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It starts just after the last Emperor of a unified Rome has died. His successors in Rome and Constantinople are now uneasy allies and rivals for power. The barbarians' are massing along the borders, and in some cases are living inside what used to be Roman territory. There are many, many challenges for a Roman to face - and some may be almost unbeatable!
Ordered this product it came in some language other then English and there was no Notice of that in the description online. Couldn't downloadPublished 8 months ago by John P.
Barbarian Invasion is an intresting challenge to the original game. You can either chose to save or destroy Rome and the barbarians have improved in quality of units and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by ScottishConnectionNP
I loved this product and I also recommend for people who loves strategy and war games. The software is excelent, and the shipment arrived on time.Published 21 months ago by Gelson Luís Fambrini
The Game came and when opened it only worked in french german spanish and italian this was not stated on th packagePublished on March 7, 2013 by Paul J. Connolly
I really like this game a lot. It came in excellent condition. Everything the description said it was.Published on February 11, 2010 by Joseph B. Ahern
Barbarian Invasion (BI) is a great expansion to Rome: Total War (RTW). I have played RTW and Medieval: Total War and its expansion Medieval: Total War Viking Invasion Expansion... Read morePublished on February 13, 2009 by JH
Barbarian Invasion is cool but Rome Total War is a bit better as the Romans are divided into the Julii, Scipii, and Brutii, not into the Eastern and Western Empires.Published on September 7, 2008 by R. MacNaughten
Much has changed since the original rome:total war, this game is set in the downfall of rome era. Instead of rome being in charge now its the barbarians. Read morePublished on June 2, 2007 by B. Jones
While I extensively enjoyed the gameplay in the original Rome: Total war, I think that Barbarian Invasion lacks something. Read morePublished on March 19, 2007 by Christopher A. Halliwill