2K Games has told Eurogamer that Civilization Revolution will be released for Xbox 360, PS3 and DS on 6th June.

This is a fully-fledged console foray into the strategical series that helped Sid Meier bag himself a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Game Developers Conference last night.

That means 2K has taken lots of time and effort to make the controls and content fit with a couch-based audience. This is not dumbed-down, but rather streamlined so there are shorter experiences on offer if you so choose.

It has a hefty online offering too, with camera support for you to watch your friends sweat while you tear down their hard work. Or you could be diplomatic about it, a bit like a girl.

We're quite taken with its potential, and will be heading off to see in the not too distant future.

Until then, explore our Civilization Revolution gamepage for some freshly released screenshots.

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