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Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution Previews - Wii

Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution
Game Description:Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution offers players a chance to experience the epic empire-building world of Civilization in an all new accessible, visually immersive, and action-packed world specifically designed for the console and handheld gamer. There are 16 civilizations to master and lead to victory, with an array of famous historical leaders to play as or compete against, and accessible maps and streamlined time scale for quicker games, intense combat, and constant action. The Wii iteration of this real-time strategy game has been put on indefinite hold. Please check back for official updates.
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    Preview: Civilization Revolution

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    Morgan brings us an early look at the Civilization Revolution, the latest from the legendary Sid Meier.

    Posted: Mar 13, 2008 | 4,721 Views | 02:15


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