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    The first day of Gamescom has just begun. Today is press day, from tomorrow on till Sunday public visitors will be able to take a look. The list of exhibitors covers almost any known publisher and a lot of developers. Among them are 2k and Firaxis, who entertain a Civilization 5 booth, where the game can be playtested.
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    Alternatively itīs possible to have a chat with Napoleon, Catherine and a couple other civ leaders...
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    During the upcoming days our coverage will be mostly around Civ5. That includes the game itself as well as a video interview with Jon Shafer, which is scheduled to take place tomorrow in the morning. Weīll be trying to catch other developers, too, maybe get them to reveal a bit of information that isnīt public knowledge, yet .

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    Aside from Civ5 there will be a general description of what is going on and weīll introduce a couple of the other presented games.

    Stay tuned throughout the week!

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