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Pacchetto Cultura Pirati e incursori

Diventa il flagello del mondo antico con il Pacchetto Cultura Pirati e incursori di Total War™: ROME II. Pirati e incursori introduce una nuova cultura giocabile composta da tre nuove fazioni dedite ai saccheggi e aggiunge nuovi edifici, tecnologie, religioni, tratti, unità navali e da battaglia a Total War: ROME II.

Ora è possibile saccheggiare la mappa della campagna giocando con gli Ardiei d'Illiria e le tribù traciche di Tylis e del Regno degli Odrisi. Queste fazioni balcaniche offrono un modo tutto nuovo di sperimentare la Grande Campagna di ROME II, grazie alle loro unità militari e navali specifiche e ai tratti e stili di gioco unici.


Nuove caratteristiche:

Nuovi tratti culturali balcanici – I rappresentanti di Tylis, degli Ardiei e del Regno degli Odrisi sono tutti abili saccheggiatori, in grado di sottrarre ricchezze da sotto il naso delle altre fazioni. Sono anche in grado di formare armate mercenarie in brevissimo tempo, prima di calare su bersagli militari.

Nuovi tratti di fazione – Ogni fazione balcanica ha la sua posizione di partenza sulla mappa della campagna e i propri tratti specifici, per offrire un'esperienza nella Grande Campagna unica. Sono formate tutte da abili banditi. Gli illiri degli Ardiei prediligono la pirateria, i traci del Regno degli Odrisi sono eccellenti arcieri mentre le genti di Tylis, eredi delle migrazioni celtiche in Asia Minore, dispongono di ottime truppe di fanteria da mischia.

Nuove religioni – Gli Ardiei e la popolazione del Regno degli Odrisi dispongono di catene di edifici religiosi proprie, che assegnano numerosi benefici ed effetti alla loro campagna.

Nuove tecnologie– Gli Ardiei e la popolazione del Regno degli Odrisi dispongono di tecnologie proprie, che permettono di sbloccare nuove unità chiave ed effetti che sostituiscono in parte gli alberi tecnologici base della cultura barbara.

Nuove unità – Le fazioni balcaniche condividono molti aspetti con i loro antenati celti. Per questo motivo impiegano soprattutto le unità base dei barbari, con le seguenti nuove unità disponibili per ogni fazione:

Ardiei:
• Marinai illirici: truppe di fanteria altamente addestrate, dotate di una corazza media e armate di lancia.
• Incursori illirici: truppe di fanteria veloci e furtive, armate d'ascia.
• Opliti illirici nobili: truppe di fanteria ben addestrate, dotate di una corazza molto resistente.
• Hemiolia d'assalto: imbarcazione veloce per l'arrembaggio, equipaggiata con Incursori illirici.
• Esere d'assalto: gigantesca imbarcazione d'assalto, equipaggiata con Incursori illirici.
• Tetrere d’assalto: grossa imbarcazione d'assalto, equipaggiata con Incursori illirici.

Regno degli Odrisi:
• Cavalieri traci: truppe di cavalleria medie veloci, armate di lancia.

Tylis:
• Guerrieri galli-traci: truppe di fanteria veloci, armate di spada, capaci di infliggere ingenti danni.
• Guerrieri tribali: spadaccini medi ben corazzati, eccellenti in difesa.
• Cavalieri d'assalto: nobili multiruolo, armati con spada e giavellotto.

Nuovi mercenari – I soldati delle nazioni assalitrici conoscono bene il valore del denaro e metteranno le loro temibili abilità al servizio del miglior offerente. Giocando con un'altra fazione, saranno disponibili i seguenti mercenari e ausiliari quando recluti dal territorio indicato:

Mercenari:
• Guerrieri traci mercenari: truppe di fanteria da mischia superiori, armate di spada (Tracia).
• Fanteria mercenaria con falce dacica: truppe di fanteria da mischia armate con la letale falce dacica (Dacia).
• Schermagliatori mercenari daci: eccellenti schermagliatori, armati di giavellotto (Dacia).
• Incursori mercenari illirici: truppe di fanteria veloci e furtive, armate d'ascia (Illiria).
• Hemiolia d'assalto: imbarcazione veloce per l'arrembaggio, equipaggiata con Incursori mercenari illirici (Illiria).

Ausiliari:
• Guerrieri traci ausiliari: truppe di fanteria da mischia superiori, armate di spada (Tracia).
• Fanteria con falce dacica ausiliaria: truppe di fanteria da mischia armate con la letale falce dacica (Dacia).
• Schermagliatori daci ausiliari: eccellenti schermagliatori, armati di giavellotto (Dacia).
• Incursori illirici ausiliari: truppe di fanteria veloci e furtive, armate d'ascia (Illiria).

Requisiti di sistema

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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Pubblicata: 29 aprile
Very hard factions, most likely the hardest factions in Rome. But they have a great unit composition, and is incredibly fun to play if you can master them, especially Tylis. Just wack the Macedonians and you're set!
The Legacy of Illyria
Pubblicata: 8 aprile
Some things arent historically quite right but but all in all i love it. I recommend it to everybody!
Yureina
Pubblicata: 2 marzo
Imma pirate DLC. Yarr.

If I was an actual pirate, i'd go raid SEGA and CA's offices right about now for making all this ♥♥♥♥ing faction DLC.
#DWB#Diamond Says
Pubblicata: 18 febbraio
Its just a sweet dlc, if you like pirates and raiders its a must have. Just enjoy it and make sweet love to it!
Ah Pook
Pubblicata: 25 gennaio
Rosters are shallow af, fam.
劉振雄
Pubblicata: 25 dicembre 2015
我都不知道我付了錢買什麼。。。
Avenger
Pubblicata: 17 dicembre 2015
holy mother of jesus wtf is this ♥♥♥♥
tim-s
Pubblicata: 30 ottobre 2015
Won't load - can't play - what a waste of money!!!!!!!!!!!!
LordHH |LMC|
Pubblicata: 7 settembre 2015
Just other overpriced DCL to take your money for as little work as possible, and thats if they even worked on this after the game was release and did not just cut it out of the game to sell later.
Cadecles
Pubblicata: 17 luglio 2015
Pros: its cool to play as thrace/odrysia and illyria because they aren't quite hellenic but certainly aren't barbarians. Tylis is basically the arverni with less units (but w/ missile cav and in more intresting position)
excellent raiding bonuses
thracian archers start off w/ 2chevrons
great if you like naval intensive play
tylis is cool if you like celts but want to fight balkans and greeks
requires very different military tactics
great challenge for expert (which i'm not)

Cons: Extremely limited unit selection. Odrysia is terribly underpowered. There is no faction in the game that can be conquered by a single unit class except odrysia. They have absolutely no spearmen. If you are macedon just get alot of sarissa and citizen cav and then steam-roll thrace. It doesnt start off w/ a provincial capital so they can't hide behind walls. Mercenary spearmen cost 50% more to upkeep for balkan factions, so your economy dies if you want to play defensively. odrysias best defensive unit statistically is noble cavalry, which requires a level 4 horse herd. In addition, all the hellenic factions hate you. You have the best archers in this dlc, but there just a step above basic and wouldn't make a difference if they didn't get an xp bonus. Ardeiai or Illyrians have hoplites, but not great ones, worst cav selection in the game, crappy swordsmen, mediocre skirmishers, no archers. Tylis has no war dogs( i can get over that). These factions are all categorized as balkan tribes, for location or culture. the game's balkan culture is very similar to the celts, germanics, and nomads. the odrysians and illyrians are balkan by culture (according to game). This is somewhat innacurate because thracians are very greek-like, illyrians have heavy hellenic influence as well, and Tylis is celtic and receives a public order penalty from the presence of balkan culture. so the only real balkan tribe is the getae and they are also the best equipt with units. plus they are free. Gameplay can be hard or practically impossible as adreiai or odrysia, tylis has a chance. its all about capturing pulpadeva or some other capitol if you prefer land based play. its alot liek playing as a non-playable, minor faction on the map. Dont expect an empire quickly and dont expect to keep it. not worth 8 bucks unless you are 100% shure you love incredibally frustrating play. beast of war was a more satistfying dlc. this dlc is coolest in its video, the actual product is somewhat dissapoining by comparison
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96 persone su 104 (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
Pubblicata: 16 gennaio 2015
Pirates & Raiders is poorly done. The blanket Balkan culture is as poorly thought out as the blanket Eastern culture.

Tylis has a nice enough hybrid roster, but both the Odrysians and Ardiaei got left behind. The Odrysians have no proper spear units, nothing that indicates their Hellenizing during this era. Thracians used the falx as alongside the rhomphaia, so they ought to have the Falxmen, too. Likewise, if Tylis is going to have Gallo-Thracian Infantry, then why would the Odrysians not have something similar? The Ardiaei should have a midtier sword unit, using the sica. The sica is a sword found throughout the Balkans, but the Romans remarked it as a weapon of the Illyrians specifically, so why do they make no use of it?

There is also nothing particularly “piratical” or raid-based about these factions. Like the Nomads, they play no differently from other factions. They get no bonuses to Ambush stance, but it would not matter as the varied stances are overall useless, a flaw of the base-game, where it is better to just attack something than to “raid” the area.

Despite the introduction of “Balkan”/Thracian culture, this pack failed to fix the Bithynian roster (they are a Hellenized group of Thracians, situated in Nicomedia), they are still based on an Eastern template for no reason. The free Getae released alongside this were more fleshed out than Odrysia or Ardiaei.
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86 persone su 102 (84%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
Pubblicata: 20 giugno 2015
Incredibly good game, i LOVE total war series, !BUT! the exploitation of the player through FORCING you to buy a vast amount of DLCs is just inacceptable. I will not buy the next Total War, if it will be like this again. 16 Euros for HALF the DLC, and all of the Cultures i bought should have been and already ARE in the game, but if i want to PLAY them myself, i have to pay!
I am very upset and i want the players to stand up against this exploitation, that is killing the fun we have with the game by charging us while playing.
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61 persone su 74 (82%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
Pubblicata: 26 novembre 2014
One of the most interesting choices of factions to play as, while staying in Southern Europe and don't want to play as a Greek faction.
The only bad thing is that unit rosters could be better and the fact that, at least the Odryssian Kingdom, was very similar to the Greek kingdoms. So why wooden villages? Archaeological evidence shows us otherwise. :P
Aside from that, I'd recommend it.
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43 persone su 55 (78%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
Pubblicata: 2 marzo
Imma pirate DLC. Yarr.

If I was an actual pirate, i'd go raid SEGA and CA's offices right about now for making all this ♥♥♥♥ing faction DLC.
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
25 persone su 30 (83%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1 persona ha trovato questa recensione divertente
Consigliato
Pubblicata: 17 luglio 2015
Pros: its cool to play as thrace/odrysia and illyria because they aren't quite hellenic but certainly aren't barbarians. Tylis is basically the arverni with less units (but w/ missile cav and in more intresting position)
excellent raiding bonuses
thracian archers start off w/ 2chevrons
great if you like naval intensive play
tylis is cool if you like celts but want to fight balkans and greeks
requires very different military tactics
great challenge for expert (which i'm not)

Cons: Extremely limited unit selection. Odrysia is terribly underpowered. There is no faction in the game that can be conquered by a single unit class except odrysia. They have absolutely no spearmen. If you are macedon just get alot of sarissa and citizen cav and then steam-roll thrace. It doesnt start off w/ a provincial capital so they can't hide behind walls. Mercenary spearmen cost 50% more to upkeep for balkan factions, so your economy dies if you want to play defensively. odrysias best defensive unit statistically is noble cavalry, which requires a level 4 horse herd. In addition, all the hellenic factions hate you. You have the best archers in this dlc, but there just a step above basic and wouldn't make a difference if they didn't get an xp bonus. Ardeiai or Illyrians have hoplites, but not great ones, worst cav selection in the game, crappy swordsmen, mediocre skirmishers, no archers. Tylis has no war dogs( i can get over that). These factions are all categorized as balkan tribes, for location or culture. the game's balkan culture is very similar to the celts, germanics, and nomads. the odrysians and illyrians are balkan by culture (according to game). This is somewhat innacurate because thracians are very greek-like, illyrians have heavy hellenic influence as well, and Tylis is celtic and receives a public order penalty from the presence of balkan culture. so the only real balkan tribe is the getae and they are also the best equipt with units. plus they are free. Gameplay can be hard or practically impossible as adreiai or odrysia, tylis has a chance. its all about capturing pulpadeva or some other capitol if you prefer land based play. its alot liek playing as a non-playable, minor faction on the map. Dont expect an empire quickly and dont expect to keep it. not worth 8 bucks unless you are 100% shure you love incredibally frustrating play. beast of war was a more satistfying dlc. this dlc is coolest in its video, the actual product is somewhat dissapoining by comparison
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No Divertente
40 persone su 57 (70%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2 persone hanno trovato questa recensione divertente
Sconsigliato
Pubblicata: 7 settembre 2015
Just other overpriced DCL to take your money for as little work as possible, and thats if they even worked on this after the game was release and did not just cut it out of the game to sell later.
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18 persone su 24 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
Pubblicata: 5 maggio 2015
Do not get it, a completel lack of units for the Illyrian Ardiaei which I was very disappointed with. Tylis has a decent roster and Odrysia is medicore at best. Just not worth getting unless on sale, not much effort were put into the factions. There so was so much potential for all three of them, but it seems like no effort was put into the base game not DLC!
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39 persone su 66 (59%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
Pubblicata: 15 febbraio 2015
Shame on Creative assembly for all the overpriced and abusive downloadable items.

Total war fans, show your discontent for Creative Assembly's practices !

Note : This is a general criticism of Rome II's marketing scheme, and not DLC specific.
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37 persone su 63 (59%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
Pubblicata: 9 ottobre 2014
When Rome 2 first came out earlier this year it was a mess of half completed features and content. Even then it was still an incredibly fun stategy game. Now, months later the technical problems have mostly been addressed and a host of new content added. I now highly recommend this game.
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13 persone su 19 (68%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
Pubblicata: 15 febbraio 2015
Pros:
Its the time of the Falx.
New area of the map to start in, interesting cultural mixes

Cons:
Limited unit choice. Especially as the Odrysian Kingdom.
Limited advancement available, feels very samey and repetitive in campaign and battle.

Overall:
Worth having if you play as another faction, as the new mercs and auxilia are good to play with. But not worth it for just playing as one of the factions in this DLC.
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