How far will you go for Rome?
Encompassing one of the best-known periods in world history, Total War: Rome II™ will combine the most expansive turn-based campaign and the largest, most cinematic real-time battles yet seen in any game.
Total War: Rome II™ will sink players into the dangerous political machinations of Rome’s senate, while asking them to struggle with family dilemmas and question the loyalty of ‘friends’ and allies. Leading the greatest army ever seen into battle will be just one challenge you will face at the head of the world’s first superpower.
Will you help forge an empire? Restore the Republic? Or grasp the reins of power for yourself, and assume the hated title of tyrant? Who will you conquer? Who will you betray? Who will you sacrifice?
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Total War: Rome 2 is actually is fun to play, but there are a lot of flaws that reduce the fun. I've been a fan of the total war series since its beginning and I must say Rome 2 as it is now is a little bit of a let down for me. The map is huge, the battle maps are many, the units look good and are many as well... so are the factions. And since you have many factions on a huge map it can happen that you have to wait several minutes until your computer has finished calculating its turn(s). Concerning the graphics I must say that I don't see a huge improvement from Shogun II Total to Rome II when it comes to battles... the campaign map itself actually does look much better. The music and sound effects have always been a huge asset of the series and Rome 2 is absolutely continuing this legacy of good work The gameplay is left with a huge potential for improvement. Politics in a faction are practically non-existent. Diplomacy seems to be incomplete and utterly simple with unexplainable restrictions (No exchange of provinces for example... which can get quite annoying). Adjusting economic options like taxation, food production is not difficult to handle at all but very important in order to keep your faction going. Conclusion: As the game is now I would give it 3 of 5 stars. You can obviously see and feel the "total war" in it and it makes a lot of things right, but without proper patching and fine tuning I wouldn't even add it to the "top 3" of the series (still with the potential to become one of them after getting rid of the current problems).