The Civilization moves to its next stage of evolution as announced by Firaxis at the PAX today and will be named as the 'Civilization: Beyond Earth'. With this next stage, the Sid Meier's classic turn-based strategy formula is being taken to new heights and will no experience the alien world for the first time since Alpha Centauri.
This is one the few games for which we havean overall insight into what exactly is going to be featured on it. From all the reviews around us, we know that it all starts with the home colony making a landfall on a planet which is flooding with alien creatures and your relationship with the monsters and any choices you make regarding technology will determine the evolution of your faction.
The game allows you to experience with technology in a whole new way; you can build bionic commandos and follow the path of Supremacy and even create a Purity player by preserving humanity in its current form. All your choices and decisions will have a huge impact on what the game becomes for you.
Linda Cohn Files Lawsuit Against New York Ice Rink
ESPN broadcaster Linda Cohn is filing a lawsuit against a New York ice rink after a group of kids pushed a heavy coin machine which allegedly fell on her, resulting in a huge gash that required 25 stitches.
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