Rome Total War Anthology (Total War, Alexander & Barbarian)
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- Alexander An all new campaign map extends the Rome: Total War experience further Eastward than ever before, taking you into Macedonia and the Persian Empire. A host of new content includes four new factions and 60 all new units such as Alexander's Phalangists. Six new historical battles offer you the chance to experience Alexander's key clashes and a redesigned campaign game forces you to press ever onward or risk failing to match Alexander's ferocious pace of conquest.
- Rome Total War Anthology PC. Includes Rome Total War + Alexander + Barbarian). 1DVD with product key code printed on white sticker. Manual on disc. Brand New Factory Sealed Retail DVD Case by Sega UK for worldwide use. Ship daily via USPS 1ST CLASS(4 - 7 Business days)w/FREE delivery confirmation & Shipment Notification. Platform: WINDOWS 98/ME/2000/XP. PEGI: 12+ System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP Pentium III 1.0GHz (1000MHz) or Athlon 1.0GHz (1000MHz) processor or higher 256MB RAM, DVD-ROM drive and latest drivers 3.5GB of uncompressed free hard disk space (plus 500MB for Windows® swap file) 100% DirectX 9.0c-compatible 16-bit sound card and latest drivers 100% Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP-compatible mouse keyboard and latest drivers DirectX 9.0c (included) 1024x768 Monitor Resolution 3D hardware Accelerator Card Required - 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 64MB Hardware Accelerated video card and the latest drivers. Please check software compatibility before purchased. NO OPENED BOX RETURN(Please read Amazon Software/Video game's return policy).
- Rome Total War Storm clouds gather over Europe, Asia and North Africa as mighty armies march forward in Rome: Total War. Command the greatest forces of the ancient world, including the Roman Legions, Carthage and Gaul; lay siege to civilisations using powerful war engines; and decimate your enemies using special units like ferocious war dogs, armoured elephants or Scythed chariots. In Rome: Total War the most epic, cinematic real-time 3D battles ever seen in a game come to life with awe-inspiring graphics. Vast armies are led by brilliant generals such as Hannibal, leader of the Carthaginians and Julius Caesar, Rome's greatest general and leader. The mightiest armies and the most brilliant commanders of ancient times clash in an epic war game only Total War can create.
- Barbarian Invasion A shadow falls across the Roman world. It is 363 AD and the last Emperor of the unified Rome is dead. His successors now rule a divided Empire. Beyond the frontiers of the sundered Empire new enemies are lurking. The barbarians are at the gates in this official expansion pack for Rome: Total War! A brand new campaign game. 10 new playable factions - including the Huns, Franks, Saxons, Goths and both Roman Empires! 100+ new units with their own strengths, weapons and abilities, including Schiltrom and Shieldwall formations, swimming and axe-throwing. Barbarian Hordes - march your entire people in search of a new homeland. You were there for Rome's glory. Be there for Rome's fall
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Generally, I am the type of gamer who avoids flavor of the month games, but who REALLY gets into 2-3 great games a year (typically console games, e.g. I'm way too into Fallout 3 right now, as I was codependent with Assassin's Creed a year ago), and I kind of laughed at my good friend who recommended this game to me a few years ago (yes, yes...I know: I'm totally with it...). It just seemed like too much time and trouble. After borrowing it from him in August of 2006, I think he finally got it back in late 2007, right after I bought my own copy. :)
I've played various custom battles and campaigns with various factions with all kinds of difficulties and I NEVER get sick of it. I'm a fledgling writer who studies ancient, medieval, and modern history (both eastern and western), along with general military history and theory, pretty seriously, so conquering the world with Parthia or Rome never gets old--EVER!
The sheer quality of the Total War games, let alone the constant barrage of and variety of mods, make them worth every penny. I HATED RTS games prior to experiencing this series: now I LOVE 'EM. I can't think of a better compliment than that.
But first and foremost - it sucks you in for "just one more turn" and has great re playability.
The game has great details in its societies and their units - it is really fun figuring out how to best defeat the different types of armies that attack / fight against you. Defeating a Macedonian army is going to require different units than fighting the Egyptians. It is great strategy.
I have only played two go through of just the first disk (Rome Total War) - I have spent over sixty hours trying to win - and I am still hooked! I can't wait to try the other disks!
One of the other great things about this game - you can make lots of individual mistakes - but if your overall strategy is good you can still win - but it will take quite a bit more effort.
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rtw is my favorite one in particular a mod called roma surrectum 2.6 -- if you plan on playing mods for this game dont get it on steam it wont work and this version is just the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Dave Smith
having trouble with my Windows 10 PC loading and or making it play.
not sure this game is to my tastes anyway.
the game is good but I didn't know I would need a Steam account to downloadPublished 4 months ago by Mike Gaeti
Fun game but I had a very difficult time with the civil wars that kept erupting. Good times, though.Published 10 months ago by Keith