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Veni, Vidi, Vici. *Updated*

Advantages: Great Improvement over its Predecessors. Battles look fantastic.
Disadvantages: A high-end computer needed to run it well.

The Total War series has represented an original and refreshing new direction for strategy games in general. The gist is quite basic, you command armies into battles, inbetween managing the cities, towns and settlements that make up your empire. Int ...

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Empire Building, Roman Style

Advantages: Brilliant gameplay, huge battles, seriously addictive.
Disadvantages: Seriously adictive, occasionally dodgy AI, has been superseded by Medieval II

The rain thunders all around, clattering off shields and armour, splattering across the boughs of the fir trees, dripping from the rims of helmets. Rows of grim faced Romans grip their pilae and gaze into the mist, where the voices of seven thousand bayi ...

Oodlenoodle9 20.10.2007 · Read full review
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Rome: The New Beginning.........

Advantages: requires a lot of strategic work and awesome graphics.
Disadvantages: very repetetive, requires a lot of time.

In the third instalment of the total war series, you are expected to command one of three Roman families at the start which sounds pretty easy, you have three allies too when you start. The three playable Roman families are: The House of Julii The Hous ...

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Rome:Total War - Total Game

Advantages: Graphics,Sound,interestin game play
Disadvantages: Not always strong enemies

...Do you remember Shogun: Total War? What about Medieval: Total War? If you had the opportunity to play both this games then you will find Rome: Total War as a fantastic continuation of the same game play. Shogun was great, Medieval added a few things that ...

vassilis73 04.12.2004 · Read full review
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Rome rocked

Advantages: Excellent strategy game
Disadvantages: Not for those without time on their hands.

This is the game who's engine was used recently on one of the bbc's programs, it featured historical battles being fought by teams of people, and the public wanted to try it themselves. Thus, Rome:Total War was born and many people, including me, were and ...

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