10 Best Strategy War Games To Play in 2015: Page 10 of 10

This means war!
This means war!

1. Sid Meier’s Civilization V

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Just... one more... turn!!!

The Civilization series from the renowned Sid Meier reaches the zenith of quality with Civilization V.

Like most titles on this list, Civilization V focuses on exploration, expansion, exploitation, and extermination. You select one of the many races culled from throughout history, from Rome to America, and get to meet historical luminaries including Gandhi, Queen Elizabeth, and Alexander the Great.

Starting with a single settlement in the dawn of time, you expand your territory by conquering neighboring cities or founding new ones. And as the centuries progress, you’ll find that there are many alliances to be made, technologies to research, cultural marvels to build, and, of course, wars to be waged.

Aside from world domination via military conquest, you can win the game by being the first to send a vessel to space, acquiring other civilizations’ support in the United Nations, or completing a special project called Utopia.

It’s epic, beautiful, mentally challenging, and takes the “just-one-more-turn” addiction to new heights. Civilization V exemplifies the best that strategy war games can offer, winning itself spot # 1 on this list.

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So what do you think, fellow PC gamers? Do you agree with this list? What strategy war games have you played, and which of them do you think deserve a spot on this list? Let us know in the comments section!

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