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    During Gamescom Pete Murray and Tiffany Nagano were giving presentations showing combat in the modern age in Civ5. A (relatively low-quality unless you are registered with ESL TV) video of this presentation is now available.

    Itīs the same rather "preconstructed" game situation we were shown, but still interesting for anyone who hasnīt seen this part of the game, yet.

    Since embedding doesnīt work with the ESL-TV player, go here to watch.

    Index, Day 1, Day 2, Preview, Interview, Gallery, Nuke, Combat, Other Games, Best Game

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    • dregor
      #6
      dregor commented
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      Combat looks very pretty at least. I'm excited for naval units playing a meaty role, they've always seemed so anemic.

    • MxM
      #7
      MxM commented
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      Originally posted by Oerdin
      It's just retarded and a copy of a unit in CTP2.
      Oh yeah! I forgot about CTP2. But that's as you said, retarded reason.

    • MxM
      #8
      MxM commented
      Editing a comment
      Originally posted by Provost Harrison
      Personally, I can't wait to be able to send in lawyers, abolitionists and ecoterrorists
      While those are ridicules as well, they are infinitely times more realistic, at least they do not break the perception of realism of the game.
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