 2010.