Winter and Civilization VI Are Coming

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As faithful readers of this blog know, I like to play complex computer strategy games.  One I am eagerly anticipating is Civilization VI which is coming out in October.  The video above is an overview of the game narrated by actor Sean Bean who somehow manages not to die during his voice over.

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7 Comments

  1. The Bear would so not even get with 500 yards of Sean Bean. On Game of Thrones, actuarily, the best predictor of early death is being associated with Sean Bean.

  2. Looks good but no room for this, still trying to figure out Hearts of Iron 4.

    Always loved Sean Bean, thought he would have been a better Aragorn than Viggo Mortensen. Loved him as the IRA bad guy in Patriot Games, which laughably portrayed the IRA as a highly disciplined, well-trained, sophisticated operation capable of outwitting almost all our security forces.

  3. “still trying to figure out Hearts of Iron 4.”

    Yeah. I am still making my way through the tutorial. My son seems to be having no problem with it, as he has conquered all of China as Japan.

  4. If God had wanted us to look at hex maps, He would have given us six compass points! Now, if you don’t mind, I’m going to go get lunch (and I’m going to get there quicker than you are, because I’m going to move diagonally).

  5. I started modestly, with Spain, but fell twice to the communists. Sad to say, stayed up til 3 am this morning but finally beat the bastards. Very complicated game, but satisfying, in that you really have to watch your economy, your industry, and build your armed forces carefully. A lot of moving parts.

    Makes me appreciate the relative simplicity of a Tiller civil war title.

  6. I think I found the perfect civilization to win at Civ 5.

    At first I liked France a lot, because of the culture bonus, ie, easily building a cushion around my cities and acquiring bonus upgrades to my economy and military.

    But I believe Germany may be the best. Only because of the ability to maintain a very large military force with limited resources.

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