Summary: As an old war gamer I am really enjoying playing this game. The strategic thinking required to defeat the able AI keeps me engaged for hours of fun. AGEOD's attention to authentic detail from the unit names, to the portraits, to the beautiful map creates a truly immersive experience. One of the key features I love in AGEOD's games are the detailed leader attributes. Use your leaders for th e right missions with the right troops and your chances of success increase.
Summary: Again? We've seen this played out already in Rise of Prussia and Revolution Under Siege, bringing this buggy engine to the ancients is a disgrace to Roman tradition. If you like playing and AI that cheats to win and in unrealistic engagements, then this game is for you. I wish I had saved my money for the upcoming Rome 2 Total War rather than spend it on this simplistic and overly-generic game about Rome.
Summary: Alea Jackta Est (The Die is Cast) is the best Roman PC game by far. Rome:Total War is kid's stuff by comparison. It's a very deep and rich strategy experience, up there with the greats like the Civilization series. The game as it exists now consists of six scenarios (including one DLC) covering Roman wars from Marius vs. Sulla (87BC) to the rise of Septimius Severus (193 AD).
Excerpt: Los juegos de estrategia siempre me suelen gustar mucho, pero como pasa con todo en esta vida, te puedes encontrar con muy buenos, regulares y otros que simplemente son malísimos. Todavía doy gracias de que este juego cayó en mis manos por un amigo, que no fué niguna compra, porque sino hubiera tirado por completo mi dinero. Me parece un juego con poca chicha, aburrido y demasiado lento en jugabilidad.