Summary: The worst part of this game is terrible controls. You may have several units in your army but you can only select one at a time to control. Even when you have scrolled through all your units to find the one you want, all you can do is either guide it slowly to where it is needed (but in a real time game you can't afford to waste the time) or point it in the direction you want it to go and hope it enegages the enemy unit you want it to.
Excerpt: "...Great Battles of Rome for the PSP from Game Station second hand for £10 that is a real time based strategy game which at the the time I didn't think was a bad purchase however since I've had a chance to play it a few times I don't think its that good. Game Play **************** There are a number of campaigns available. As you go through the game completing each campaign you gain gold which allows you to buy new units as well upgrading them ...
Summary: I got this game today in a BOGOF deal with my friend, we both got the same game for a laugh. It looked okay, as we're both into Mediveal Total War. Nuh uh. It is alright, at the beginning your watching intensely, and then after a few 'skirmishes' your basically presing X and then square and then go and watch Tv or something for about 10 minutes. It is quite intresting with how accurate the history is, but the actual game is a bit disapointing.
NO POINT IN THE GAME waste of time and money, IF YOU WANT TO LEARN ABOUT ANCIENT ROME GO AND BUY A BOOK
J Tanning, amazon.co.uk
22 June 2008
Summary: The gameplay was boring and you don't really control anything, the graphics are poor, it is hardly gameplay and the little you learn from the clips and other you could get from a good fictional film or book