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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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Join the update testing branch

12 August 2014

In order to publish updates on a more regular basis, we'd like to invite you to join the public update beta testing branch here on Steam. We really appreciate everyone's passion and want to improve the game with each update for everyone who enjoys playing and playtest Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar. But, there's more to come! We have some more cool stuff up our sleeves, like a big thank you everyone who helped us playtest during early access and beyond. So, stay tuned!

How to access the update testing:

- Right click Hegemony Rome in your Steam library and select Properties
- Switch to the BETAS tab and enter the following password: HegemonyRome (case sensitive)
- Now choose the 'update_testing" branch from the drop down menu

Please note: If you want to report problems/bugs/comments related to the update_testing branch then please add an [Update] tag to your thread name on the forums.

And here's some more information on the current build in the update_testing branch:

Release Notes 2.0.5 Beta 1
- Warning: This is an preview update for Hegemony Rome. While it contains multiple improvements and fixes for the game, it has not been thoroughly tested yet and may contain new issues. If you have any questions or problems, please contact us on the forums or you can send dump files to rob@longbowgames.com

Change Log:
- Bug Fix: Fixed CTD related to unit LODs
- Bug Fix: Fixed CTD caused by ship pathfinding in narrow rivers
- Optimization: Fixed significant performance bottleneck in late-game sandbox
- Optimization: Improved rendering speed for large armies

Have fun!

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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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Reviews

“‘Hegemony Rome triumphs as brilliantly as Caesar’”
PCG Media

“‘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.‘”
The Gaming Experience

“‘Every commander’s dream...’”
Hooked Gamers

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.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • 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
    Recommended:
    • 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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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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1 Review
5.2 Std. insgesamt
Ich kann dieses Spiel absolut empfehlen. Wer Strategiespiele mit diversem Stadt und Landmanagment mag ist hier absolut richtig. Das Rein- und Rauszoomen von der lokalen EInheitensicht bis hin zur globalen Übersicht ist sehr gut umgesetzt.
Leider habe ich in ca. 2,5 Stunden Spielzeit 2 Abstürze gehabt was aber die Spielfreude definitiv nicht trübt. In diesem SPiel steckt eine Menge Potential und ich freue mich bis zum endgültigen Release.
Verfasst: 15 August 2014
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70 von 107 Personen (65%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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2.3 Std. insgesamt
I hope this review fairly examines both the qualities and flaws of Hegemony: Rome in equal measure. Most other reviewers seem to be firmly entrenched as die-hard supporters, or enraged that this isn't "Rome: Total War 3."

Pros:
-Surprising historical accuracy. I alt-tabbed to check wikipedia a few times and was always pleasantly surprised. Hegemony: Rome does a great job of putting you in Caesar's sandals.

-Fantastic, seamless zoom-out world map. The world map is intuitive and looks exceptionally well. A tastefully done "seamless zoom" has been promised by strategy games for years and this one actually delivers.

Cons:
-General clumsiness in controlling units and the camera. Units also seem to alternate between odd rigidity and ending up locked in combat while seemingly doing nothing. The strange combat model ultimately makes it difficult to engage in the kind of tactical maneuvers you might expect from a game about Classical warfare.

-Supply system that's heavy on micromanagement and light on strategic decisionmaking. The dilemmas and opportunity costs which should drive major decisions just don't exist here. Basically you're always trying to feed your legions in the field, and to do so you're required to individually create "worker" units, designate mines or fields for them to use, and then manually create supply routes to-and-from cities and outbuildings. There is also little UI in this regard - a list of trade routes sortable by destination/origin or some color coding options would help.


Overall: 5/10. There appears to be no extra metagame choices offered by Hegemony: Rome's potentially interesting supply and resource systems. Instead we're left with a clumsy "Warcraft:Rome edition" that requires some mindless micromanagement on top of a stale combat system. I am looking forward to what extra patching and mods do to the game, but only the biggest strategy buffs should buy Hegemony: Rome in it's current state.
Verfasst: 28 Mai 2014
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26 von 33 Personen (79%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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13.6 Std. insgesamt
A great game. Don't expect this to be a total war clone. A lot of reviewers compare this to that series, but it is not. Battles are part of the fun but it is not the main objective. Keeping your supply line, linking up your cities, and making sure you don't run out of gold is what makes the game challenging. The map is interactive and exploring in this game is fun to do. I highly recomended it for a historical and stratagy game alternative.
Verfasst: 19 Juni 2014
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17 von 21 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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103.0 Std. insgesamt
Early Access-Review
This game is still very rough in it's "pre-release" form. This is a real-time game but not like other RTS. It is a war/strategy
game that is different from most. If you are not familiar with the format, I sugest you buy "Hegemony Gold Wars of ancient Greece" . It is a great game which will give you a better feel for the times and problems of warfare in those times than any other source. I have struggled to finish the first two chapters of the story with many saves and crashes and reloads. Even the tutorial portion is unfinished so being very familiar with "Wars of Ancient Greece" helps a lot.
Waiting for the next fixes and some more chapters....

Chiyotay
Verfasst: 5 März 2014
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11 von 17 Personen (65%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Early Access-Review
Apart from the UI, I would recommend… but why?

Well! Are you looking for a visually stunning, history sim-style RTS?
Was that yes?
You’ve found the right game, get the Early Access now, and add your mark on the games design process, before it’s too late!

LIKES:
I’ll keep this short and simple:
Graphics – STUNNING… the willow trees look like willow trees, need I say more?
Sound – Does the job, not going blow you away, but better than a budget title by far!
Mechanics – These are unique in my opinion, to this game, but the tutorial really helps you out here. Try not to get ahead of yourself; if you don’t then you’ll be rewarded at the right time for the right things. OH! and the ZOOMIE CAM! Oh how I love this game mechanic, your able to zoom right out from the battle field and you’ll actually be able to control the game from a map that’s based on a table, assumingly Caesars battle map in this tent/base, really well done here!
fun? – draws you in, first of all with visuals but then by the historical facts it starts sharing with you along with a gameplay that is unique to itself, and finally by the pure attention to detail.

DISLIKES:
Afraid to say it, but games these days almost always have something to complain about, and that’s the UI. As its Early Access, then I hope this fixes.
Oh you evil space consuming UI, thou art so frustratingly annoying!
Why does thee need a map when thee has a speedy scrolling map thingy…. Bla bla bla
Yeah it’s a real shame, it suffocates you like those moments when a cat sticks its tail right in your face! The game is so well visually designed, so much so that I would really start being absorbed into the game and feel like I was a real general overlooking the battlefield, but I can’t help but notice the UI.
Suffice to say I could go on for a while. I understand that someone has sat down and worked hard at creating this, so I appreciate that. However they want feedback and if this was improved it really would improve emersion, visual appeal and overall quality.

OVERALL:
As you can see there is only one thing that really bothers me about this title, and I hope in some ways that helps you decide what you are looking for, as the game is damn good, certainly playable (unlike most Early access titles) and a damn good educational journey into the past.
If you love games of this style/genre, you will not be disappointed!

APPROVED!
Trust
Verfasst: 25 Februar 2014
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11 von 14 Personen (79%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Early Access-Review
Ist ein sehr gutes Spiel kann nach der Beta nur nen hit werden / sein macht einfach spass wie der vorgänger :)
Verfasst: 13 Februar 2014
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