It took Civilization V two full expansions to become the classic it’s regarded as today. Civilization VI is halfway there.
The University of Cambridge’s Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) does serious research on preventing the end of the world. For its latest project, the Centre wanted to highlight the risk that unrestrained artificial intelligence poses to civilization. To do that, it’s released a free mod that turns the…
It’s hard work, turning a video game into a board game.
One of the nine new factions coming with Civ VI’s first big expansion are the Cree, led by Poundmaker.
Hahahah, a $60 iPad game, in 2017, would you get a look at that. Only in this case, it’s not as insane as it sounds.
Another of my favourite Civ V factions will be returning to Civ VI next year, with the Dutch accidentally revealed a little early on local TV.
One of the new factions coming to Civ VI alongside the big new expansion will be Korea, a welcome return since they were so cool in Civ V.
Civilization VI had a strong launch and reviewed very well, but in November 2017, Civilization V—a 2010 video game—is more popular on Steam than its more modern successor.
Civilization VI is getting a new expansion, Rise and Fall, which is full of new features and civs. It’ll be out February 8, 2018. More info over here.
Civilization VI made some major changes in its summer update, and you can pick up the game for $30 today, the best price we’ve ever seen. Amazon lists it as the Mac version, but all you’re really buying here is a Steam code, so it’ll work on PC as well. Just be sure to place your order before Gandhi nukes the deal.
A mountain or two can be a nice bonus for a Civilization V spawn point, but XtraFalcon’s start here is something else.
Civilization VI’s South East Asian run continues, with Indonesia joining the Khmer as the two latest factions in the game.
After skipping Civ V, the Khmer are returning to the series in an update for Civilization VI.
There’s a long history of Civilization board games, from a 1980 title that kinda inspired the video game series to a number of versions (in 2002 and 2010) that have in turn been based on the video games. We can now add one more to the list, this time based loosely on Civilization VI.
Alongside the release of Nubia, Civilization VI has a “Summer Update” out today that makes a number of surprisingly major changes to the game.
Civilization VI has had a quiet few months, interrupted today by the announcement of the game’s newest leader: Amanitore, a Nubian Queen.
Hey Civ fans: here’s a talk given at this year’s GDC by none other than Sid Meier and Bruce Shelley, co-creators of the original 1991 game. It runs for over an hour. You should watch it.