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Civilization III Member Review for the PC

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PUBLISHER Infogrames 
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God, I decided to be the Aztecs. Fro the ancient to the beginning of the industrial ages, my country was measly and barely had power. Any invasion devastated my fragile economy.

The Egyptians ruled. They had conquered rome, and warned me. Somehow, they tried to invade Greece, and got me dragged into the war. Sice then, my country invaded Egypt, we became a world superpower and gradually packed enough strength to invade America and become a world superpower. Suddenly, Voila! Civilization is a great game. And that is my anger.

From the ancient ages to the middle, the development of your country is so slow, that dont mind being a world superpower in the middle ages, since your overpowered army wont do any diffrence. Why cant they let you begin in the industrial ages? Why?

Otherwise, when you finally break the boring barrier and the extra boring sector of the middle ages, the game begins to be fun. Ahhhhh, finally I have got the railroads and can invade those stupid persians who have been nabbing me all the time.

Finally, the fun begins. Ahhh!

The game (After the middle ages) ias quite addictive. Very historically, your civ progresses through the ancient ages, it suffers a great depression, then, it starts growing like mad in the industrial. That was tha aztecs case. We grew like mad. Our country is huge. More than 30 cities, and even corruption cannot stop us. We have begun the invasion of the greeks.

And that is the case of my new civ. Going through the great depression, preparing for the economical outburst, and World War I

Great game

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