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Centurion - Sega Genesis
Centurion - Sega Genesis
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5.0 out of 5 stars Centurion - Defender of Rome, November 8, 2007
Centurion - Defender of Rome is one of the greatest early war games ever made for a console & also for DOS. You start off controlling only one territory, Italy, and from there you have to expand and take over other countries, such as Germany, Britain, Egypt, and so on. Along the way you will have to defend your empire from rival nations. As you advance in rank and are promoted, you gain more authority in Rome and can command more legions. You will need to command more legions to conduct more campaigns and to defend territories from attack.

The basic units are soldiers & cavalry. You will want to obtain cavalry as soon as possible to make warfare easier. You will also need a navy (triremes), but that comes later when you have more funds (talents). You can try to raise more funds by entering in the chariot races - not easy but when you get good at it, more money.

You will want to protect good generals as much as possible - the better generals have more "area of control", which makes it easier to command your army and also gives your soldiers a morale bonus in combat, which is important. Generals with weaker stats can be used to guard territories effectively.

This is a must have game for anyone who loves war gaming - the Sega Genesis & DOS versions are both great.

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