You can turn barbs off, you know.
Type: Posts; User: stethnorun
You can turn barbs off, you know.
Pfft..."come off as harsh". Stop living in a politically correct, touchy-feely prison :D
And yes, that's "harsh" too. I respect your ability to process it :)
Great minds (I'm assuming) :p
Not to be all judge-y, but I never understood the appeal of this. Sure, everyone's capital city would be in the same place it is in real life, but that's about it. Every city after that is going to...
Given they've released the "Complete Edition", the only way they can add new content is through patches or free DLC. If they added more paid DLC after this, the accusation of "false advertising",...
Is 4 posts, basically repeating the same point in different threads, satisfying enough for you? I think we all got your message.
I'm pretty sure most people did exactly what you describe. And I'm also pretty sure Firaxis figured that out (either from forum feedback or focus testing) and that's why they switched to paintings.
This, right here, is what I'm talking about. You are right, everything you are saying is subjective, and that's fine. But then you go on to say that Civ 4 "had more polish" and that it got more...
Yeah, sorry legalizefreedom, the fact that you are comparing real time 3D processing on the leader screens to pre-rendered movies kind of shows how little you understand about games, in general....
You could put your spies in China and hope they start plotting against the US. Then, when you learn of it, tell the US their plans.
Or, if the US is neutral towards China, you could befriend the...
As usual, Artifex comes in with the sound logic.
If Japan offered the United States 1 trillion dollars and several of its smaller island holdings, do you think they would be able to bribe the US into attacking China, out of the blue?
Except "Game of the Year" is a subjective term. "Complete" is a very specific word than means a specific thing. If they said it was the "complete" version of a game, and then released more DLC,...
Gotta say, those complaints you mentioned are so very, very, VERY niche. And you judge a game's quality on things like that? Just seems strange to me.
Yeah it's just a patch to release the Complete edition and the free scenario. That's it. I do wish it was another balance pass, though.
Improvements, no question. Improvements make each game feel a little different. When you cross into foreign lands and suddenly there are trellis farms everywhere, that's a good feeling.
This is exactly right. However, since SP is by far the more important of the two (Civ has always and will always be a single player game, first and foremost), the winner goes to Civ 5, by a long...
Twitter is the new forums :p
Alright, that's pretty much it. No more new content for Civ 5.
That is true. It's also true that developers and publishers almost never make that official, as it might impact future sales.
A) Development is winding down for Civ 5, thus we MAY get one more patch or small DLC, or we may not.
B) The game does NOT have "lots of bugs and stability issues". I'm sure it has some, but "a...
In general, when you only like a small slice of gameplay that a game has to offer, and try to ignore the rest, you aren't going to be happy with the result.
I would say count yourself lucky that...
This will have to be one damn good scenario to be worth it. I've only passingly played a few here and there, and never finished one.
Oh hah! I thought it was refering to the old Interplay game Conquest of the New World. I thought in Valve's recent "Green Light old games" trend, they were putting it on Steam.