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Total War: Rome 2 - PC

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2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (352 customer reviews) 9 answered questions 76 / 100

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Platform: PC
  • Feel the thunderous clash of battle as the Roman war-machine takes to the field in real-time combat. Tens of thousands of men collide in bone-splintering detail that you directly control.
  • All-new graphics engine - see exotic ancient cities and colossal armies rendered in incredible detail, while jaw-dropping cinematic battles unfold. New unit cameras allow you to see the battle from every perspective.
  • Completely scalable experience, with performance optimized for your PC or laptop. Witness the awesome scale of Total War - Rome II, no matter what your spec.

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Product Details

Platform: PC
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 7.3 x 5.3 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 3, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (352 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,955 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PC

An epic-scale turn-based campaign mode in which to plan your conquest of the known world - in any way you see fit.

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252 of 267 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PC DOWNLOAD|Verified Purchase
I am writing this review based on the sept. 3rd 2013 release build. I spent approximately 10 hours within the game on the release day, playing a long roman campaign on hard difficulty. I wish to share my experience and my concerns and point of note. I have played all past total war titles back to shogun 1. My computer is I7 3770k, 770gtx sc, 32gb ram, and a agility 2 ssd. Below I share what I perceive are the pros and cons of this series. I will also update the review in a few months time as patches and tweaks are released. You can skip to the conclusion at the bottom if you find this to lengthy.

- returns to the roman era, featuring many more factions, hundreds of different units, and a massive world rivaling empire total war global scale.
- new reworked agents that offer more intrigue with new actions. New Army stances that allow expedited movement, fortify a spot with new barricades and traps or create Ambush scenarios.
- detailed and intricate melee with the best motion capture in a total war to date.
- diplomacy is improved. client states absorbed can be given war targets and will help putting down slave rebellions. AI is active in seeking non aggression pacts and expanding trade.
- campaign map is lovely. I actually did not experience any bugs related to the world map such as movement. Good.

- the big war-elephant in the room is the speed of battles. Battles are over often in under 5 minutes. This is a complicated balance issue but it seems to include weak morale, movement of AI making decisions, and some deliberate designs by creative assembly. Battles instead of being somewhere to savor the fine tactical nature are instead two rushed blobs colliding.
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138 of 150 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not worthy of the Total War name September 24, 2013
Platform for Display:PC DOWNLOAD
Where do I even begin...?

Pathing is horrible. Unit collision is almost nonexistent. Mosh pit battles that make it impossible to form or hold a line. Defending a town? Lined up pikeman three units deep on a narrow street? No mas; the barbarian hordes will RUN RIGHT THROUGH them like water through a sieve. Want to regroup and counterattack? Can't do that either; some of your pikemen will stick to the rampaging enemy like glue until you click on a given unit and see it's strung through half the town single-file..... oh and God forbid you try and turn a corner. The entire unit will stick to the corner and feed a worker-ant trickle of troops at an enemy that will gobble them up as they arrive. Get two or three units stuck on the corner and they'll mill around until the battle is over.

Can't ravage your enemy's lands without taking the town. Can't intercept enemy armies -- they go right past you with all the ease of a naked Celt running through a Macedonian phalanx. Armies build their own transports on the fly and literally skate across the water, destroying any actual FLEETS OF WARSHIPS you so laboriously built because they're so much stronger for some reason. Gone are the various seasons -- turns are a year long now, so no more worries about freezing in the winter, and it takes a couple of decades for you to explore the Mediterranean. No more family trees... just anonymous blocky faces of people who, you are informed in some abstract way, are in your 'faction' of your empire. Rebel armies that are tiny and easily crushed. Random civil wars that spawn twice as many armies as you are allowed, all with top-notch troops that mysteriously appear in your capitol -- oh, didn't I mention that the number of armies you have is arbitrarily limited to the size of your empire?
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88 of 100 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Verteran gamer, somewhat dissapointed. September 4, 2013
Platform for Display:PC DOWNLOAD
Hey all,

I'm updating this review now that I have 80 hours played and CA has released 2 patches (with patch 3 in the works).

I'm sticking with 3 stars, even though there has been a lot of improvement with the patches.

- Speed of game is certainly improved. Less waiting during AI turns, even battle loading and save game loading seem streamlined.
- AI seems to be better than before. The game is still very easy on 'normal'. I started a second campaign on 'hard' with the Iceni and it still seems too easy. (and trust me, I'm not an uber gamer either).
- Graphics seem to scale better depending on settings.
- I don't experience nearly as much lag in campaign or during battles as at release.

Lingering Complaints:
- 1 year per turn and no seasons. This really detracts from the 'Epic' feel of the game. I enjoyed this feature in Shogun 2, I felt like it added greatly to the 'world experience'. You have to plan around the harvest and the winter attrition. It couldn't be full court press all the time, sometimes you had to 'let nature take its course'. In Rome 2 they're going for epic by increasing map size to a huge number of settlements. Well, let's be honest, after you've conquered 1/3 of a gigantic map and nobody even comes close to your size and might, the game becomes monotonous and boring. They wanted to stay somewhat historical with timetable and hit the magic 300 turns per game number. Sorry, it just doesn't jive. With 1 turn per year the generals die too quickly as well.
- Autoresolve is bipolar. Seems that it doesn't take enough factors into account when determining the casualties and likelihood of victory.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
Total lettdown.
Published 7 days ago by Leng Yang
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Thought and wished it was the actual disk, but that's alright.
Published 8 days ago by Kayla
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
A little bit of history is nice
Published 13 days ago by Gene Boyda
5.0 out of 5 stars Great strategy game!
Excellent! I have played RTW 1 for years and 2 is a huge advancement in overall quality. It was worth the money!
Published 15 days ago by Jesse Hoover
4.0 out of 5 stars Too much of a good thing
EOh how I loved RTW and it's sequels, but this version required a new computer update. The guide is buried in the game instead of on line or in a written version. Read more
Published 16 days ago by John S. Marr MD
1.0 out of 5 stars But I have to admit it was very easy to return the game
It didn't even work when I bought it. But I have to admit it was very easy to return the game.
Published 16 days ago by Nicholas proietto
3.0 out of 5 stars I was SO disappointed when this game first came out
I was SO disappointed when this game first came out!!!

I've been playing Total War games since the 1st Shogun in the 90s. Read more
Published 25 days ago by Idiosyncracy
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb installment in the Total War franchise. Some glitches ...
Superb installment in the Total War franchise. Some glitches upon launch have been rectified and the game has been much improved and gameplay quality increased with free and pay... Read more
Published 28 days ago by William OKeefe
2.0 out of 5 stars Ugly After A Year Of Terror...
The game is still broken. The graphics are just pixelated even with A-A filters and extreme graphics. Read more
Published 28 days ago by MrGameReward1
5.0 out of 5 stars Best game
Despite all the bugs and the hate this game is amazing, its really fun playing as rome and dealing with sickness and plagues and fighting off the barbarians and the gauls as well... Read more
Published 1 month ago by chris kennedy
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