CivCity: Rome, un juego innovador de construcción de ciudades inspirado en el mundo de Sid Meiers Civilization y creado por Firefly Studios en colaboración con Firaxis Games, invita a que los jugadores se olviden de construir un imperio de varias ciudades para que se centren en las grandes urbes del Imperio Romano, ¡culminando en la mismí
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 24 jul. 2006
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CivCity: Rome, un juego innovador de construcción de ciudades inspirado en el mundo de Sid Meiers Civilization y creado por Firefly Studios en colaboración con Firaxis Games, invita a que los jugadores se olviden de construir un imperio de varias ciudades para que se centren en las grandes urbes del Imperio Romano, ¡culminando en la mismísima Roma! A través de docenas de misiones, cada una con gran variedad de interesantes decisiones, los jugadores van a ser los encargados de la construcción, el desarrollo y la gestión de una de estas grandes ciudades mientras se esfuerzan en llevar al Imperio Romano de sus humildes comienzos a su poderoso apogeo. Las características con las que los jugadores han disfrutado en la saga de Civilization, tales como la investigación, la felicidad de la ciudad, la producción y cultura, ahora pueden ser controladas activamente en el maravilloso e inmersivo mundo de CivCity: Rome.
  • Mira dentro de los edificios - ¡Por primera vez en un constructor de ciudades podrás ver el interior de las Villas, de los foros y hasta de los baños romanos! Descubre con mucho más detalle cómo los romanos vivían su vida diaria.
  • Haz prosperar a tu ciudad - Más de 70 tecnologías pueden ser desarrolladas con el tiempo para dar a tu urbe una ventaja estratégica. Usa el rico árbol de investigación para mejorar muchos aspectos de tu ciudad y su relación con el resto del imperio.
  • Sigue la vida de una familia romana - ¿Se desarrollarán y prosperarán de una humilde choza a un noble palacio mientras transcurren las generaciones? Bueno, ¡eso es decisión tuya!
  • Fácil de jugar - El juego te permite crear tu propia comunidad escogiendo y colocando una gran variedad de edificios, ayudándote a centrarte exclusivamente en el emplazamiento de los mismos con el apoyo de claras pistas visuales.
  • Romanos Reales - Se relacionarán contigo una serie de interesantes personajes.

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo: Windows 2000/XP (Windows 7 no está soportado), procesador a 1.6 GHz, 512 MB de RAM, 2.5 GB de espacio no comprimido, gráfica con 64 MB de VRAM y con Hardware T&L (NVIDIA GeForce 3 / ATI Radeon 8500 o superior), dispositivo de sonido compatible con DirectX 7, DirectX versión 9.0c
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A 14 de 15 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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20.5 h registradas
Publicado el 11 de junio
I got this game because it reminded me of Pharaoh and Master of Olympus:Zeus, which I spent plenty of hours on when I was younger. I wasn't disappointed, I enjoyed building my cities which could grow quite quickly once you have managed to start making good money. I found some difficulty when I first realised that when the houses evolved they needed to be rehomed and I had to do a lot of remapping of my city to fit in my estates. My own fault for not checking the tutorial before each campaign mission.
It's all about balance. Big cities can be hard to manage if you haven't got the means to meet everyones needs. Also vagrants don't stop coming, by trying to house all your workers more vagrants come to the citie even if you don't have the jobs for them. This doesn't stop you from being able to play the game, it is only a slight annoyance in that you can't really create a perfect city.
It also has a military side to it for those who would like it, adding another level in the game. Trying to keep yourself well defended whilst also keeping your city happy and growing adds the next difficulty to the game.
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A 15 de 18 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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4.3 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de junio
How the hell did I not get into these games sooner?
Pros:
-Relaxing
-Downscaled and lower key
-Easy to get into, easy to put down for a break
-People work for me for once in my ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ life

Cons:
-It stopped working after two hours of play. Not even steams advice has helped me.

Buy for the very little bit of enjoyment you get and pray it dont crash like mine did.

10/10 would install again, play for five minutes, have it crash, then install again and repeat.

(But actually this game is really fun you should buy it.)
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A 36 de 40 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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18.3 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de febrero de 2014
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A strategic level-based city building simulator in the vein of the Caesar/Pharoah series of old. It's easy to understand but operates slightly differently from how most others do (where road access between buildings is necessary for benefits), instead opting for a direct "distance" approach in order for benefits to convey. Because of this, some strategies may seem non-intuitive at first to folks who are experienced in the genre.

It's competent, and fun - not the best example of the genre, but a good way to spend some time if you're into this type of game.
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A 28 de 31 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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4.5 h registradas
Publicado el 30 de noviembre de 2013
City Building and Civilization come together in this city-state based game. Build your settlement from just a few huts into a detailed and thriving center of trade, conquest and research. The game reminds me alot of the ANNO series where you have settlers that come into your city, you have to fill certain needs, and they level up. A player can choose from a free-build city, to doing the campaign, and even beyond to playing your own custom maps that YOU as a player can create.

A few things I have noticed that are not accurate, is that aquaduct technology allowed for one main trunk to branch into smaller segments, in this game that does not occur so you do not get the representation of the True aquaduct system. However the gameplay was not affected by this.

One thing that I do NOT like about it is that I found the maps to be small. I mean really small. I constantly had a high unemployment. Apparently settlers just come in even if there is no spare work slots. And the workers dont leave if you bulldoze work places if you move them. Documented sources via gametap.com/formus have stated that "when happiness is positibe, immigrants arrive reguardless of housing and cause unemployment and housing chrises" With this said its kinda broken in a sence if you have 100% happiness you will always have a high unemployment.

Another thing is that widescreen support is not automatically built into the game on download. (As also documented in steam forums) HOWEVER there are fixes and solutions for this that can be found on google.

Now then for the positives. It is a simple game. The menus are easy to navigate, and the gameplay is easy and quick to comprehend. For example Wheat farm -> Wheat -> Mill -> Flour -> Bakery -> Bread. Another thing is that it IS addictive. looking at my clock I played 3-4 hours on one map straight through. Please remember to set yourself a timer when you play this game I will not be responsible if you spend 3 whole days on the game and forget to eat or sleep. Yes it is that addicting.

Other thoughts : I wish widescreen resolution was included with the game. I wish there was alot more realism, for example you cant build on mountains.. Yet the alps are in the north, and the apennine run through the center. I am quite sure the Romans found a way around that.

Overall : Would recommend. Due to price. Recommend x 1.5 .. H/N Kinsha review rates this AS.... 4.25 cookes OUT of 5 cookies.

I am Natalia Kinsha and I approve this message ^.^
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A 16 de 17 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
13.1 h registradas
Publicado el 12 de junio de 2014
Great classic city building game!

Experience dozens of missions, buildings and other geat stuff in the Roman era!

If you have Windows 7 or higher, it can be a little tricky to start it up sometimes.

8/10
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