Excerpt: I have braved the dragon-guarded ramparts of the Boletarian Palace, delved deep into the labyrinthine Stonefang Tunnels, and crept through the dark, foreboding dungeons of the Tower of Latria.
Excerpt: Demon's Souls is easily one of the most addictive and engaging games I've ever played. Something about this title drew me in and just would not let me leave it alone. It is a very brutal game that leaves little to no room for carelessness, but since players will never see a Game Over screen it is...
Excerpt: Maybe city-building games just aren’t for me any more. I used to love real-time strategy games, but then they all started looking and playing alike, and I eventually drifted off to other genres.
Conclusion: Overall though it's difficult to fault the blending of elements on offer here. Graphical detail is excellent on high-level systems, whilst the engine is flexible enough to scale down to more modest rigs with ease.
Excerpt: Civis Romanus sum. As the title suggests, you will be in charge of managing a city of the Roman empire during different times of the imperium. Your goal is to take a modest small settlement into a bustling metropolis by means of satisfying your citizen needs, having ‘friendly negotiations’ with...
Pros: Good visuals and sound, lots of scenarios, good gameplay
Cons: Combat mechanics are lacking, additional structure types would have been welcomed
Summary: Take the future of an empire into your hands in Haemimont's Imperium Romanum, a historical strategy that puts the player in the role of a governor of a province, where he or she must strive to build a well organized, prosperous and commanding settlement.
Summary: A game that's bundled with the Emperor expansion, Imperium Romanum Gold offers more of the same from Imperium Romanum. That's the problem with it, very little has changed and whilst the graphics have been improved - graphics don't make a great game
Excerpt: Rome was not built in a day, but in Imperium Romanum you can pretend it was! This very entertaining RTS gives you the chance to manage one of the many cities that prospered under the Roman Empire, or even Rome itself, with the added advantage that nobody even tries to assassinate you.