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  • The game is extension of Medieval Total War, however, all the units and weapons are during the Roman time period

    • by Jer

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      Rome: Total War, is a good PC game for any Military or Roman history fan. The game is extension of Medieval Total War, however, all the units and weapons are during the Roman time period. You have to deal with many different countries and also get missiosn from the senate.

      Eventually with enough support from the people, you can overtake the senate and invade rome, declaring yourself emperor. The game tries to take in a lot of different aspects.

      War, Management,

      Generals, Economy, Country relations, Senate Relations, and much more. Also new “generals or governors”, can enter you family by a number of different ways: Marriage, Birth, Adoption due to prowess in combat, or Bribing them.

      Each person has different stats, that some he comes with, while others he develops. For instance if the family member participates in a lot of battles, he may develop different traits that will strengthen his military combat or tactical abilities.

      The game jumbles a lot of ...

      • different things, which can make it hard to keep up. Also as your empire grows larger, more problems with the economy and supporting a high number of troops come into effect.

        I would say the replay value is relatively low, however, it is quite fun to play. It has a good game life and you can adjust the difficulty if you are looking for a challenge.

        On normal or a difficult challenges, playing only a few hours a day you could

        probably finish the game in a week or two. However, you will throughly enjoy it.

        Also once you are finished you may want to try and replay the game on a harder difficulty, or try playing their “historical battle sections”. These battles, even on normal difficulty are extremely difficult to win, but are actual historical battles that took place during Roman rule.

        Often times you can select which side to play in the conflict as well.

        Ratings Graphics: 8 Sound: 10 Gameplay: 9 Replay Value: 5

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