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Total War™ ROME II: Caesar in Gaul

Operasyon Paketi

Açıklama:

Caesar in Gaul, Total War: ROME II için bağımsız bir operasyon paketi olup Julius Caesar’ın Galya kavimleriyle yaptığı genişleme savaşını konu eder. Oyuncular, Caesar'ın Commentarii de bello Gallico (Galya Savaşı Hakkında Yorumlar) eserinden esinlenen bir operasyonda bu savaşta oynanabilir dört gruptan birini seçebilir: Galyalı Arverni'ler, Germen Sueviler, Belçikalı Nerviler ve Roma.

Rome II'ye (58-51BC) göre zaman ve coğrafya açısından daha dar bir kapsam sunan Caesar in Gaul Operasyon Haritası, Galya'yı ve Britanya'nın güney kıyısını daha geniş ve daha ayrıntılı bir biçimde göstermektedir.

ROME II’nin Galya haritasıyla karşılaştırıldığında Caesar in Gaul, daha fazla bölge ve eyalet, daha fazla grup (hem oynanabilir, hem oynanamayan) ve oyuncunun seçtikleri gruba bağlı olarak kullanacağı veya mücadele edeceği tarihten bir dizi ünlü general ve devlet adamı içermektedir.

Caesar açısından büyük kâr ve şan getiren bir savaş olan bu çatışma, onu Roma halkı gözünde oldukça popüler kıldı... fakat onun nihayetinde Diktatörlüğe yükselişine yol açan bir dizi olayda gücü kendinde topladığını gören senatörler halkla aynı duyguyu paylaşmıyorlardı.

Caesar in Gaul, ana ROME II deneyiminden birçok önemli özellik açısından farklıdır:

Yeni Operasyon Haritası:

Caesar in Gaul operasyon haritası, Galya'nın genişletilmiş ve daha ayrıntılı bir temsilidir ve oyuncular kaynaklar, yeni yerleşimler ve yeni eyalet başkentlerinin yayıldığı 18 eyalete genişleyebilmektedirler.

Karakterlere daha fazla odaklanma:

Birçok grup, tarihin birçok büyük generalini ve devlet adamını kullanmaktadır (örneğin, Roma için bizzat Gaius Julius Caesar, Marcus Antonius ve diğerleri). Oynanabilir dört grubun her birinin, operasyon boyunca oyuncunun avatarı olarak işlev gören bir grup lideri vardır.

Yılda 24 hamle:

Caesar in Gaul, ROME II operasyonunun genel savaşına göre çok daha kısa bir süreyi kapsadığından (58-51BC) her hamle bir yıldan ziyade iki haftayı temsil etmektedir. Bu da sezonların geri döndüğü anlamına gelir. Ancak bunların oynayış üzerindeki etkileri her zaman öngörülemeyebilir ve eyaletten eyalete farklılık gösterebilirler. Örneğin geç gelen bir sonbahar iyi bir hasada yol açabilirken uzun ve kuru bir yaz yiyecek üretiminize zarar verebilir.

Kompakt, odaklanmış çok oyunculu operasyon:

Daha hızlı bir MP operasyon oyunu arayan generaller için Caesar in Gaul bir dizi ilginç seçenek sunar. Coğrafi kapsamı ve rakip 48 grup yüzünden, işbirliği veya rekabetçi 2 oyunculu operasyonlar, tam Operasyona göre daha sıkı, daha odaklanmış ve daha az zaman kaybettiriciler.

Yeni oyun ortasında mücadele mekaniği:

Oyunun ortasını geçen oyuncular için ROME II'nin İç Savaşlarına daha uygun bir değişiklik olarak karşılaşacakları yepyeni mücadeleler olacak. Bir Galyalı kavim olarak, ağır müdahale kuvvetleriyle Roma'nın demir yumruğunu hissedecek ve Roma olarak da Galyalı kavimlerin size karşı ayaklanıp ittifaklar kurduklarını göreceksiniz.

Yeni tarihi muharebe:

Caesar in Gaul, oynanabilir tarihi bir muharebe olarak Alesia Muharebesini ekler. Alesia, Caesar'ın Galya Savaşının dönüm noktasıydı ve daha sonra Roma'ya götürülüp Caesar'ın Zafer kutlamalarında idam edilen Vercingetorix'in yakalanmasıyla sonuçlandı.

Caesar'ın bakış açısından gerçekleşen Alesia muharebesi oyuncuyu, Vercingetorix'in Galya kalesinin kuşatmasını sürdürmekle görevlendirir. Muharebe, Romalı kuvvetlerin tepe kalesinin dışındaki kendi abluka istihkamlarının içinde konuşlandırılmasıyla başlar. Oyuncu Romalılara, hem büyük bir kurtarma ordusundan hem de kalenin içinden gelen saldırıları savuştururken kılavuzluk etmek zorundadır.

Yeni Total War: ROME II tam operasyon oynanabilir gruplar:

Caesar in Gaul, yeni Operasyon içinde oynanabilir gruplarla birlikte ana oyuna oynanabilir üç yeni grup da ekler:

• Nerviler (barbar, Belgae)
Belgae kavimlerinin en korkuncu ve güçlüsü olan Nerviler, Kelt ve Germen mirasının buluşma noktasıdır. Birliklerindeki askerler bu kültür karışımını yansıtır ve yeni, eşsiz ordu bileşimleri yaratma olasılığı sağlar.

• Boiler (barbar, Galyalı)
Galya kavimlerinin en büyüklerinden biri olan Boiler, Cisalpina Galya'yı, Pannonia'yı, Bohemia'yı ve Gallia Narbonensis'i işgal etmişlerdi. Sayıları onları dikkate alınması gereken bir kuvvet kılarken coğrafi olarak diğer Galya kavimlerinden biraz ayrılar ve doğrudan vahşi Germen klanlarına ve Daçyalılara doğrudan açık haldedirler.

• Galatlar (barbar, Anadolu)
Doğunun Galyalıları olan Galatlar, Balkanların Keltlerce işgal edilmesinden sonra Anadolu'ya göç ettiler. Generaller Lotarios ve Leonnorios'un liderliğinde Trakya'dan geçerek MÖ 270 civarında buraya vardılar. Helen bölgesindeki Keltler ve onlara düşman gruplar olarak Galatlar, ilginç ve zorlayıcı yeni bir oyun sunarlar.
Yeni birlikler:
Olağan birliklerinin yanında Caesar in Gaul'ün oynanabilir grupları (ve Caesar in Gaul mülkiyetinin sağladığı ana ROME II operasyonundaki oynanabilir gruplar) da şu yeni

birlikleri kazanırlar:

Boiler (ROME II)

• Kılıçlı Takipçiler (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Efendi emrettiğinde kılıç saplar.
• Kıdemli Mızraklar (mızraklı piyadeler)
Savaş kasları ve yüreği sertleştirir, kulağı korkakların çığlıklarına karşı sağırlaştırır.

Galatlar (ROME II)

• Galat Lejyonerleri (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Keltler, Romalılara itiraf edebileceklerinden daha fazlasını öğrettiler, ama burası çift yönlü bir sokaktır.
• Galat Akıncıları (ciritli ve kılıçlı süvariler)
Yaralı düşmanlar, canlarını bağışlamayacak olan süvarilerle yüzleşmek yerine kaçmanın daha iyi olduğunu bilirler.

Galyalı kavimler (ROME II ve Caesar in Gaul)

• Seçilmiş Kılıç Ustaları (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Bu adamlar, kanıtlanmış cesaret ve bilenmiş silah becerileriyle savaşırlar.
• Seçilmiş Mızrak Ustaları (mızraklı piyadeler)
Zincirli zırh bir savaşçının kalbini soğutmaz veya savaşa susamışlığını gidermez.
• Galyalı Avcılar (gizli oklu piyadeler)
Avlanma, saklanma ve ani darbe becerileri, bir savaşçının becerileridir.

Nerviler (ROME II ve Caesar in Gaul)

• Acımasız Kılıç Ustaları (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Bir Keltliyi, kazandığı uzun kılıcından ancak bizzat ölüm ayırır.
• Gerilla Kılıç Ustaları (gizli kılıçlı piyadeler)
• Bu kılıç ustaları, düşmanların en beklemedikleri anda ve yerde saldırırlar.
• Güçlü At (mızraklı süvari)
Güçlü bir at ve vahşi bir darbe bu savaşçıları korkutucu bir düşman kılar.
• Çıplak Mızraklar (mızraklı piyadeler)
Yeterince cesaretin varsa kimin giysilere ihtiyacı olur ki?
• Galyalı Avcılar (gizli oklu piyadeler)
Avlanma, saklanma ve ani darbe becerileri, bir savaşçının becerileridir.

Yardımcılar

• Yardımcı Galyalı Avcılar (gizli oklu piyadeler)
Bir avcının becerileri, Roma'nın hizmetinde kullanılmalıdır.
• Yardımcı Asil At (mızraklı süvariler)
Atlı, zırhlı bir yumruk, Roma ordusunda her zaman yararlıdır.
• Yardımcı Çıplak Kılıç Ustaları (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Savaşın vahşi tanrıları Roma'nın yararına kullanılmalıdır.
• Yardımcı Kısa Kılıç Ustaları (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Bazen savaşta bir adama beceriden ziyade cesareti değer katar.

Paralı askerler

• Paralı Galyalı Avcılar (gizli oklu piyadeler)
Başka adamları avlamak sıklıkla en büyük ödülü getirir.
• Paralı Asil At (kılıçlı süvari)
Bir asilin bile fiyatı vardır ve altın karşılığında savaşacaktır.
• Paralı Çıplak Kılıç Ustaları (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Savaş tanrıları, cesaretle savaştıkları sürece paralı askerleri kutsarlar.
• Paralı Kısa Kılıç Ustaları (kılıçlı piyadeler)
Cesareti ve zafer zevki sık sık satılabilir.

Sistem Gereksinimleri

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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PewDiePie
Yayınlanma: 8 Mayıs
meh
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Fodder, Cannon
Yayınlanma: 18 Nisan
The only reason you would play this campaign is to play with less btw turn loading times
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LNER_4472
Yayınlanma: 14 Mart
I would get Hannibal at the Gates instead. This DLC seems fun but it isn't, I just wasn't drawn in to it like the other campaigns. The only good that I got out of this was the battle of Alesia. Please get some other DLC than this one.
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Scarlet Pumpernickle
Yayınlanma: 23 Şubat
There's not much one really needs to say about campaign DLCs for the Total War series. They're always pretty much an elaboration on the same period the initial game is set in, but blows up a specific area (in this case Roman period France and Germany) so you can focus on notorious campaigns of historical figures. In this one, it's Caeser in Gaul, the quintessential campaign for any fan of Roman history.

Basically, if you enjoyed Rome 2, you're going to enjoy this campaign. You get to spend a bit more time focusing on certain aspects of heroes and units while returning to the multiple turns per year model they utilized in Napoleon and Shogun 2. This was a good move in my opinion, as my least favorite part of Rome 2 Grand Campaign is the 1 turn = 1 year.

I give this one the recommendation, and if you're a fan of Total War then you can feel secure in your purchase.
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Caligu1a
Yayınlanma: 30 Ocak
You are caesar, even if in this game he is a silver haired, shrivelled faced patrick stewart looking old man at 40 when in gaul ?!?!
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김정은 "Kim Jong Un"
Yayınlanma: 26 Ocak
eh, its ok the real reason i got it was for the factions
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ANKH
Yayınlanma: 26 Aralık 2015
yup. its good. lack of unit diversity though
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劉振雄
Yayınlanma: 25 Aralık 2015
錢錢錢
快跑啊!
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physics-1
Yayınlanma: 29 Kasım 2015
I loved RTW 1 this is even better, but i dont like the need for so many DLC
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Yureina
Yayınlanma: 4 Ekim 2015
Eh, it's ok.

For history enthusiasts, it is kind of cool to re-create Caesar's campaigns in Gaul, or play as one of the tribes attempting to resist his conquest. But unlike the base game, I see little reason to play through this side-campaign more than once. Honestly, it didnt really feel much different from the main game, except that for Rome you eventually have to deal with the Gauls uniting against you in a way not so different from the "realm divide" found in Shogun 2.

Overpriced, but at least this is a DLC with actual new content in it. Grab this on a sale if it seems interesting to you.
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Monostatos
Yayınlanma: 30 Haziran 2015
I went into this expecting a focused Total war experience with story elements describing and depicting the Roman campaign among the Gauls. Between Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix one would think this would be a perfect opportunity to really go deep into just one specific campaign.
What I instead found myself getting was a smaller map with less features than before and lots of missed opportunities.

If all you want is a small brawl-map for tactical battles between gaelic factions and rome, plus some extra Gauls for the grand campaign then buy this, but do not expect any of it to be neither epic or with historically significant mechanics/events
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Dr.No
Yayınlanma: 26 Haziran 2015
One word defines this DLC and that is SPAM! Spamming cheap levy armies that barely take any DAMAGE at all assaulting a level 4 garrison is insulting to the ancient romans. Surely 3 legionaries could wipe a 10 levy spearmen in close quarters but noooo somehow peasants turn into King Leonidas' 300 and slaughter my feeble garrison without taking much damage!!!
Do not buy this DLC , it's mainly Vercingetorix and his spamalot armies taking entire provinces without a scratch and you tearing out your hair at this DLC
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Anthony
Yayınlanma: 23 Haziran 2015
It appeared rather well done, and though challenging was quite eventful.

Then things happened. I was dealing with quite a few rebellions, and thought that while annoying it was a fair mix of representing Caesar's campaign in Gaul with my own actions. All of a sudden completely unavoidable discontent shoots through the roof all over Gaul, and soon I am faced with a completely scripted rebellion all over the country. In every single province a death stack of 20 unit armies are insta-spawned. And I had not even gotten to the stage where I had wrapped the war up with Northern tribes.

If not for that pathetic scripted nonsense, this would actually have been a quite good DLC. As it stands, this DLC suddenly feels very unimmersive (did anything I did cause a rebellion? No, it was scripted to happen no matter what I did. Why not just remove control of everything else while you're at it CA?) that will have absolutely 0 replayability, as the defining moment of the DLC is, and always will be a scripted rebellion that indicates a very poor set of skills possesed by the developers.
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Craeky Baeky
Yayınlanma: 17 Haziran 2015
The historical battle is very inaccurate along with some of the campaign it's fun but pretty bs.
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Mic
Yayınlanma: 17 Haziran 2015
Great campaign for Rome II
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m.cudden
Yayınlanma: 2 Nisan 2015
Brilliant DLC for what is now a fantastic game. The more focused nature of this campaign is refreshing after the Grand Campaign. You will always be outnumbered as Rome and, when playing on higher difficulties, provides a much needed challenge. Also, there is more attention to detail, for example when you encounter a new faction the game provides you with a description of this new faction through Caesar's own words, taken from his Commentaries. I would recommend this DLC to anyone who wants a new challenge after completing the Grand Campaign. This is Total War at its finest.
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Nova Rinne
Yayınlanma: 15 Mart 2015
Adding the historical Caesar in gaul. Conquer the Gauls!
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🐾♥ Yarfy Fox ^ᴥ^
Yayınlanma: 28 Şubat 2015
Pretty shallow DLC campaign that also adds 3 new Celtic factions. It is not bad, it just does not add much interesting either.
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Zeus-Bouncebag
Yayınlanma: 15 Şubat 2015
Pros:
Gaius Julius Caesar.
Seasons and Turns make sense in this DLC.
Delves a bit deeper than the base game into the gallic factions.
Fun to play, more immersive than the base game.

Cons:
Technology tree makes little sense, icons and buffs are strange.
Some path issues, funnelling a problem.

Overall: Second Best DLC you can own. Especially with all the new factions and units added.
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Ossian_DJ
Yayınlanma: 15 Şubat 2015
i bought it so i go on to rome 2 to play but it says i have to buy it wheni already bought it from the steam store.
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En Yararlı İncelemeler  Son 180 gün içinde
8 kişiden 6 tanesi (75%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
1 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
Yayınlanma: 30 Ocak
You are caesar, even if in this game he is a silver haired, shrivelled faced patrick stewart looking old man at 40 when in gaul ?!?!
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1 kişiden 1 tanesi (100%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
Yayınlanma: 23 Şubat
There's not much one really needs to say about campaign DLCs for the Total War series. They're always pretty much an elaboration on the same period the initial game is set in, but blows up a specific area (in this case Roman period France and Germany) so you can focus on notorious campaigns of historical figures. In this one, it's Caeser in Gaul, the quintessential campaign for any fan of Roman history.

Basically, if you enjoyed Rome 2, you're going to enjoy this campaign. You get to spend a bit more time focusing on certain aspects of heroes and units while returning to the multiple turns per year model they utilized in Napoleon and Shogun 2. This was a good move in my opinion, as my least favorite part of Rome 2 Grand Campaign is the 1 turn = 1 year.

I give this one the recommendation, and if you're a fan of Total War then you can feel secure in your purchase.
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En Yararlı İncelemeler  Tamamı
3 kişiden 2 tanesi (67%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
Yayınlanma: 11 Aralık 2014
kesinlikle çok güzel ...
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72 kişiden 67 tanesi (93%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
2 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
Yayınlanma: 24 Ekim 2014
A great scenario for Total War Rome 2, played on a new Gaul based map, with some limited neighbouring areas, such as southern Britain. You can of course play as the Romans, or as a number of the Gallic factions of the time.
The game is shorter than the standard game, and seasonal weather conditions help give the game an authentic feel.
My one gripe is that despite the campaign supposedly ending in 51BC, if you don't in fact win by that time (by achieving your factions set goals), the game just rolls on into 50BC without any kind of notification that you failed the scenario. I played a full 186 turns and then stopped once 50BC arrived. The option to play on is definitely welcome, but there should be some kind of splash screen. I would rather come back and try again within the timeframe, than spend the rest of my life trying to complete one scenario.
However, this aside, this has definitely been the best Total War experience I've had to date. Definitely recommended.
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29 kişiden 29 tanesi (100%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
2 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
Yayınlanma: 4 Ekim 2015
Eh, it's ok.

For history enthusiasts, it is kind of cool to re-create Caesar's campaigns in Gaul, or play as one of the tribes attempting to resist his conquest. But unlike the base game, I see little reason to play through this side-campaign more than once. Honestly, it didnt really feel much different from the main game, except that for Rome you eventually have to deal with the Gauls uniting against you in a way not so different from the "realm divide" found in Shogun 2.

Overpriced, but at least this is a DLC with actual new content in it. Grab this on a sale if it seems interesting to you.
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39 kişiden 28 tanesi (72%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
6 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
Tavsiye Ediliyor
Yayınlanma: 27 Kasım 2014
Really Amazing DLC, Great time of history, Who you are? or who you want to be? The great Caesar or The great king of Gaul, vercingetorix!! go inside of results, no I prefer you make your own history in this time of amazing battles such siege of Alesia and battle of gergovia, Amazing battles, Amazing history, amazing generals, AMAZING DLC :)
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92 kişiden 56 tanesi (61%) bu incelemeyi yararlı buldu
6 kişi bu incelemeyi komik buldu
Tavsiye Edilmiyor
Yayınlanma: 16 Ocak 2015
Caesar in Gaul fails to make any meaningful attempt at recreating the actual campaign of Caesar. That is the real purpose of a mini-campaign, to be a focused map and a focused campaign based around these historical wars. As just a sandbox, it plays no differently than the base game.

The technology trees are at times lazy and poorly designed. Multiple turns per year advertised as a meaningful feature, as with seasons and attrition. TPY, seasons and attrition all should have been part of the Grand Campaign.

The Caesar tree focuses on Imperium, which is largely an unwanted effect in this campaign specifically because of the unavoidable Gallic Uprising at maximum Imperium. As well, most of the technologies aren’t anything worthwhile, while other parts are quite valuable. (ie. Elite “Legionary Equipment” and “Befriend Gallic Chieftains” are fantastic cost-saving moments, but “Appoint Legates” and “Bribe Gaius Scribonius Curio” are counterproductive at the best of times, serving to pump-up the unwanted Imperium not as a counter-measure to the player but because CA don’t seem to understand their own mechanics.

The Crassus tree is actually well done, with commerce being the focus, the bonuses being large enough to validate the overall cost of that branch of the tech tree. There is nothing special about it, nothing that meaningfully reflects what undistracted support from Crassus would mean. He was more pliable than Pompey and a lesser rival, being in his old age and not having long to last.

The Pompey side of the Roman tech tree is weird, with articles such as “Promote Hispanic Claim” which provides Level I horses and decreases unit cost, but it does not explain where those horses are from (though it can be assumed they’re imported from Hispania, nothing is said in the description of the quality of Iberian horses). Likewise “Banquet for Julia” is a meaningless tech tree that costs a hefty 4000 and offers a measly 4% decrease in unit cost and +4 public order from Latin culture. For “Support for Pompey”, you often only get a weak decrease of unit cost to some unrelated event. “Return Legion”, as the end of Pompey’s tree is nonsense. The loss of Pompey’s legion was a big deal and an intentional move to ruin Caesar, but there is nothing reflecting that via this technology. How about a large boost in one area, while resulting in the loss of allowed Army power (ie. reduction to 15 or 14 Armies allowed from 16 at Maximum Imperium)? There are better ways to use these characters and events, Pompey was his principle ally and rival.

As for the Barbarian factions, their tech trees are reshuffled versions of the Grand Campaign to fit the timing and theme of the campaign, which is acceptable. Though the pay-for-tech system leads to situations of unreasonable cost for little in return.

The Gallic Uprising and Roman Escalation are broken, the former being absurd and rendering the game to a standstill and the Roman AI completely failing to use the latter.

“New units” introduced in this should have been in the base game at release, in the case of Chosen Swordsmen, Chosen Spearmen, and Gallic Hunters (playing Arverni previously was much more dull and stark, without midtier units). The Mercenary and Auxiliary types introduced also seem like things that should have been in at release.

Massilia now being made playable in GC, they should have been “unlocked” in CiG, as they would have provided a unique start and roster. A near-Iberian and Briton faction should also have been playable, as they would similarly open unique starting points and varied rosters. The historical battles introduced are weak, and do not compare at all to the well scripted and impressive battles of Shogun 2.

There are also small details missing, such as the withdrawals of Pompey’s Legions from Caesar (the technology for it is meaningless), Caesar’s use of/access to Cretan Archers, etc. Reduced what could and should have been reasons to have trade nodes into technologies (ie. getting resources through technologies in a broken and forced tech tree, instead of actually trading to acquire them using nodes).
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Started campaign in VH and two times I was close to restart the campaign because the gauls attack with thousand and thousand men every turn... Now my Caesar is lvl10 and my legion I is lvl8 and I still captured only 1/2 of Gallia...

I recommend this campaign because is more difficult then main campaign and we need to be more careful with strategic decisions!
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Sets the stage plotwise for the Augustus campaign.

Okay over all, good strategy, and forces you to really strategize which faction is best to subjugate/remove entirely etc as you conquer your way across the board. Most of my campaigns were also quick, frantic affairs, with lots of back and forth so they were fun when I could get the upper hand, but also run the risk of becoming endless tug of wars.

If you can catch it on sale, i'd pick it up, otherwise don't think you're missing much with the Augustus campaign for free/If you've ever played as Rome in the Grand Campaign.
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Pros:
Gaius Julius Caesar.
Seasons and Turns make sense in this DLC.
Delves a bit deeper than the base game into the gallic factions.
Fun to play, more immersive than the base game.

Cons:
Technology tree makes little sense, icons and buffs are strange.
Some path issues, funnelling a problem.

Overall: Second Best DLC you can own. Especially with all the new factions and units added.
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WOW - a great extra campaign for Rome II, who doesn't want that!!!.....(ignore the 0.0 hours as it must count towards the whole game) Anyway Featuring a new campaign map, which focuses on Caeser's exploits in so called "Barbarian" territory. It contains new technologies to research, amongst other things such as more turns per year. new weather system - also it pits you right in the middle of a time period and campaign map where most of the tribes hate you (so what's new lol), so right away you are at war or disliked with most factions but you still have allies, plus you can play as a barbarian tribe. So having played a while but not as much as I had hoped (I was waiting for Hannibal at the Gates DLC) I can still say that this addon/DLC is worth it for fans of ROME II - you won't be dissapointed - just a smaller campaign map with more provinces to conquer that purely focuses on the Rome/Barbarian side of war of this period - so all in all a small breakdown of the Rome II Grand Campaign Map, into a smaller more manegable chunk - so top marks all round - it can only improve :) - so get out there and conquer "For Rome".....or the barbarians
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good map and lots of barbarians to destroy
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Strongly recommend against this DLC. First of all, as with the game itself, don't be fooled by the fake screenshots and movies - the game still looks nothing remotely like that on Ultra graphics.

As for the campaign, it's not even fun. There is no overall story structure such as the campaigns in Napoleon or the Road to Independence campaign in ETW. You get caeser and some contemporaries - and then you play the normal game but in Gaul and Hispania, with long drawn out turns. All the Gaulic tribes have vastly more people to throw at you than you can possibly raise until you have researched all technologies and are making a ridiculous amount of income per turn. On top of this, all of them have vastly larger movement range than you and can - and will - take your settlements with ease if you make the mistake of, you know, trying to actually win the campaign.

Existing unit types such as Rorarii have been changed into lesser, more useless units like Vigiles. With Emperor edition "fixing" the AI, Roman units become incredibly mediocre until full experienced with gold armor, arrows, horses, and weapons. Caeser will frequently become wounded due to assassination attempts, and most of the tech tree serves little purpose but to increase your imperium, rather than actually improve your military capability.'

As if that all weren't aggrivating enough, overall the campaign is just not at all historically accurate. Hell, when I played, the Helvetii immediately surrendered as soon as I ended the first turn and I only attacked them once. Sure that's not a big deal but when it's extremely difficult to win because the enemy factions are unrealistically powerful, it's simply not fun. The Romans at this point - especially Caesers legions - were the cream of the crop. To see them embarrassingly destroyed by what should be weaker units is just absurd.

Unless you find a lot, and I mean a lot of mods to balance out the imbalance, I wouldn't bother. The only reason I have this is because it was on extreme discount and I was curious.
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I can recommend this for a low price. Don't buy it full price though as this mini campaign is enough frustration for the night. Non stop backtracking because tiny armies march through your empire and take your settlements. All the barbarians ganging up to you.

Just played two hours straight and did not make any progress due to too many tiny armies capturing settlements all over place. This add-on is one big mice chasing game.
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Good dlc in my opinion. had to rename and change Caesar to make a bit darker hair. make him look if he was 80 not in his late 40's to his early 50's and change Caesar's Legion to the XIII :P but fun and others to XI and XII. Liked the Seasons made since kinda glad they added that into the grand campaign. I recommend this to anyone that is a total war fan and if you are new too total war welcome. this campaign is easy to start with after completing the tutorial. was fun trying to retake a lot of gaul to make them civilized in the Name of Rome!! enjoy :)
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It appeared rather well done, and though challenging was quite eventful.

Then things happened. I was dealing with quite a few rebellions, and thought that while annoying it was a fair mix of representing Caesar's campaign in Gaul with my own actions. All of a sudden completely unavoidable discontent shoots through the roof all over Gaul, and soon I am faced with a completely scripted rebellion all over the country. In every single province a death stack of 20 unit armies are insta-spawned. And I had not even gotten to the stage where I had wrapped the war up with Northern tribes.

If not for that pathetic scripted nonsense, this would actually have been a quite good DLC. As it stands, this DLC suddenly feels very unimmersive (did anything I did cause a rebellion? No, it was scripted to happen no matter what I did. Why not just remove control of everything else while you're at it CA?) that will have absolutely 0 replayability, as the defining moment of the DLC is, and always will be a scripted rebellion that indicates a very poor set of skills possesed by the developers.
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Nice break from a long Grand Campaign. Pretty cool to have generals who were actually there at the time aka- Caesar, Vercingetorix
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Pretty shallow DLC campaign that also adds 3 new Celtic factions. It is not bad, it just does not add much interesting either.
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One word defines this DLC and that is SPAM! Spamming cheap levy armies that barely take any DAMAGE at all assaulting a level 4 garrison is insulting to the ancient romans. Surely 3 legionaries could wipe a 10 levy spearmen in close quarters but noooo somehow peasants turn into King Leonidas' 300 and slaughter my feeble garrison without taking much damage!!!
Do not buy this DLC , it's mainly Vercingetorix and his spamalot armies taking entire provinces without a scratch and you tearing out your hair at this DLC
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Brilliant DLC for what is now a fantastic game. The more focused nature of this campaign is refreshing after the Grand Campaign. You will always be outnumbered as Rome and, when playing on higher difficulties, provides a much needed challenge. Also, there is more attention to detail, for example when you encounter a new faction the game provides you with a description of this new faction through Caesar's own words, taken from his Commentaries. I would recommend this DLC to anyone who wants a new challenge after completing the Grand Campaign. This is Total War at its finest.
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