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The massive Civilization IV universe is about to become more epic with this 2nd expansion pack to the 2005 Game of the Year. The biggest Civ expansion set ever, Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword focuses on the “late game” time periods after the invention of gunpowder and will deliver 12 unique and challenging scenarios created by the development team at Firaxis as well as some esteemed members of the Civ Community.
not what I was expecting, I should have looked more closely at the description. this is not an MMOPublished 6 months ago by Daniel T. Virgin
wish the description indicated it was only usable on XP, 2000, and earlier windows, will not work on any windows greater then XP.Published 7 months ago by James Copeland
In turn based strategy games I recommend either this one (the final expansion for Civ IV) or Civilization 5 upgraded to Brave New World. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bruce Hilton
My husband turned me on to this game and I can't get enough. We use 'hot seat' to play together and it is a lot of fun. I like how you can customize your game settings and AI's. Read morePublished 13 months ago by RBC
I recently repurchased this expansion when I reinstalled Civ IV. I'd lost my old BtS expansion, and tried Civ IV without it - not nearly as much fun. Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. Gondek
The product was in good condition when delivered. The game itself adds a lot of good value to the game.Published 16 months ago by Stephen Lyons