Summary: The way the game rotates just completely ruins it, they tried to give it a 3-D style motion but failed miserable. Caesar III was one of my favorites...#IV isnt worth the plastic it is shipped in.
Summary: Though graphics are improved over Caesar III, this version left me flat ... I haven't enjoyed it at all. I bought it used, now I can see why he wanted to sell it. Don't waste your money on this. I unistalled it and reinstalled Caesar 3.
Summary: I have read all the other reviews of people having difficulty to run the game, but bought it anyway. I am such a Caesar 3 addict, that I had to have this, even if it is buggy. So I got it and started playing, and it looked great. Then it started crashing.
Summary: As a fan of Caesar III I was VERY disappointed with this game. The only noticeable improvement from Caesar III was a slight tweak to the graphics. Short of that, everything else is downhill. The central flaw of this new installment is that the designers overly complicated things.
It does run on Windows 7 but the game controls are really annoying.
J. Evans, Amazon
7 May 2007
Summary: I've read that some people have had problems running this game with Windows 7. I haven't had any problems at all. I have to say that I don't like C1V at all. The game controls are horrible. The rotate and zoom controls are difficult to control.
Summary: They just don't get it. Stupid game with slow interface (I have a very fast computer). Difficult to manage the complexity with the screens given. Also, the resources screen quantities do not add up and the labor screen plebs needed vs have do not add up once you get beyond about 2,500 plebs.