For the finale of the first round fights, we move away from brute force and biggest firepower. Instead we turn to the two strategic fighters. The Shaolin monks, the Sun Tzus, the Nelsons and the Dukes of Wellingtons. We are of course talking about Total War: Warhammer and Civilization 6, two of the biggest strategic games you can get your hands on and the most recent additions to two well loved PC exclusive series. But who can outsmart the other and get into the other’s flanks in fight no. 6? So which is the best strategy game, Total Warhammer vs Civilization 6? And who will be the lucky winner of our FANTASTIC FREE GAME GIVEAWAY BONANZA? Let's find out...
In the red corner Civ 6 has managed to reboot and improve an already classic game and has expertly streamlined and cut the fat off the parts of its predecessor that began to grate. While in the blue corner, Total Warhammer, shook it’s game to the core and has approached the well loved series in a manner that was only seen in mods before. With a more unique faction system and character driven gameplay, can it really beat Ghandi when he gets hold of nukes? Which Strategy is best between Civilization VI and Total War: Warhammer? Enlist today and show your support in the poll below!
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12 Games of Christmas Rules
In celebration of the most festive time of the year, we thought there was no better way to salute some of 2016's goliath's in gaming than a good old-fashioned bar-brawl. A battle Royale filled with broken noses and bloodied brows, red is the colour of Christmas after all. 12 of this year's most memorable titles will be going head to head in a series of knockout rounds over the next 9 days, and in the words of Highlander, there can be only one.
On top of that, to add the brandy to the Christmas pudding, we'll also be giving one winner a game of their choice from the 12 entries on December 24th. Perfect for a spot of gaming in the holidays. All you have to do to win a copy of that game is tweet your support for any game in the 12 Games of Christmas, using the links provided in each article, and we'll pick a winner out of all of the tweets after the final bout. Multiple tweets for different games will count as additional entries to the competition. Tweeting is separate from the poll and does not count as a vote in the 12 Games of Christmas.
How the community voting works
Each day at 18:00 GMT two titles will battle each other with the victor being decided the next day at 17:00 GMT. Whichever title receives the most votes in the poll wins, and will then go through to the next round. 12 games in total will be battling away, and the first six rounds will take place from today and over the next five days - one battle per day. The six games that win will make it through to the semi-finals, where three further 1v1 fights will take place. The winners of these three battles will then make it to the *cough* three-way final to decide the ultimate game this Christmas.
The winner of this knockout competition is Game Debate's favourite choice of game to be played this Christmas, who will triumphantly reign over us all the way into next year.
Each bout will last 23 hours, and the winner is whichever game receives the most votes in the poll, which can be found towards the bottom of each article.
Tweet to be in with a chance to win a copy of the overall tournament winner on Christmas Eve.
Vote in our poll at the bottom to help determine this round's winner.
Yesterday we saw Civilization VI take on Total War: Warhammer in the battle of the strategy giants. Gandhi single-handedly nuked Total Warhammer into oblivion, landing the killer blow and settling the question of which is the best strategy game of 2016 once and for all. Civilization VI is your favourite strategy game of the year.
If you fancy checking out the mayhem that came before why not try: