Summary: Overall, "Caesar IV" isn't a bad game and I've probably thrown more than a hundred hours at it over the years. The three-dimensional playing field is great, as is the music that plays in the background. The military portions of the game (if you opt to have them) can be frustrating, as the units don't always respond well to commands. I'd recommend this game to those who are patient and enjoy managing a whole bunch of different resource chains at once.
Summary: Caesar IV has many new looks, Very good 3D but it will cost you something to get it to run on your PC. NVidia GeForce 4 TI4200 128MB AGP 8X Graphics Card is what it will take, so keep that in mind, also 512 MB of RAM memory is on the low side, 1GB or better is best. Great game lots of fun.
Summary: I like the 3D graphics and the detail, as well as look of the fire, realistic night and day,and rain. It is not as easy to change, or edited a scenario like Caesar III. They do not give you more room to builded.Other than that good game. I gave it a 8.
Summary: Its a cool game as long as you have tons of memory and the latest video card or you will end up having to get a new video card and memory ..my laptop is uncapable of playinh it at all even with 1g memory.
Summary: Ever since I played Pharaoh and Cleopatra I have been addicted to city-building game and this game makes me smile. Despite some annoyances with rotation angles and the really small city maps (for the beginning missions)I enjoyed the new 3D look and if you have an awesome gaming computer, the shadows, lighting and passing day effects will look amazing. Overall, I was not extremely hooked, but it's a game you can definitely play in passing.
Summary: Great advancements from Caesar III, and graphically amazing. But it is a major memory hog. I had to install more memory and a better graphics card just to get the game to load. Worth it though, I love the ability to rotate the playing screen, and the zoom feature is awesome! Plus the graphics are more advanced than any other game I have seen - tons of detail and very visually pleasing.
Summary: I guess I've had it about a month. I read all the reviews before buying Caesar IV and was a bit worried about bugs and graphics requirements. I have a three year old Pentium 4 3.0 ghz processor with a half gig of RAM and a Geforce 7600 256 mb video card. The game runs fine on the factory default settings. I have not felt the need to look at or adjust them. The game great and plays perfectly. No crashes or video problems at all. I have not played online yet.