Caesar 3 (PC) Reviews
Newest Review: ... interface is quite easy to navigate and most of the buildings are represented by icons, so are the advisor buttons. The top ... more
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Caesar III (PC CD)
Platforms: Windows 95 Windows 98
Last Update 06.12.2013 08:23
Caesar III (PC)
Caesar III is a city - building and management simulation that tr ...
Last Update 06.12.2013 08:23
Customer Caesar 3 (PC) Reviews (22)
by - written on 07/04/03, updated on 07/04/03 (Very useful, 527 readings)
As a provincial governor charged with spreading the glory of Rome, your mission is to populate new provinces and create settlements that can rival even the Eternal City (as you do). The Roman Empire is so large and growing so fast that not even Caesar can hope to rule it alone - he needs capable governors to assist him. Gain wealth and power, make a career, please Caesar and your citizens, battle barbarians and create a prosperous economy. Succeed and you will become the next Emperor; fail and you will be thrown to the lions! WHY I BOUGHT CAESAR 3 I originally bought Caesar 3 a few months ago, in an Ancient Worlds double pack together with Pharaoh from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/00, updated on 16/07/00 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Caesar 3 is a latter-day incarnation of the old cabaret trick of spinning plates on sticks, and there's never a moment's rest. Your mind is constantly racing, to the exclusion of all else. The gameplay reminds me of a historic Sim City type of game. There are endless numbers of missions, all of which are under your complete control and guidance which obviously has a bearing on whether the mission is successfully completed or if it is abysmally carried out and therefore failed. The bad points of this game are that it is not very original and the graphics could be better. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/00, updated on 05/07/00
Impressions in conjunction with Sierra recently released the sequel to Caesar 2, which is witfully called Caesar 3. The aim of the game is to create a city with funds that have been allocated to you by Caesar, and meet certain mission requirements, which can be such things as getting your population to a certain level, having a certain amount of Imperial favour, having a prosperous city, and being at peace with other cities. As you can see from the screenshots, the graphics look amazing, and the sound is exceptional. You can tell the mood of your citizens just by clicking any of your advisors, or if you click anyone walking around, they can tell you theirselves if they .. Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/00, updated on 21/06/00 (Very useful, 51 readings)
This is a truly addictive game. In campaign mode, you are led gently through the first few missions, until you are familiar with the city building tools (which are extensive) and have managed to create some small settlements, before dumping you into a proper mission, where you soon find that you are not as good as you would like to think. From crime to sanitition, every aspect of the city is under your control, and every aspect can so easily slip out of your control. Once you have fed your city, and provided them with work, and water, and luxuries, and entertainment, and schooling, and temples, and peace, and wine, you'll know what the Romans have done for us. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/00, updated on 09/07/00 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Caesar III is a very good take on Age of Empires and that genre of game. You do the usual thing - build a city, manage it, battle other tribes - however this game has a distinct feel to it that other games lack. First of all, the graphics are excellent, and good cities look magnificent. They recreate the Roman architecture, and I got away with a Caesar III screenshot in my History homework! Also, the game understands the beginner. While the actual game as a whole is very difficult, the first two missions lead the user into the game, and he will have no problems. Then in subsequent missions you get the choice of a war-style scenario or a city-building ... Read the complete review
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