Are you considering buying Civilization 6? In this review, I will discuss the positives and negatives of the game.

Graphics and Frame Rate

The graphics in this game are decent but not outstanding. Achieving a high frame rate can be challenging on lower-end computers, and satisfactory graphics typically require a more capable device.


The gameplay in Civilization 6 can be somewhat repetitive, but it can also be highly enjoyable in certain aspects. Traveling and building structures can sometimes become monotonous. However, negotiating with other leaders, engaging in warfare, and defending your civilization can be engaging and entertaining. Another significant aspect of gameplay is city development. You can assign civilians to various roles, such as generating gold, food, or production points, which helps you build units more quickly.


The units in the game are fun to use, although they lack significant differentiation. Different units have varying movement capabilities and deal varying amounts of damage per turn. They also have access to promotions, although I rarely have the opportunity to use them before the units become obsolete. On a positive note, different leaders offer unique additional units. For instance, one leader introduces a new plane unit, while another introduces an elephant unit.


The leaders in Civilization 6 are highly distinct and provide various benefits. Some leaders excel at resource acquisition, while others offer buffs that enhance offensive capabilities. However, one drawback is that some leaders are not well balanced. Certain leaders have perks that are seldom utilized or deemed ineffective, making them less favorable compared to others.


Overall, I rate Civilization 6 an 8 out of 10. I thoroughly enjoyed the gameplay and unit mechanics of the game. However, the graphics and frame rate being below average contribute to my rating of 8 out of 10.

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