Galactic Civilizations III – Review
Galactic Civilizations III is a turn-based strategy video game. It is the sequel to 2006’s Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords.
Ten years after the war against the Dread Lords, the Drengin Empire and their Yor allies reign supreme. Most of the races which allied against the Dread Lords have been exterminated or subjugated. Earth lies protected, yet isolated, behind its Precursor shield. In 2242, the Terran First Fleet returns from the pocket universe with advanced technology and a mission to liberate Earth. The three missions of the campaign detail the fleet’s efforts to liberate Arcea, deal with the Thalan, and finally dismantle the Drengin presence in the Sol system before bringing down the Precursor shield. The lifting of the shield allows the massively rebuilt Terran Alliance fleet into the galaxy, thus beginning the “Terran Crusade” the Thalan had previously warned about.
Limited stragetic options, Good Graphics but not G8,Innovative but repetitive Gameplay & the game in a way rewards strong economies, thats why the game is dissappointing
Watch the compleate review by IGN below