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Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Rome: Total War Review

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Rome: Total War Review - Page 1

Rome Total War was constructed by Creative Assembly in collaboration with Activision. It's the third on the road game of the Total War series along with Shogun and Medieval.

click to enlargeShogun's contribution to Strategy games was multifacited: new ideas and real time strategy methods. Medieval on the other hand, was clearly more mature than its predecessor, having many more units and a more sophisticated and functional strategy map.

"Rome" (which according to creative Assembly was meant to be the first of the series) is considered the best among the 3, since it is based on the successful recipes of its predecessor and in addition presents an impressive graphics machine along with an improved strategy map.

Some Rome: Total War screenshots

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