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June 18th, 2013, 07:49
Originally Posted by guenthar View Post
There are many great games that have had much educational value in them so I don't see a problem with it. One of the things I dislike about the newer Civilization games is the removal of the educational elements that were in Civilization 2.
I am not so sure about the educational value of Civ - I mainly remember Roman-Aztec wars and Lincoln's alliance with Ramses…

There is only two historical RPGs I remember playing in the past, Teudogar - The alliance with rome, and Spiderwebs Nethergate. I enjoy these kinds of settings and I hope Conquistadors and Meriwether will do well enough that we see more developers exploring historical settings in their games.



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