Summary: My 10 year old son son is dictating this review to me so here goes: "The graphics were a little sucky" ; "I love the game because I got to create my own battles" and "The campaign was a little hard even on easy setting"
I'm just a self-player and I've kept it on EASY. I will never learn or even discover all ...
Count dTen, Amazon
14 February 2015
Summary: Seductive. Drew me up the learning curve's early mountains. Not everything for everyone. I'm just a self-player and I've kept it on EASY. I will never learn or even discover all its nuances. Spend too much time on it as it is.
Summary: This game is pretty much flawless, anyone looking to buy this game I would highly recommend buying it because with the exception of the documerntation manual this game performs extremely well, I think the manual issue is that the manufacturers assume that most customers are already familiar with the rome total war program and how it works or the use of you tube tutorials, and most are, so they just included some brief tutorials in the game along with an encyclopedia, it...
Summary: Better than Caesar in Gaul but still not worthwhile. This campaign provides a small scenario that simulates the Punic Wars. You have the two major powers of Rome and Carthage that are the focus of the campaign and a few other minor factions that you can play as as well. It isn't as linear (other than Rome and Carthage being locked in a never ending war) as CiG was and that's good. However Better than Caesar in Gaul but still not worthwhile.
Summary: A very small campaign for too high a price. It's basically more Rome II but just with the factions in and around Gaul. They added seasons which is nice. However, I didn't find it to be a very fun campaign. Because of the factions they start you at war with, you don't really have a choice in how to go about your campaign and it felt like i was forced down a linear path. Once I got so far A very small campaign for too high a price.