À propos de Total War : ROME II - Emperor Edition Emperor Edition est la version ultime de ROME II, elle inclut un système politique amélioré, des chaînes de construction remaniées, des combats rééquilibrés et des visuels améliorés à la fois en campagne et en bataille.
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À propos de Total War : ROME II - Emperor Edition

Emperor Edition est la version ultime de ROME II, elle inclut un système politique amélioré, des chaînes de construction remaniées, des combats rééquilibrés et des visuels améliorés à la fois en campagne et en bataille.

De plus, Emperor Edition inclut tout le contenu et les mises à jour disponibles pour ROME II depuis son lancement en septembre 2013. Celles-ci incluent l'intégration de Twitch.TV, les commandes tactiles, de nouvelles factions et unités jouables et la compatibilité Mac.

Le pack de campagne Imperator Augustus ainsi que tout le contenu et fonctionnalités de Emperor Edition sont gratuits, via une mise à jour gratuite pour tous les possesseurs de ROME II.

À propos du pack de campagne Imperator Augustus
Le pack de campagne Imperator Augustus est une nouvelle campagne jouable pour ROME II, qui rivalise avec la campagne principale de ROME II, à la fois en termes d'étendue et d'échelle. Cette campagne vient s'ajouter à Total War™ : ROME II - Emperor Edition, disponible gratuitement et en mise à jour automatique pour les possesseurs de Total War™ : ROME II.

Le pack de campagne Imperator Augustus se déroule en 42 avant Jésus-Christ, durant la période de troubles qui a suivi le meurtre atroce de César. La république reste entière, mais son âme est divisée car trois grands hommes, les membres du Second triumvirat, tiennent le sort de Rome entre leurs mains.
Octave, le fils adoptif de César et également son héritier.

Marc Antoine, l'ami loyal de César et lieutenant le plus fidèle.

Lépide, grand pontife de Rome et l'homme qui a assuré la dictature de César.

Avec les territoires de la République divisés entre eux et la puissance militaire de Rome à leurs pieds, les membres du Second triumvirat sont chacun en position de parier sur le pouvoir et diriger Rome comme son seul - et unique - empereur.

Toutefois, des forces extérieures sont en marche, cherchant à exploiter l'instabilité de Rome pour étendre leurs propres territoires. Combattrez-vous en tant que défenseur de Rome et déferez-vous les autres membres du triumvirat ? Ou dirigerez-vous une autre faction dans une campagne de conquête et d'expansion, et tirerez profit du chaos, alors que la guerre civile romaine fait rage ?

Factions jouables
Les joueurs peuvent embarquer dans une nouvelle campagne en tant qu'une des factions jouables suivantes :
Marc Antoine
Lépide
Octave
Pompée
Icéni
Marcomans
Dacie
Égypte
Parthie
Arménie (maintenant jouable dans la campagne principale de ROME II)

Jusqu'où irez-vous pour Rome ?

La série primée des Total War revient à Rome, établissant ainsi un nouveau point de référence de qualité pour les jeux de stratégie. Devenez la première superpuissance mondiale et commandez la machine de guerre la plus incroyable du monde antique. Dominez vos ennemis par des moyens militaires, économiques et politiques. Votre ascension suscitera à la fois l'admiration et la jalousie, même de vos alliés les plus proches.

Souffrirez-vous de la trahison ou serez-vous le premier à tourner le dos à de vieux amis ? Vous battrez-vous pour sauver la République, ou comploterez-vous pour régner seul comme empereur ?

✢ Planifiez votre conquête du monde connu dans un immense jeu à environnements ouverts au tour par tour (supportant des modes de jeu à 2 joueurs en coopération et en compétition). Conspiration, politique, intrigue, révolte, fidélité, honneur, ambition, trahison. Vos décisions écriront votre propre histoire.

✢ Construisez de vastes armées et entrez sur le champ de bataille dans un mode de combat en temps réel. Mettez vos compétences tactiques à l'épreuve en commandant directement des dizaines de milliers d'hommes s'affrontant dans d'épiques batailles terrestres et navales.

✢ Jouez pour la gloire de Rome en représentant l'une des trois familles ou prenez le commandement d'une grande variété de civilisations rivales; chacune propose une forme sensiblement différente d’expérience de jeu grâce aux centaines d'unités différentes, des machines de siège et cavalerie lourde, aux légionnaires en acier plaqué et barbares berserkers.

✢ Admirez d’antiques villes exotiques et des armées colossales dans un rendu incroyablement détaillé, comme le stupéfiant déroulement des batailles. Des angles de vue détaillés vous permettent de voir vos hommes crier victoire ou hurler de douleur sur la ligne de front, tandis qu'une nouvelle caméra tactique vous offre une vue aérienne du carnage pour améliorer vos décisions stratégiques.

✢ Une expérience extrêmement évolutive, avec une jouabilité et des performances graphiques optimisées, s’adaptant aussi bien au matériel bas de gamme que haut de gamme.

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum
    • OS: XP/ Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor:2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor / 2.6 GHz Intel Single Core processor
    • Memory:2GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card (shader model 3, vertex texture fetch support).
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:35 GB HD space
    • Additional:Screen Resolution - 1024x768
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor:2nd Generation Intel Core i5 processor (or greater)
    • Memory:4GB RAM
    • Graphics:1024 MB DirectX 11 compatible graphics card.
    • DirectX®:11
    • Hard Drive:35 GB HD space
    • Additional:Screen Resolution - 1920x1080
    • Operating System: OS X 10.7.5
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5
    • RAM: 4 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 25 GB
    • Video Card: 512 MB AMD Radeon HD 4850, NVidia GeForce 640 or Intel HD 4000
    • Screen Resolution: 1024x768.

    Unsupported graphics chipsets for Mac: NVidia GeForce 9 series, GeForce 300 series, GeForce Quadro series, AMD Radeon HD 4000 series, Radeon HD 2000 series
    • Operating System: OS X 10.7.5 (or later)
    • Processor: 2nd Generation
    Intel Core i5 (or greater)
    • RAM: 8 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 25 GB
    • Video Card: 1 GB NVidia 750 (or better)
    • Screen Resolution: 1920x1080.

    Unsupported graphics chipsets for Mac: NVidia GeForce 9 series, GeForce 300 series, GeForce Quadro series, AMD Radeon HD 4000 series, Radeon HD 2000 series
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Smelling_Lithium
( 599.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mai
Look at my game hours and see that I am not commenting on ignorance!

I have played Rome 2 since it first came out long ago, and it was virtually unplayable for months after initial release.
I kept playing after a few months of patches and free factions came into it, and was amazed I could play the game with LESS game breaking crashes.
Seriously not looking good at this point, I kept playing (Against all logic) and learned the game was broken in more ways than bugs. The AI will kill itself in time, so no point doing anything. I hear the AI is better now and try again only to find the Ai needs cheat income, food, and sanitation becuase to fix its self destructive issues.
I can confirm the AI is, and always was, utterly broken and never fixed properly.

Deplomacy is also terrible with less options within it than Shogun 2, or even Rome 1!
(Keep that brief as everyone else has hit this point a thousand times)

Finally, the factions are just wrong. Everyone fights in formations which is not right, unit stats are crazy, and it feels all factions are built from the same base with no actual individuality. It seems balancing was more inportant than character and historic accuracy. An even bigger shame they didn't get that right either

All in all, this is a very lazy game and a shameful stain on Total War. A perfect example of the decay of game industry standards and the new game making philosophy of not caring for pubilc opinion, so long as certain sales targets are met and then abondoning the game and its comunity while promising better next time.

Don't waste your time like I did on this.
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dmnlalos
( 110.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mai
My favourite total war game
Lets start.
I loved that game since the moments i saw the first trailer and bought it immediatly upon release
The grand campaign is best for any gamestyle or faction since most of the factions at the begining are equally big.the emperor edition is also great with great new features.my favorite dlc is the one with the peloponisian war and as a greek myself ican rell is very realistic i would buy this game at any price.i cant comment about the supposed bugs and crashes and other terrible technical stuff that existef upon release since i dint experience them at any campaign or custom battle.maybe i was lucky.ilove the Tw series and hope they continue making games like this ☺


Ps tw warhammer is the worst idea for a fantasy TW ever i hated it
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scope_72
( 55.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
I'm more than 50 hours into the grand campaign as Rome. I think it could easily last 80 hours. I've really enjoyed this game and it has lots of replayability. At some point I'll probably do the Imperator Augustus campaign that comes with it for free as well.

If you can get this game on sale, got it for 12 dollars, it's a no brainer. The issues of the past are gone and it is better than Shogun 2 in my opinion.

As a bonus, it has got me into history more. Specifically Roman history.

There are issues, but if you can pick this up for 15 dollars or less it's a no brainer.
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m.kernahan.mk
( 68.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
This game sucked balls. I dont know how you ruin running the Roman Empire but they did.
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MishaMaus
( 1,195.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
After all the trouble,it's a solid TW game-especially with Dei mods!
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El Hurón
( 10.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
Well the game itself is not bad, but it seems that the developers just cut half of the game out to release it as DLCs, that's not simply a ripoff, it is more like a fraud
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WhenDucksCollide
( 213.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
Been playing TW since Shogun 1. This was a broken, half-finished piece of ♥♥♥♥ with insane paywalls at release. Now it's a half-broken barely playable insulting piece of ♥♥♥♥ with insane paywalls.

To the capitalists we're all consumers and they are selling us products based on market research. This means that the focus of making a profitable product is based on which type of psychological profile is likely to buy it despite the quality: this is where marketing/lying/exagerating comes in. And how they lied. The marketing materials are still a lie. I trusted CA when I bought this originally preferring not to read reviews before playing; that was a mistake.

Spent more time on this ♥♥♥♥ recently attempting my little heart out to find some redeeming features but the more I played it the less I liked it, now I hate it. Companies (devs and publishers) like Bethesda(fix massive and obvious bugs before release please), SEGA, CA, EA etc. can go ♥♥♥♥ themselves if they treat people like morons with this type of BS. They know exactly what they're doing which is why they hire trained liars (see marketing) and professional exploiters (I call it MBA syndrome) to create and sell ♥♥♥♥ as "entertainment" to morons, children and compulsives at horribly over-inflated prices: they even have an industry nickname for such consumers, whales. They love whales because whales conform easily to all kinds of market metrics i.e. predictable sales.

I want to be a customer, not a consumer. Maybe too many of us are still way too polite. If you take my money, you owe me a certain standard, planned devolution is not acceptable.
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vtz8xs6
( 34.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
I love it so much. Definitely worth looking in the workshop as well.
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N9NΞCROSIX
( 18.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
Yis
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LGwIII
( 12.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
Juste génial
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smithy
( 6.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
Really tried to get into this game but couldn't. I loved Rome Total war 1 however the UI in Rome 2 is clumsy, I'm struggling how to make sense of the gameplay, even with the tutorial I find the game too disjointed. I used to enjoy settlment customisation and focusing on the economic aspect of Rome, that's just not there in Rome 2. With the battles themselves they don't appear to reward good stategy. I thought I'd try this game now due to the patches etc, but honestly, it's just a poorly designed game, you can't patch that.
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the grey wolf
( 70.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
it is a great game i highley recomend it
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dowman239
( 49.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
Rome as a game Is if your system is up to par. Great graphics, and effects. In depth campaign, solid real time battles, great detail given to historical accuracy. Hundreds of hours in content here. Now why I don't reccomend this game.....

$85 in dlcs is ridiculous to expect any gamer to pay on top of a $60 game. With no option to purchase a season pass, sega is truely sticking it to the gamers. What a shame, I am not against dlcs but $85 with no option to purchase a season pass is absolutely unjustifiable.

So in total if you want the full experience out of this game that will be $145. Seriously, unless you can get this on sale I would pass.

Oh and this game is still $60 roughly 3 years after initial release.
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A wild Panda appears
( 297.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
cant marry small children as Rome
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g-whizzz
( 824.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
Where do I begin with this game? After sinking over 800 hours into it, there is a lot I could say, but I will try to keep it short. Overall, the game is great, and there are many improvements from the original Rome Total War. Being able to have large 40 unit armies during the period of Ancient Rome is somwthing I have enjoyed for many many hours. The campaign map's size alone is also very impressive. However, some things bother me about this game. While there are bugs, just like every game, there are things that they left out/got rid of from other Total War games that were great features. 1. The ability to customize your army/general, like in Shogun 2. This feature was one of my favorites from the Total War series, as it made me feel like i was really in control of my army. 2. I can never understand the online multiplayer in Total War games. It should be possible to play campaigns online with way more than two people. Especially considering the size of the campaign map in Rome 2, there should be a possibilty of at least up to 8 player games. 3. PAYING FOR BETTER BLOOD AND GORE. I mean really? You have to charge for that? I paid for it, but it definitely should have been an update not paid DLC.

So, i would recommend this game, but only to those who enjoy Total War games. If you are looking for a good RTS game, you may want to look elsewhere, only because the mechanics of this game are not the greatest I've seen. If you are looking for a good Total War game to start with, I would suggest Medieval 2, or Shogun 2. This game is still too pricey for someone looking for a good game.
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MAGGOT
( 30.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
This game was very dissapointing.
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Khorps
( 155.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
so there is alot of truth about the game being kinda bad. but I enjoyed it, the AI is ♥♥♥♥ing terrible of course, but the campaign is addicting and the battles are functional. although they could be better had they not been all about cinematic ♥♥♥♥ with kill moves
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josephstepp
( 900.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
Great graphics, amazing game play, and many in depth features. I've played nearly 1,000 hours and it never gets old!
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GuardianMedic{45th Untd}
( 55.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
One of the most in-depth Total War titles to date, great AI, make you work for every inch. Classic turn based overview map with RTS battles. Coop campaign ability makes this a game to share with friends. Test your diplomacy and tactical skills as you manage your economy, happiness of your people, and food supply.
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Jaguar
( 249.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 28 mai
As much as people hate Total War: Rome II, it has its fun sides! Of course I have been playing with Radius and various other mods recently...but the game can be enjoyable.

Classic Rome but added and removed some features. The emperor edition is a lot more polished than the patchy start they had, which is where most reviews got their venom on...

Anyhow, I love it, not as much as I loved other total war games like Rome I and Medieval, but it is what it is, revamped game play and much better graphics.

Roma Invicta!
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I was introduced to Total War only last year, and since then I have played Medievil 2, Shogun 2, Attila, and Rome 2. Of those, I have to say Rome 2 is by far the worst. While it can still be fun, the game is just a sloppy mess that tries it's best to suck the enjoyment out of itself.

We'll start with the good things. The time period is fantastic. This is Rome during the height of their power, not the shadow of glory that is present in Attila. You can re-enact the war against Carthage, you can play as the ancient Greeks or Egpyt if you like, or even try to reclaim Alexander the Great's empire as one of the successor kingdoms. As I said, the time period is great and the map size is awesome. I love how at the beginning of the campaign there are dozens of different factions trying to fight for control of the ancient world. And the game is still a Total War game, with all of the positive things that that entails.

Now onto the negative. The game is a broken, complicated mess. Mechanics don't work as they should. Fortify stance giving you +50% reinforcement range? No, it doesn't. Units tend to blob up despite the use of a "formation attack" toggle. Morale mechanics are broken, I've had units at over 50% break and route even though they were "winning decisively." Your general is useless, he will always be one of the first troops to fall if his unit is attacked no matter what angle it's from. Sometimes units won't even follow orders. I had a unit of Roman Cavalry that I was telling to attack a unit of enemy slingers. Despite the fact that they registered the order, they stopped thirty feet from the slingers and stood there. No matter how many times I told them to attack they just sat there until they finally routed from losses garnered by standing in the line of fire for ten minutes.

Other battlefield mechanics make no sense. How are slingers dropping my Super Heavy Spear Infantry locked in a shield wall from the front? Then there is the truly broken: Pikes. You know your game has severe balance issues when multiplayer rooms are usually tagged with "no pikes allowed" because Pikeman > EVERYTHING. Without a doubt. I once had a unit of heavy swordsmen in a shield wall acting as an anvil for a unit of light pikemen. I then hit those pikes from behind with a unit of heavy melee cavalry. Both of my units routed without the pikemen taking any significant losses.

The campaign map isn't much better. Buildings are overly complicated with their bonuses and negatives, turning empire-building into a game of hardcore addition and subtraction. Capturing territories is extremely slow because the public order system is designed to bog you down. Generals will pick up negative traits for idling in cities after only one turn. The "political intrigue" system is boring, time consuming, and doesn't really have any effect on the rest of the campaign. The entire game just feels...Broken. This isn't even mentioning that half of the playable factions are locked behind a paywall. So you charge me $50 for a broken game that isn't even close to the whole package, then charge me an additional $35 to unlock the rest? What a joke.

What makes this worse is shortly after I played this I bought Attila. Attila is everything that Rome 2 should have been, which is even more upsetting because rather than fix the broken piece of junk they charged everyone good money for, they went ahead and just made another game that actually worked and said, "Sorry guys if you bought the crap that was Rome 2, go ahead and buy Attila instead! It works!" Don't get me wrong, I'm not hating on CA, I understand that ♥♥♥♥ happens sometimes..And since Rome 2 they've really stepped up their game. Look at how TW: Warhammer is shaping up! Not to mention that they're walking everyone through that development every step of the way! I am, however, hating on everything that happened to make Rome 2 the piece of ♥♥♥♥ that it is today. This is the black stain on your record, CA, and you owe everyone by making sure that this fiasco never happens again.

In short, don't play this ♥♥♥♥. Either get Attila or Warhammer instead, or go with one of their older titles. Those actually work.

OVERALL: 4/10
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Edit: I fully recommend you play this with the Divide et Impera mod.
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Too much DLC for a total War Game please stop
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A Well rounded game that has provided me countless hours of enjoyment (around 3000 hours).
When compared to watching a 2 hour movie for 10 dollars. I have got my moneys worth with this game.
I wish that they didn't stray into the magical realm with the new upcoming warhammer total war but I understand you have to give the players what they want even if its steam punk meets harry potter looking crap that has gears with no function what so ever.
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While the base game is relatively fun and balanced, it feels small. CA is holding the other 50% of the game hostage for over $90. Do NOT buy this game unless it's on Steam sale for over 50% off. I'd say the base game is worth $20 at best.
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"Rome wasn't patched in a day"

So now it's been two years and its finally playable.

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kind a cool game but have bugs/glich on some of the land battle.Overall its good game.
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Before this the only Total War I had real experience with was Medieval 2, and I've gotta say, I'm glad I picked this up. Thank you, franchise sale, because Rome 2 is my favorite strategy game experience ever. The world map management feels like a combination of Sid Meier's Civ V and Total War, and the research tree is a cool addition to the building. My only complaint about the world map is that it does feel a little oversimplified; definitely do your campaigns above "normal" difficulty if you want a real challenge.

Diplomacy is easier to do than ever before and it actually makes sense; your standing with a particular faction and its allies will actually affect what kind of treaties they'll enact with you, if any at all, and you're less likely to encounter random backstabbing. (Although why my client states maintain military alliances with countries I'm at war with I'll never know)

The actual battles are the same as before, with a pretty UI that tells you all you need to know and the addition of abilities - not just the formations, phalanxes, fire arrows, and stakes that we had before - but things like war cries to rally your own troops and intimidate the enemy all makes battles feel better and grittier. All the different types of battles are great too, and it's awesome having an online battle work out when you're the reinforcing navy coming rescue your teammates :P

All in all, would totally recommend this game, especially as a good starting point into the Total War franchise if you want something that's actually historical and cool

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598.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 27 mai
Great Game in current state

Rome wasnt patched in a day
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Posté le : 6 mai
the most indepth game from tatal war massive armys and modifiable units
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46.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 22 mai
I recommend this game but only just. Too many problems for whatever reason. Decent game though. 7/10.
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Posté le : 9 mai
I have played all but one of the Total War games and I think this is a great addition. My only complaint is that diredting units on the battlefield can still be clunky but no more so than the other games in the series and in fact I would say it is a bit better in this edition than others.

It seems fairly well optimized for my PC, but I did have to turn down some of the graphics settings for the big battles when I had troop number maxes out. I run a GTX 760 though and I imagine if you have a 900 series card you should be able to play all maxed out. I got 121 hours of play out of this and did not even do the last scenario in Sparta. I may play that campaign later after a break, 121 hours and I think I have had enough for a bit, lol! I recoomend you get this game if you like the other games in the series. I had a great time with this.
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