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Rome: Total War Member Review for the PC

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General_Rakkit
11/13/05
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Strategy 
PLAYERS 1- 6 
PUBLISHER Activision 
DEVELOPER Creative Assembly 
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T Contains Violence

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To the Halls of Rome:
Rome Total War blew me away when i first played it. the detail, the story line. some RTS's i have played are linear. RTW is open ended. I once took an army from Scallabis (Portugal) to Jeruselem, on the other side of the map. city after city fell to me. this is the glory. I had to face massive elephant armies, armies of spearmen, fearsome arcani. And the online play is better then the actual. Making armies, trying to overwhelm your opponent with troops. the game is awe inspiring


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