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- 20+ sides - gamers play against up to 20 unique opponents, each depicting the nations of the Roman Empire era.
- Detailed economy - players control their cities, allocate workers, increase production by constructing new buildings, build fortresses for protection and train new regiments.
- Historical accuracy - all maps, scenarios, uniforms and weapons are accurately modeled to capture the flavor of the ancient world and its warfare.
- Diplomacy - with so many nations, careful use of diplomacy will be required to succeed.
- 3D battlefields - the battlefield is made up of rendered terrain and will affect the combat model.
- Huge battles - based on historical data, the combat model gives the most realistic look and feel as hundreds of men are displayed in epic battles.
- Battle system - improved strategic and tactical elements.
- Improved - diplomatic, economic, and management elements.
- 3 levels of difficulty - provide a challenge for all gamers.
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