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Started by FunkMonk, April 15, 2020, 09:15:28 AM
Quote from: Darth Wagtaros on June 05, 2021, 11:35:38 AMHe can make sure you aren't calling him Winnie the Pooh.Can I be Ottoman Empire?
Quote from: garbon on June 04, 2021, 01:16:52 PMDoesn't Tencent own a good chunk of Epic?
Quote from: celedhring on July 02, 2021, 03:03:13 AMQuote from: garbon on June 04, 2021, 01:16:52 PMDoesn't Tencent own a good chunk of Epic?And a small chunk of Spotify, if you want to be paranoid.
Quote from: garbon on July 02, 2021, 03:17:12 AMQuote from: celedhring on July 02, 2021, 03:03:13 AMQuote from: garbon on June 04, 2021, 01:16:52 PMDoesn't Tencent own a good chunk of Epic?And a small chunk of Spotify, if you want to be paranoid.Looking it up I'm not sure 7.5% stake is the same as 40%. I'm not that excited about Epic as it doesn't seem to offer much that I can't get elsewhere apart from the free giveaways of games I never end up playing.
Quote from: Darth Wagtaros on July 05, 2021, 08:14:06 AMSo this is another one of those epic (epic as in epic, not as in Epic even though it is) games that will never actually be completed?
Quote200 turns only? I don't really get the placement of this. I mean a Civ with CK's dynasty building and diplomacy would be great. But the Civ part actually means a civilization that stands the test of time. You know, like how in civilization you can start from the cradle of a civilization and eventually leave the planet in search for another one.In CK you have the deep diplomacy, the sprawling network of interpersonal relationships, the inheritance system that allows a lowly count in a small country to wake up one morning finding himself to be an emperor (it happened to me in CK2).So this game seems to take a small part of the civilization thingy (as it's not the 4x that's special in that game, but the actual building of a civilization) and sprinkles it with some watered down parts of CK. But while the CK inspired systems of CK3 seem to be much deeper or at least I have that impression by this review, it also covers 586 years of history, not just 200.So it feels like if I wanted to build a civilization and don't want to bother with the dynasty, inheritance, interpersonal relations part I should play civilization because I can't do that here and if I do want to build a dynasty I should play CK as it gives me more of that and on the side it give me more time to do it as well.If I want a made up world where I can place my cities for myself and I want some legacy building then I suppose I should play this, but I don't know, it doesn't feel enough for me. I would be all over it if it let me start a civilization and lead it to the modern age, but it doesn't.
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