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Rome: Total War - Gold Edition II (PC DVD)
Rome: Total War: St...
show moreorm 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, Gaul, Macedon, Germania, Britannia and many more. Lay siege to civilizations using powerful war engines and decimate your enemies using special units like ferocious war dogs, armored 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 lead by brilliant generals such as Hannibal, leader of the Carthaginians; the barbarian warlord Vercingetorix; Boudicca, the British warrior queen; and Julius Caesar, Romes 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. Easily manage vast cities and gigantic battles with the aid of advisors, auto managing tools and pick-up-and-play controls. Forge an empire on the revolutionary 3D campaign map with an intuitive display of your cities and armies. Command unique units, from Carthaginian elephants and Scythed war chariots to Roman war dogs, using intuitive controls.Rome: Total War - Barbarian Invasion Expansion The expansion moves the action on 350 years to a time when the Roman Empire is in deep trouble, beset by enemies inside and out, and possibly even dying. The year is 363 AD, and the Roman Empire has split into two parts ruled from the cities of Rome (for the Western Empire) and Constantinople (for the Eastern Empire). If this werent bad enough, barbarian tribes have been massing on the Imperial frontiers in Europe for many years. In the East the Empire faces a renewed threat from the Persian Empire, under new vigorous rulers, the Sassanids. This ishow less