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Control and conquer the greatest empire ever known to man.
Utgivelsesdato: 22 Sep 2004
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Kjøp Rome: Total War™ Collection

Inkluderer 2 objekter: Rome: Total War™, Rome: Total War™ - Alexander

Kjøp Total War Master Collection

Inkluderer 8 objekter: Medieval II: Total War™, Rome: Total War™, Empire: Total War™, Napoleon: Total War™, Total War: SHOGUN 2, Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai, Viking: Battle for Asgard, Total War Battles: SHOGUN

Kjøp Total War Grand Master Collection

Inkluderer 28 objekter: Medieval II: Total War™, Rome: Total War™, Empire: Total War™, Empire: Total War™ - Special Forces Units & Bonus Content, Empire: Total War™ - Elite Units of the West, Empire: Total War™ - The Warpath Campaign, Napoleon: Total War™, Empire: Total War™ - Elite Units of America, Empire: Total War™ - Elite Units of the East, Napoleon: Total War™ - Coalition Battle Pack, Napoleon: Total War™ - The Peninsular Campaign, Total War: SHOGUN 2, Total War: SHOGUN 2 - The Ikko Ikki Clan Pack, Total War: SHOGUN 2 - Sengoku Jidai Unit Pack, Total War: SHOGUN 2 - Rise of the Samurai Campaign, Total War: SHOGUN 2 - The Hattori Clan Pack, Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai – The Saga Faction Pack, Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai – The Obama Faction Pack, Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai – The Tsu Faction Pack, Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai – The Sendai Faction Pack, Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai, Total War: SHOGUN 2 - Dragon War Battle Pack, Napoleon: Total War - Imperial Eagle Pack, Total War: SHOGUN 2: Saints and Heroes Unit Pack, Viking: Battle for Asgard, Napoleon: Total War - Heroes of the Napoleonic Wars, Total War Battles: SHOGUN, Total War: SHOGUN 2 – Otomo Clan Pack DLC

Om spillet

Når det romerske imperiet endelig er under din kommando, kan du ikke hvile på laurbærene riktig ennå – barbarene kommer! To prisbelønte spill i den anerkjente Total War-serien gir deg dobbelt så mange utfordringer og muligheter til å kontrollere og erobre det største imperiet i historien.
Gold Edition inneholder følgende:
Rome: Total War Led én av de tre adelige romerske familiene gjennom et helt århundre i et forsøk på å ta kontroll over det romerske imperiet.
Rome: Total War - Barbarian Invasion
(offisiell utvidelsespakke til Rome: Total War) Vær vitne til Romas fall etter at enorme barbarstyrker angriper, noe som fører til bitter intern strid mellom rivaliserende fraksjoner.
  • Kåret til det beste strategispillet i 2004 av IGN, GameSpy og GameSpot.
  • Kjemp med eller mot historiens største ledere, blant annet Julius Cesar, Spartacus og Hannibal for å utvide eller knuse det romerske imperiet.
  • Beleire romerne som hunerkongen Attila, de fryktede sakserne, eller andre blodtørstige folkeslag ved hjelp av datidens våpen og ferdigheter.
  • Kommander krigsutsatte legioner i filmatiske slag, der tusenvis av soldater kjemper på skjermen.
  • En kampanje som varer i et århundre, der spillerne blir satt på prøve når de skal styre de økonomiske, sivile, religiøse og militære delene av imperiet.


    Minimum: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP, Pentium III 1,0 GHz eller Athlon 1,0 GHz prosessor eller nyere, 256 MB RAM, 2,9 GB ukryptert ledig harddiskplass (pluss 500 MB for Windows-vekslefil), 100 % DirectX® 9.0c-kompatibelt 16-biters lydkort og de nyeste driverne, 100 % Windows® 2000/XP-kompatibel mus, tastatur og de nyeste driverne, DirectX® 9.0b, maskinvareakselerert skjermkort på 64 MB med støtte for Shader 1 og de nyeste driverne. Må være 100 % DirectX® 9.0b-kompatibel, oppløsning på 1024 x 768, støtte for spill på Internett (TCP/IP), spill på Internett krever bredbåndtilkobling og de nyeste driverne, spill på LAN krever nettverkskort (flerspiller)
    Viktig: Noen kort er kanskje ikke kompatible med 3D-akselerasjonsfunksjonen som brukes av Medieval II: Total War. Kontakt maskinvareprodusenten angående 100 % DirectX® 9.0b-kompatibilitet.
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Rome Total War is the most reliable of the total war games and is my favorite one to date. Let's face it, CA is no longer what it used to be. With all of the broken games they have delivered since Medival, its quite shocking that many people still believe in them. Lets see if they can prove me wrong huh? But until they come up with another good Total War game, stick with Rome. You will not be dissapointed. I have always enjoyed this game and will continue to do so, so have fun I know I will.
Publisert: 11 Januar 2014
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They say rome wasn't built in one day, but that certainly depends on how much you play this game, and with a game like this, you can easily get stuck in front of your computer for hours. I've heard some good and some bad things about the sequel to this game, Rome II, so i figured i might try and review this one instead.

I realize there's alot of RTS games kinda similar to this out there, but by some miracle i found my way through all those rip-offs and half bad ones, and found my way to this. Anyways, let's get to it

Now even though this game might not have the best graphics, it's a good quality game, the game runs very smooth on even the worst of computers, I experienced a surprisingly few number of glitches and flaws. Also this game variates a lot more than you’d think, the terrain and weather and basically all the nature, and even soldiers surrounding the battlefield has an effect on the battle itself, and it manages to create a somewhat realistic atmosphere.

You start of by choosing between a rich number of factions to play as, and each faction has their own abilities, starting points, diplomatic and offensive advantages, and of course they all are different difficulties. Now when you start you can also choose different campaign lengths and modes, but the ultimate goal, is to conquer the world. Even after you’ve reached your goal, and have gotten the “You Beat The Game!” message, there’s a lot to do.

Now the game doesn’t have many great tracks to get you humming along, infact it has a couple of tracks running in the background, and some music to set the mood for a fight, but that’s in the rough it, and that’s one of the things letting this game a bit down in my opinion.

To sum up, this game has a great costumization ability, and is good for a replay, or even two (to all the rome fanatics xD) not the best graphics or music but all in all, I give this an 7/10
Publisert: 12 April 2014
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The Total War series has an element of elegance to it. Treating the ways of historical battle as finely and closely as it does is rare, and only some years after its first installment (Shogun) did the videogame industry begin to shoot similar titles.

After the legendary Medieval, not many people believed that, apart from a change of setting to a different historical moment, not much different content would come up. Then Rome shouted: you're wrong.
This game brings pretty much every element of real-time strategy and tactics to the table: city development, troop development and upgrade (besides restoration of battered troops), a ranking system for experienced details that smell pleasantly of Total War spirit, and a turn-based diplomatic conflict and tension only rivaled by the Civilization series, in my opinion.

Rome does have its flaws, mainly related to in-battle bugs and primary AI, but its general brilliance is undeniable. Total War lovers meet RTS lovers in this game, as we witness the rise of Rome from the eyes of three powerful political strata of the Roman Empire (houses Brutii, Julii, and Scipii), besides several pagan tribes from central and eastern Europe - some of which you can control after the main campaign has been finished -, as well as northern Africa. A complete set of compelling diplomatic progress is also displayed in Rome (you can constantly set up family alliances, strengthening the power of military stations in cities you control through the maturing of new generals and governors), as well as completude of technological upgrades, and plurality of maps for different battle strategy tastes, from snowy forests of Northern Germany to Spanish plains to Eastern European rocky hills.

Rome: Total War puts you right into the heat of pre-medieval belli, the moments of Roman rise and fall, the pressure from the outside and from the inside. Intrigues, military management, civil complexities, and territorial tension.
Publisert: 24 Mai 2014
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Still one of the most amazing and in-depth games I've ever played.
Publisert: 14 Mars 2014
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