Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar, seguito dell’acclamato gioco storico di guerra Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece, ti proietta nelle pianure e nelle foreste dell'antica Gallia, in cui Giulio Cesare intraprende un lungo conflitto per soggiogare le orde barbariche.
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Data di rilascio: 15 mag 2014

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5 settembre

Thank you, community! Free DLC ‘Bannermen’ available to download now!

Strike fear into the hearts of your enemies and raise troop morale on the battlefield with the free ‘Bannermen’ micro-DLC for Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar! This new cosmetic content adds four fully-animated units to the game: including the Roman Aquilifer and the Gallic Hornblower.

The DLC is a small thank you for the fantastic support from the community, but larger additional content is planned and will be coming soon.Click on the link below to access the new content

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12 agosto

Join the update testing branch

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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Recensioni

“‘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

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Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar, seguito dell’acclamato gioco storico di guerra Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece, ti proietta nelle pianure e nelle foreste dell'antica Gallia, in cui Giulio Cesare intraprende un lungo conflitto per soggiogare le orde barbariche. In Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar affronterai gli eventi storici in un modo completamente nuovo rispetto a qualsiasi altro gioco di strategia in tempo reale, costringendoti a seguire l'alternarsi delle stagioni e ad adeguarti ai rapidi mutamenti degli scenari militari.
Impostato su un'epica mappa satellitare che si estenda dalla costa del Mediterraneo alle isole britanniche, Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar utilizza il sistema di ingrandimento e riduzione della visuale caratteristica della serie, che ti permette di passare dall'ampia visualizzazione strategica del tuo impero al campo di battaglia in modo fluido e in qualsiasi momento.
In Hegemony Rome rivivrai l'epoca delle guerre che hanno caratterizzato iI I secolo a.C., con un tuo esercito da gestire e tattiche da mettere a punto per prevalere sul nemico. Assoggetta tutta la Gallia al dominio del senato e popolo di Roma, oppure, unisci le tribù galliche nella modalità sandbox estesa, per porre fine alla minaccia del governo romano.


    Narrazione diretta di Cesare – Quattro campagne seguono la conquista di Giulio Cesare, da egli stesso documentate nel De Bello Gallico. Costruisci un ponte sul Reno, invadi la Britannia e conquista la Gallia completando gli oltre 100 obiettivi, oppure scegli tra le oltre 20 fazioni nell’epica modalità sandbox.
    Mappa completamente nuova – Esplora il milione di km² di territorio che si estende dalla costa del Mediterraneo alle spiagge della Britannia, con il fluido sistema di ingrandimento e riduzione della visuale.
    Motore grafico migliorato – Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar supporta 10 volte in più i dettagli del terreno rispetto agli episodi precedenti, offrendo un territorio più variegato e realistico da esplorare.
    Costruisci un impero – Il sistema di edificazione ti consente di erigere fortificazioni, mura e ponti in migliaia di luoghi sparsi in tutta la mappa, per consolidare il controllo romano sui regni barbarici.
    Promuovi le tue legioni – Hai la possibilità di addestrare gli ufficiali per potenziare le abilità della tua unità; inoltre, puoi nominare governatori ed erigere costruzioni in modo da espandere e migliorare le loro città.
    Togli cibo ai nemico – I campi di approvvigionamento e il sistema logistico rendono gli assedi e le linee di approvvigionamento più intuitive e importanti che mai.

Requisiti di sistema

    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
Recensioni utili dai clienti
4 persone su 6 (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
6.6 ore in totale
veramente grandioso.nient'altro da aggiungere
Pubblicata: 16 agosto
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
66 persone su 82 (80%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
17.3 ore in totale
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.
Pubblicata: 19 giugno
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
142 persone su 219 (65%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2.3 ore in totale
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.
Pubblicata: 28 maggio
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
13 persone su 18 (72%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
3.4 ore in totale
Recensione della versione ad accesso anticipato
I love the direction this game is going in in terms of development. Kinda wish there was a dedicated tutorial. What is there is great but I personally prefer a seperate tutorial from game campaign. I want to focus on story line and enjoy game play in the campaign. Just a quirk of mine I guess. That being said I love the graphics and smoth transition between objectives in the story line. I'm typically a turn based strategy gamer but the methods used for this game flow are smooth and precise. I have no problems keeping up and following the objectives. I've yet to find anything I could call a problem. It's fun, addictive and satisfies my thrill for strategy. I strongly reccomend this game for any who love strategy, top line graphics, and excellent sound effects. Maybe I haven't found it yet but would like to see some sort of replay on some of the battles for review and sharing. It's headed in the right direction and I'm glad I bought it now. Will have to get for a friend as well.
Pubblicata: 27 aprile
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
12 persone su 17 (71%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
64.4 ore in totale
Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar is both a solid, fun game and a serious contender for the best 'Rome-based' RTS game in the last few years. Like the majority of others I consider the Total War: Rome franchise to be the benchmark for this genre, and despite the bugs and gameplay issues Rome II had, it got better after patching. The original Total War: Rome was fantastic regardless. It may not be fair to compare the two games considering this is technically an indie release, but I figure even newcomers to the RTS genre have heard of or played a Total War title and it's the most logical (and easiest) comparison.

That said, the devs here didn't try to mimick Total War by redesigning or borrowing its good parts. In fact this game is nothing like Total War. Rather, Longbow Game Studios changed the focus entirely by making historical accuracy and in-depth resource management the two biggest components of Hegemony, and it works very well on top of the standard RTS framework. Hegemony is also far less daunting than Rome and Rome II. Players new to strategy games can jump into the campaign mode and start playing immediately*, but there's also enough substance to keep veteran RTS gamers engaged. The graphics are passable and run smoothly on the highest settings, and the cutscenes are just that - static scenes drawn with a "comic book" style to them. It's a nice break from the bombardment of massively rendered 3D action scenes that end up cheesy and unrealistic because of bad anti-aliasing and direction. The comic book art is also very mature, and there is plenty of violence and blood, which is a nice touch as well.

That asterisk up there? It's for the biggest flaw in this game and (ironically) part of why this game is so easy to jump into: the tutorial system is lacking. You can jump right into this game as a new player and the tutorial will guide you, but you are going to have to learn a lot of the minute details by banging your head against the wall losing captured cities and dying often during the first couple hours. Even veteran RTS players will have to figure out some of the details by trial and error. The most glaring is the lack of explanation about hostages and captured city morale. After you understand it, it makes sense, but you will have to experiment a lot first. (Hint: move your hostages to far away cities. The game fails to mention that part.)

Overall, this is a good game. Is it worth $30? Yeah, but probably only for Roman history fans and RTS fanboys in general. If you are brand new to RTS games you might want to wait until this goes on sale.
Pubblicata: 5 luglio
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No