Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Warlords for PC
PC - DLC, Windows, Mac

Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Warlords

Jul 24, 2006

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This game requires the base game Sid Meier's Civilization IV to play.

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Developer: Firaxis Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+


An all-new expansion pack, Warlords pays homage to some of history's greatest military leaders, delivering six new scenarios, giving players the chance to change the course of history with the help of their new powerful "warlord" unit. The expansion pack is loaded with new civilizations, new leaders and more units, resources and wonders that can be used in both single and multiplayer games.

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Brett ToddAug 01, 2006
Yet even when things get repetitive, there's something undeniably awesome about waging war on a grand scale. Warlords may not be the most multifaceted expansion pack ever made, but it is an exceedingly addictive one that adds new content and a new style of play to Civ IV. Both wimps and warriors will love this one.
Steve ButtsJul 31, 2006
If like me, you're a hardcore Civ fan who cherishes every single speck of Civ-related content, then Warlords is something you bought on day one and you're only reading this review because you're taking a break between turns. Still, we're a little disappointed that there's not more going on in the modern era. Triremes, Great Walls, and Numidian Horsemen are all well and good, but once the game hits the Renaissance, you've pretty much run out of cool new toys. We certainly hope the next expansion offers more across all eras of the game.
Jason OcampoJul 25, 2006
There's a lot of really cool content to go through in Warlords, and you can easily find yourself lost in any one of the scenarios. They'll most likely appeal to Civ veterans looking for a new challenge or a new gameplay experience, though. Even at their easier difficulty levels, the scenarios might be a bit too much for newcomers, who should stick to the regular campaign game for now. We did notice a few bugs, such as great-wonder movies that didn't play, but overall, this expansion is a lot more polished than Civilization IV was at its launch.