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None, they all stank!

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Civilization II

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Sid Meier's Civilization II is a turn-based strategy video game designed by Brian Reynolds, Douglas Caspian-Kaufman and Jeff Briggs. Although it is a sequel to Sid Meier's Civilization, neither Sid Meier nor Bruce Shelley was involved in its development. The game's working title was Civilization 2000. Civilization II was first released in 1996 for the PC and later ported to the Sony PlayStation. In 2002, Atari re-released the game for newer operating systems, such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The Multiplayer Gold Edition was included in the Civilization Chronicles box set released in 2006.


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Half-Life 2

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Half-Life 2 is the well-recieved sequel to Half-Life. Half-Life 2 takes place in the dystopian City 17 and the surrounding area, almost 20 years after the events of the original Half-Life. In the intervening years, Gordon Freeman has presumably been kept unconcious while the alien race known as the Combine enslave Earth.The game recieved very high reviews, with its most lauded aspects being its extremely realistic graphics and physics, as well as its excellent story telling, and its most critcized aspacts being its unusually long development period and incomplete ending. The game also marked the introduction of Valve's somewhat controversial Steam digital-distribution service, which requires an internet connection to install the game even if purchased on CD.

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Eitan_Zohar says2013-09-19T20:33:15.7145345-05:00
Whoopsie! The second image is from Civ IV. It'll have to do, k.
Eitan_Zohar says2013-09-20T00:33:32.8732369-05:00
This is indeed an interesting feature.

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