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Veröffentlichung: 22. Sep. 2004

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"Forget R2 and just buy and mod this to your own desire. One of the classics of the series and extremely fun tactics based as well as strategy."

Über dieses Spiel

Ruhen Sie sich noch nicht aus sobald Sie das Römische Imperium unter Ihrer Kontrolle gebracht haben - die Barbaren kommen! Mit den zwei preisgekrönten Titeln der geschätzten Total War Serie haben Sie nun zweimal soviele Hindernisse zu überwinden und zweimal soviele Chancen das grösste, jemals auf Erden errichtete Imperium der Geschichte zu erobern und zu kontrollieren.
Die Gold Edition beinhaltet:
Rome: Total War Führen Sie eine von dreien noblen römischen Familien durch ein jahrhunderte überspannendes Abenteuer, um die Kontrolle über das römische Reich zu erlangen.
Rome: Total War - Barbarian Invasion
(offizielles Expansionspacket zu Rome: Total War) Werden Sie Zeuge vom Niedergang Roms als barbarische Horden attackieren und einen bitteren Bruderkampf zwischen rivalisierenden römischen Fraktionen auslösen.
  • In 2004 von IGN, Gamespy und GameSpot zum besten Strategiespiel gekürt.
  • Kämpfen Sie mit oder gegen die grösten Führer der Geschichte wie z.B. Julius Cäsar, Spartakus und Hannibal, um das Römische Reich auszudehnen oder zu zerstören.
  • Belagern Sie die Römer als Attila der Hunnenkönig, als furchterregende Sachsen oder abtrünnige Fraktionen mit einzigartigen Waffen und Fähigkeiten.
  • Kommandieren Sie kriegserfahrene Legionen in epischen Schlachten mit tausenden Soldaten.
  • Eine jahrhunderte überspannende Kampagne fordert Ihr Strategiegeschick und Ihre Mangementfähigkeiten im Umgang mit Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft, Religion und Millitär heraus.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Mindestanforderungen: Microsoft® Windows® 98SE/ME/2000/XP, Pentium III 1.0GHz or Athlon 1.0GHz Prozessor oder höher, 256MB RAM, 2.9GB freier unkomprimierter Festplattenspeicher(plus 500MB für das Windows Swapfile), 100% DirectX® 9.0c kompatible 16-bit Soundkarte und neueste Treiber, 100% Windows® 98SE/ME/2000/XP kompatible Maus, Tastatur und neueste Treiber, DirectX® 9.0b, 64MB hardware beschleunigte Grafikkarte mit Shader 1 Unterstützung und neuesten Treibern. Muss 100% DirectX® 9.0b kompatibel sein, 1024 x 768 Bildschirmauflösung, Multiplayer über Internet (TCP / IP) unterstützt; Multiplayer über Internet setzt eine Breitband-Internetverbindung und neueste Treiber voraus; LAN Spiele setzen eine Netzwerkkarte voraus
    ACHTUNG: Einige Karten unterstützen eventuell die von Rome: Total War verwendeten 3D Beschleunigunsfunktionen nicht. Bitte vergewissern Sie sich bei Ihrem Hersteller ob Ihre Grafikkarte zu 100% DirectX® 9.0b kompatibel ist.
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PRO:
-jede Menge Spieltiefe
-abwechslungsreiche Runden Strategie auf der Europaweiten Kampagnenkarte
-Cool Inszenierte Aktion im Schlachtenmodus
-Stammbaum der Familie
-Wetter, Gelände & Moral taktisch wichtig
-stimmungsvolle Musik, tolle Sounds
-fast alle antiken Völker spielbar, nachdem man mit einer römischen Fraktion gewonnen hat
-authentisches Kriegsgerät & Einheiten
-viele historische Details
-ein Fest für alle Geschichts Fans mit Vorliebe für die Antike

CONTRA:
-nur reine Schlachten im Multiplayer
-Seeschlachten nicht spielbar, erst ab Empire Total War

Rome Total War war mein erstes Strategiespiel, und als Geschichts Interessierter hat es mich nachhaltig beeinflusst :)
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Nach wie vor ist Rome: Total War der Maßstab schlechthin für rundenbasierte Strategiespiele.

Zwar ist die KI - wie bei allen Spielen der Total War Serie - unerträglich dumm, das Spiel schafft es aber dennoch immer wieder, mich mit seinem Gameplay zu begeistern. Es stammt aus einer Zeit, bevor CA grausame Fehler und Fehlentscheidungen in die Entwicklung seiner Spiele hat einfließen lassen. (...Total War: Rome II...)

Ich empfehle zusätzlich allen Fans des Spiels den Download des populären "Darthmod", da dieser die KI, die Kampagne und das Spielerlebnis allgemein deutlich verbessert.

Carpe diem!
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Das Spiel ist eine echte Herausforderung und vor allem am Ende jeder Kampagne sehr schwierig. Es sind bei jeder Nation eine Vielzahl sehr unterschiedlicher EInheiten vorhanden. Grafisch bietet das Spiel nichts, da das Erscheinungsdatum auch schon viele Jahre zurück liegt. Nur für Strategen zu empfehlen!
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Just wanted to write a review so you could see my hours played. Game is too fun
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Killed 9,000 peasants with 60 legionaries 10/10
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Well.....reviewing this game is hard. For it's time, it was without a doubt one of, if not the greatest, strategy games of all time. However, comparing it to newer Total Wars,(except for ROME II, that is something else entirely) it lacks in several things, notably historical accuracy, diplomacy, and managing your government. For one, in historical accuracy, there are multiple nations(like Gaul, Spain, Greece, etc.) that are unified nations even though in real life they were a divided people, with seperate clans, city states, etc. but for some reason CA mashed a lot of city states and tribes together to form unified nations, which is complete bogus. Also, in historical accuracy, Egypt is not Hellenistic at ALL. They still have traditional Egyptian Paganism as their religion, and their units are traditional Egypitan ones, even though Egypt was now practically a Middle Eastern copy of Greece thanks to Alexander the Great. In diplomacy, there are very few options(some examples are trade rights, allaince, map info, etc.) and, therefore, made diplomacy lose it's immersion. Finnaly, there is governemnt. For Roman factions, the Republic government is fairly adequately displayed, but in general, there really is no "government system" like in Empire Total War, although there is a family tree where you can set the faction heir, adding a bit of spice to government. If we put those those things aside, you will find a true classic of a strategy game-and I'm pretty sure most people here would agree with me. In a time where graphics made people look like horrible mutants, AI was as smart as your neighborhood stray dog, and strategy games lacked a lot of actual strategy, this game was revolutionary. The graphics, although considered inferior to today's games, probably looked like real life to a lot of players back in 2004....me included. The jump from the previous Total War, Medieval, to Rome's graphics was absoultely stunning. The AI (which, to be honest, is not very much smarter than the neighborhood stray) was practically as smart as Albert Einstein for players back then. Diplomacy, while lacking in true immersion, added a whole new level of strategy to games, as this system was pretty much only used in previous Total Wars, and even then it was really basic. And government, while being very basic, also adds to the strategy of the game, as you scramble to find a sutiable heir for your glorious (or, more often than not, not-so-glorious) empire. Speaking of empires, there are 20 factions, with about half of them playable, half not playable. Technically, there is a 21st faction, the Rebels. The rebels not only represent actual rebels, which I am perfectley ok with, but they also represent "minor factions" that CA left out of the game, which is kinda sloppy to me. However, all-in-all, the campaign is amazing. Now..on to battles. It is not possible to manage a nation without going to war, and this game certainly does not oppose that fact. You will end up in countless battles, usually with random weaklings who think they are gangstas and are better than you, but you will often find yourself matched against a worthy foe. If it is a land, battle, you can do one of three things-Fight the battle out on a battle map, have the computer auto resolve the battle, or retreat. For naval battles, you only have the auto resolve option. For the battle map, you and everyone involved-whheter or not they are on your side-will command various units that can be trained in cities if you have the proper buildings. You command these soldiers to victory-or defeat-against the enemy. I personally belive CA did a great job on the battle mehcnaic of the game

If you like Total War games, strategy games in general, video games in general, or if you like life, then buy this game. Even if you don't like life, still buy it. This is a true classic of a strategy game, and you would be a fool to pass on it.

Overall, 9/10.
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The best in the series, period. If you're going to get a game, get this one. It's worth way more than $10.
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Absolutely amazing game.. If you can get it to work.. For no apparent reason the game won't work on some computers even if the specs are met (I checked) 10/10 game, 1/10 job on Steam's part. Seriously guys, I've looked everywhere on the Steam forums for help and plenty of people have this problem but the steam "support" team doesn't seem to care.
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Despite that the game is already 10 years old, Rome: Total War is, in my opinion, one of the best games in the Total War franchise. It doesn't have the best graphics, but hey, it's a game released in 2004, who cares about the graphics?

The gameplay... ah, f**k it, try it yourself. Just trust me, it's worth a go!
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Years of preparing, extensive training, all the lands blacksmiths put to work crafting metals for the valiant warriors on the field all worked up to this day.....this battle of monarchs to decide who has control over rome, and soon the world. As the soldiers are given speeches of modivation, you hear battle cries and the clanging of swords and shields together "We will win or die! We fight for supremacy, freedom and for the good of Rome and its people! Now bring your talents and skills to work and we will overtake the great city of Rome!". The siege towers and battering rams make their way to the stone walls, whilst being under heavy projectile suppression and the mighty legionarres follow closely behind. Many lives are lost on the way to the behemoth they call Rome, but finally the soldiers noble efforts are rewarded! The massive towers hit the walls and the soldiers begin their valiant climb to honour.

The legionarres are now at the top of the tower as silence stikes the crowd, mentally preparing the soldiers for a struggle to capture the walls. The commander cuts the rope binding the bridge to the tower......*THUMP*......the bridge is down. "For Rome!" shouts the commander as his men file onto the walls and directly into the fray. The Soldiers could already hear the battles happening on the other quadrants of the walls.....shouts of pain and bloodlust, sword striking sword, and the occasional wail of men falling off of the walls. The Commander finnaly jumps into the battle and downs two opposing legionarres, "The battle is going perfectly" he thought "Rome is ours!". The commader strikes down yet another legionarre, but suddenly he feels a certain unexplainable.......nothing....... he tries to ignore it, but its spreading. He looks down at his legs and sees blood dripping from the inside fo his chestplate, "Oh no, not this, not now, anything but this" he wailed in his head as he dropped to his knees........he had been slain. His soldiers were distraught over the loss of their beloved commander but kept fighting, to avenge his death. As the last opposing soldier fell to roman steel, the soldiers loosed a shout of triumph, heard througout the city to let it be known that the walls had been captured. Soon similar shouts emitted from the other sides of the walls. Victory! but it wasnt over yet.

Hundreds of soldiers piled into the keep and started climbing down to the streets where the true clash of honour and virtue. Soon enough the soldiers were on the streets and marching twoards the emperors palace when suddenly thunder struck the surface......the veteran warriors of rome knew that sound all too well.......a cavalry charge! "Brace yourselves!" shouted the General as horses and spears collided with sword and shield and made a bitter crumpling sound as the rookie soldiers were crushed before they could turn their shields to the stampede of mounted warriors. The clashing of metal upon metal followed, due to their superior numbers the infantry cut down the cavalry quickly. the incoming infantry of rome watched as the remaining legionarres and cohorts filed in to the emperors palace to defend all they had left. By the time the soldiers reached the palace the doors were barred. The soldiers smashed up against the massive doors repeatedly and eventally they burst open!

"Charge!!" Deafening roars from the charging legionarres fill the sky as they clash together violently. The sounds of battle ring in many soldiers ears, swords clanging, shields meeting swords, swords meeting armor. the front line of legionary cohorts thins as the attackers press onwards to capture the throne room. A bloody hellacious battle follows as the cohorts are wiped out and the attacking legions are met with the bulk of the enemy troops. Plentiful ammounts of casualties are sustained as both sides weaken from exhaustion. The final soldiers fight for everything they know, for everything they want, and for everything they need. The last soldier falls, and the emporer is left to the wrath of the mighty general. "This city is ours now. you fought well and you are a worthy adversary.....just not worthy enough to retain Rome" Were the final words spoken as the quivering Emperor is struck down with one mighty blow. The city of Rome was overtaken.

11/10

"I came, I saw, I conquered" ~Julius Caesar
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ROME TOTAL WAR IS THE BEST RTS OUT.
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1000 flaming pigs vs 500 war elephants
see elephants
tell pigs to charge
pigs all burn to death before getting within 200 meters of elephants
i'm still the best general in rome
10/10
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One of the best games on the PC

9/10
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My Phalanx brings all the Romans to the yard, they're like it's bigger than yours, damn right from the mainland to the shores!

10/10
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Easy to learn. Easy to become an addict. Hard to master.
Probably the best strategy game of all time.
Buy it. Play it. Love it.

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By buying this game, you have no need to buy Atilla or Rome 2, because not only is this game better than Rome 2 in many ways, but it also comes with the Barbarian Invasion expansion, which is cheaper and is better than Atilla.
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ludus hoc est mirabile.
decem ex decem.
Gallum volo vincere iterum.
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Rome: Total War is the most highly acclaimed game in the Total War series. Upon it's launch, it was apparent that the Total War series had something different to offer to fans of Turn Based Grand Strategy games. In time, it would become known as one of, if not, the best Total War games ever made. You might ask yourself why out of all the newer Total War games is Rome the best? Well, there's several simple reasons.

Pros:
- Simple design, as it is one of the first TW games
- Large, sprawling cities to battle in, but not too detailed so as to distract the player.
- The single best Soundtrack you will find in any TW game.
- Large map, but not on a ludacris scale such as Rome II.
- Great choice of factions
- Campaign and battle map look beautiful
- This game can be played smoothly at its highest settings on any modern computer
- Massive replay value

Cons:
- Outdated -
Rome II has been out for quite some time, however it is hard to tell which is better. Rome is a nice and simple, beautifully done game. It is what CA was praised for in the Total War series. Rome II is way more technical with a great deal more to learn.

Honestly, there aren't many cons about this game. Just as I have, almost all major and indie critics have given this game a 9/10, 95%, 4.5/5, etc. This was also given "14th Greatest Game of All Time" apparently and I do think it deserves it.

10/10

Note: Rome: Total War was released around the same time as Steam. I did not have steam until about 2008, therefore the hours shown here do no reflect all hours I've played.

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Still one of the best game in a total war series.
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If you are new to the Total War series, this is perfect for you. Did you ever want to become a general of an entire army? Yes? Then go and buy this game. Have you ever wanted to say veni, vidi, vici in an apropriate situation? Well then, go and buy this game! Play as your ancestors and see what they have probably seen in this part of time.
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