Summary: Although I haven't received the software yet, I'm looking forward to playing Civ City Rome, which Gamespot gave a 7.2 rating! If it's anything like Sim City 4: Rush Hour, I'm sure I'll get many many hours of play out of it!!!
Summary: I think this game is easy to learn and to play. After about 30 minutes, I was able to play with ease. I enjoy that the game is continuous and NOT "turn based" (which is wonderful for a one player game, in my opinion).
Summary: I like the aspect that you can focus on one city, but at the same I don't find it quite the same quality that I find Sid Meier's Civilization games. It is enjoyable to play, just to expect it to live up to Civilization IV.
Summary: This Game rocks. i first played it over at my friends house and I was immediatly addicted to it. the game is great for building a city and the scenarios are cool. you can also build your own city w/o scenarios in free play. you can command armies and build a wonderfulo town by a river.
Summary: If you are a fan of city building games like Caesar III, Pharoah, Zeus or Rise of the Middle Kingdom then CivCity: Rome is most likely a great choice for you. The gameplay is easy and the possibilities are endless.
Summary: I agree with some of the reviews about the rush and need to keep up with the happiness tied to immigrant status. That being said - I spent endless hours researching and building and thoroughly enjoyed this game. Well worth the cost and enjoyable.
Enjoyable & Challenging City Builder Set In Ancient Rome...with a few bugs.
M. Chandler, Amazon
26 August 2006
Summary: Disclaimer: I am not employed by or associated in any way with the game's publisher or developer. I am just another consumer. I put that disclaimer because people have a tendency to point out all the positive game reviews here as "planted by the developers".
Summary: I love Rome. Its a great atmostphere, rich economy and powerful military.
But where is the military in this game?
There NEEDS to be a game set in Rome where the player can truly take control of
the military and economy side of things.