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Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar, der Nachfolger des preisgekrönten historischen Strategiespiels Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece, entführt Sie ins antike Gallien, wo Julius Caesar einen jahrelangen Krieg führte, um die Barbarenhorden zu unterjochen.
Veröffentlichung: 15 Mai 2014
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Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar - Changelog Update v31072 - 05/30/14

30 Mai 2014

Hi everyone, we just put out a new update which brings some more improvements, bug fixes, general gameplay adjustments, and finally the Russian localisation.

Here's the latest changelog:

- Added Russian localization
- Added new forts and resources to the map
- Fixed multiple pathfinding issues on the map
- Fixed some sandbox objectives that were not completable when started as certain factions
- Fixed problems with marsh and alpine movement
- Fixed problem with missing supply radii around forts/cities
- Fixed problems with sound effect playback
- Fixed problems with moving units off beached ships
- Improvements to resource overlays on the strategy map
- Adjustments to faction hostility
- Cities/forts now take longer to capture when there are units inside
- New option to disable the tutorials in the campaign
- Plus various objective, CTD and AI fixes

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Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar - Changelog Update v30883 - 05/15/14

15 Mai 2014

With the end of Early Access coming closer and closer every minute, we're happy to release another major update. Please, check out the follwing changelog and see what it brings along:

- Fixed a crash on load with certain video cards/drivers
- Mines/Cattlefarms must now have an open supply connection to a friendly city in order to produce income
- Gold is now affected by supply line losses
- All resource buildings now take 20 workers or slaves
- Re-balanced resource production to make food more scarce
- Units can now scavenge food from their own farms
- Hostages give a much greater morale bonus when moved inside another city than when left outside
- Auto-grouping now assigns positions based on stance
- You can adjust auto-grouping width by dragging out the mouse
- Added historical dates/seasons to the campaigns
- Siege towers are now allowed to move through friendly units to make it easier to get them into position
- Reduced starting missile range for many units
- Re-balanced the cost/attributes of many officer types
- Increased missile range for cities and fixed problems with battlement upgrade
- All generals now give the Forced March ability
- Fishery and Market upgrades now produced fixed resource amount
- Fixed crash when giving some orders to units on ships

- Fixed problems with AI defense response on unwalled cities
- AI can no longer build units it doesn't have the upgrades for

- Fixed problems resizing GUI after a resolution change

- Added new Alpes and Mare Britannicum sandboxes
- Added missing Belgic tribes to the Belgica sandbox
- Sandbox AI now defaults to randomly choosing AI type
- Roman sandbox factions now start with only legions

- New legions can no longer be recruited in the campaign (removed Legion Camp upgrade)
- Multiple objective fixes and balance tweaks

- New terrain snow effects to mark areas impassable in winter without alpine movement attribute
- Fixed appearance of supply boundaries on the strategy map
- Added faction colours to the strategy map
- Added new forts and resource buildings
- Fixed a number of map pathfinding issues

- New sound engine to reduce stuttering and memory consumption
- Fixed problems caused by inserting or removing headphones while playing
- Fixed bug that was causing many sound variants not to play

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“‘Hegemony Rome triumphs as brilliantly as Caesar’”
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“‘Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar brought me back to my glory days of being enthralled in a game, to the point where I do not want to put it down.‘”
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Über das Spiel

Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar, der Nachfolger des preisgekrönten historischen Strategiespiels Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece, entführt Sie ins antike Gallien, wo Julius Caesar einen jahrelangen Krieg führte, um die Barbarenhorden zu unterjochen: Hegemony Rome lässt Sie Geschichte so hautnah erleben, wie kein anderes Strategiespiel jemals zuvor.

The Rise of Caesar spielt auf einer riesigen satellitengenauen Karte, die von der Mittelmeerküste bis zu den britischen Inseln reicht. Wie im Vorgänger können Sie auf dieser stufenlos hinaus- und hinein zoomen, um entweder einen Gesamtüberblick über Ihr Reich zu erhalten oder direkt die Truppen auf dem Schlachtfeld zu befehligen.

Hegemony Rome haucht der Geschichte Leben ein und lässt Sie in einer authentischen Simulation der Kriegsführung des 1. Jahrhunderts vor Christus Ihre Armeen verwalten. Bringen Sie also ganz Gallien unter die Kontrolle des Senats und des römischen Volkes. Oder vereinen Sie die gallischen Volksstämme und setzen Sie so der römischen Bedrohung im umfangreichen Sandbox-Modus endgültig ein Ende.

    Aus der Feder Caesars – Vier Kampagnen folgen dem Feldzug Julius Caesars detailgetreu wie er ihn in seinem Werk „Commentarii de bello Gallico“ beschrieben hat. Schlagen Sie Brücken über den Rhein, marschieren Sie in Britannien ein und erobern Sie Gallien, indem Sie die über 100 Missionsziele erfüllen oder wählen Sie aus einer von mehr als 20 Fraktionen im umfangreichen Sandbox-Modus.
    Detaillierte Karte – Erkunden Sie die über eine Million Quadratkilometer große und stufenlos zoombare Landkarte von der Mittelmeerküste bis zur Küste Britanniens
    Verbesserte Grafik-Engine – Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar stellt zehnmal so viele Terrain-Details dar wie sein Vorgänger und bietet so abwechslungsreichere und authentischere Landschaften.
    Ein Reich errichten –Das Bausystem erlaubt es Ihnen, Forts, Mauern und Brücken an tausenden Stellen auf der Karte zu errichten, um die römische Herrschaft über die barbarischen Königreiche zu festigen.
    Legionen ausbauen – Um Ihre Legionen zu verbessern, können Sie Offiziere ausbilden, welche die Fähigkeiten der Truppen erweitern oder Sie bestimmen Gouverneure und bauen neue Gebäude in Ihren Städten, um diese zu vergrößern und zu verbessern.
    Gegner aushungern – Vorratslager und ein ausgefeiltes Logistiksystem machen Nachschublinien noch intuitiver als im Vorgänger und vor allem wichtiger als je zuvor.


    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card
    • OS: Windows XP 64bit / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor: 2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB Nvidia 9800 / AMD HD 5570 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card
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Ist ein sehr gutes Spiel kann nach der Beta nur nen hit werden / sein macht einfach spass wie der vorgänger :)
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blxz covered it pretty well. A great strategy game that should have appeal to all levels of RTS players.

I'd just add one thing though, Longbow's track record. This alone should be an important factor in your purchasing decision.

Both Hegemony PoM and Hegemony Gold were supported and improved upon for many years following release, I have no doubt that Rome will see the same due care and attention. One of a small list of developers that do not send their games out in the wild and forget they exist beyond first week sales.

Combine that with modding support built in from the go and we have here a game with potential to provide hundreds of hours of entertainment value for years to come.

If Total War: Rome 2 left a sour taste, this will go a long way towards scratching the Roman itch.
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A fantastic game with oodles of potential so far in the beta phase. Given time to release more sandbox modes, complete the campaign and iron out any bugs this game has real potential to be one that will draw you back time and time again.

Given the track record of the Longbow team I look forward to them delivering fully on all their promises and perhaps even throwing a few surprises in there for good measure. A must buy for those looking to expand beyond the more generic Rome Strategy games out there.
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Hegemony Rise of Caesar supplies unique and innovative strategic and tactical gameplay with deep historical background. It's lots and lots of fun and really addictive and super intelligent. Oh, and the game is beautiful like Venus herself, with its seamlessly zoomable map where you'll zoom right in to see the faces of your single soldiers from a grand map covering all of Roman Gaul.

You'll be arranging massive armies of legions, cavalry, skirmishers; assigning officers and promotions to your best units, upgrading your cities and building camps and even bridges out in the wild. Cut off those enemy supply lines and then go in for the kill! Some of the major battles get really intense with flanking movements and tactical archer support. Logistics is important. You need to do serious considerations as to how to supply your troops in the field.

Epic, just like the book it's based upon, Caesar's De Bello Gallico! All bow to the True Caesar.
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If you have been disappointed by Rome II and its complete lack of challenge and how repetitive the game play is...well my dear fellow history nerd, search no more.

Even at its early development stage Hegemony Rome: the rise of Caesar already shows veeeeeeeeeeeeery promissing features. This is a game that really satisfies the tactical,strategic and operational side of any strategy player.

The graphs are better than before and there is even a variety of faces amongst soldiers.

Thre are tons of civil nad military buildings that can be built and/or destroyd according to you strategy (i.e. bridges,forts)

There is a huge variety of units and each one of them has its pros and cons

The terrain is much more detailed and plays a much more importante role, you have to build bridges to cross certain rivers and certain mountain pass only allow for one of your units to fight at a time.

The interface needs a little work but its already 10x than the previous installment, requiring less clicks while not being dumbed down.

I am also very happy to see that the developers really care about the community and it is open for suggestions, unlike the other guys(CA,SEGA). There is a MODS tab which suggests taht the game will be moddable, which needless to say, is an awesome feature.

In summary, do yourself a favor and buy this game.
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