Rome: Total War Gold Edition (PC) Reviews
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by - written on 18/04/08 (Useful, 16 readings)
As it says in the game title this is the GOLD edition, because this game and all the other total war games are just pure gold. There is no doubt that they make the best turn based RTS's. These games simply blow your mind with the astonishing care of detail and the vast armies arrayed before your generals or captains. The speeches and the music all play part to give it such a great Roman feel. The campaign will keep you enthralled for days, no months. Rome and the barbarian expansion pack are just simply games that every strategy and history fan must buy, if they ever want to feel immersed in this world of brutal fighting and assassinations. The amount of factions you can Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Rome Total war is the award winning turn based strategy / real - time strategy game creating by The Creative Assembly team. The game has been given as 12+ rating in the U.K ==== Game info ==== There are several game modes that players can choose to take part in once they run the game: 1) Custom Skirmish - In this option, players are able to create their own battles. Here they are given the choice to pit whichever factions against each other they please. Players can choose their budget with which to construct an army. 2) Historical Battles - Here players are given the possibility to re-create some of histories greatest battles. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I usually play games via STEAM and after you finish a game, they usually give you the latest steam news. Looking through their Christmas sale items, I came across Rome Total war Gold edition for £1.24 and I thought I would give it a go. The download took about 45 minutes and I was soon playing. When I first began the game, I thought it would be really complicated as there were loads of different actions to get used to, and I was not sure if I would get into it, but I really did. The game begins with some cut scenes of battles, which look great (and to my surprise you can actually zoom the in game battles in to look exactly like the cut scenes) You ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Rome: Total War gold was the first Total War game i played and still play. Created by Creative Assembly, the Total War series has brought huge battles and never before seen control aswell as impecable historical accuracy to the PC and now sets the standard for both real time and turned based stratagy games. Rome: Total War shows of the first and best mix of turn based economy management and real time huge scale battles and with its adaptability across a wide range of PCs, it became an instant hit. The campaign map stretches from from Spain to what is now know as Afghanistan. Rome takes place in (you guessed it ) Roman times and so you must ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Despite being nearly 6 years old Rome Total War still stands up to its modern counterparts. I picked this up after realising that Empire and Medieval II Total War wouldn't run on my laptop. And I am glad I did, sure the graphics aren't as shiny or stunning but it's the gameplay that counts. There are two main modes in the game. The Campaign or Skirmish. Skirmish involves a one off battle using factions and units of your choose. But the Campaign is the best mode to experience the game. You start as one of three Roman factions set in the Second Punic War. The world is populated with many other factions related to that time, from Greeks to Gauls. Although you ... Read the complete review
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