Summary: It's a great game the first time around but I bought this game because I wanted to do nostalgia stuff. I got bored pretty quick but I can assume I used the strategy from my first play through. I'm not all that great with reviewing.
Summary: Grand Ages Rome has beautiful graphics, a fitting soundtrack, and a good campaign, but there are some pretty big problems too. The biggest thing that this game lacks is re-playability; when you first play it you can't get enough of it, but after you beat the campaign two or three times things just...
Summary: Such a shame. When I saw the trailers the game looked awesome. And almost everything in the trailers came true. But, it was different then expected. It was a mass grind. You couldn't do anything except grinding. The universe was dead, there was almost no way to trade.
Worth a try if you like consistent play throughout the whole game.
1 March 2012
Summary: Fun at first, takes a while to learn, but not much replay ability. Good theme, but lacks depth. You rebuild just about the same things over and over, with different objectives. I still prefer the old Caesar III game than this slightly graphic improved strategy build game.
Summary: The game is easy to understand but requires a lot of video calculating power to run. If your PC is a bit above the box requirements, forget it, it will be too slow and become tiresome. Otherwise the concept is fine and it is a good strategy game. Pity it is not on Xbox 360, would run better.
Summary: Graphics are really good very impressive however found the progress slow. The missions are linear rather than vertical so feels you are not really getting anywhere. The logic to keep the city inhabitants happy can be tough at times to meet and then gets frustrating when fires breakout.