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- 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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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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What if you dont care about the update and just want to play the broken game as you had it? Creative Assembly doesnt care, they know better than you, you're not allowed to play until you download it!
Absolutely no consideration was given to gamer satisfaction in the development of this money making scheme. They released a defective game and decided to rely on free beta testing by their users in lieu of actually putting out a quality, tested product. Smart short term ($$), but i'll never buy another of their games and i recommend that no one else do so either.
Pros: Love the time period and it is very pretty to look at. This era of history had so many moments where history could have changed course, and is perfect for this kind of game. The graphics are very nice to behold and it ran smoothly for me even in large battles. The DLC is mostly on the good side, with the extra campaigns being the stars.
Cons: The overall action is still just too fast for me, I remember having epic multi wave battles on the original Medieval and I still prefer that. The speed also makes it hard to enjoy the awesome graphics and animations. There is a half-speed mode, but it removes the sound. I have yet to find a movement speed mod that puts the game and battle speed where I'd like it to be. That's really the only major drawback Rome 2 has in my opinion.
2 steps backward....I mean they only had to build upon success...this....Rome gave you the illusion of some control. That tactics made a difference. This...it's bad on every level.
Mash ups of units; it even seems to lack detail, and the unit cards....and no I'm playing on a pretty decent rig re detail. So much for all the bought reviews in the gaming press.
I could live with the lame interface, but the battles are terrible globs of men bumping into one another. Makes me want to just reinstall Rome 1 and play that instead.
The stretgic level game is nice but again the AI goes from passive and functionally as intelligent as a doorstop (normal mode) to "everyone declares war on you" mode (very hard and above). No real middle ground.
Music and visuals are very nice. Unit detial is nice and building trees are kinda fun.
Overal pretty good but not really better than the original..too bad a missed opportunity