Summary: Gladius is one of the best turn-based strategy games I've played even to this date, and despite being a little dated I would still recommend it to any strategy game fan. There are tons and tons of character classes to choose from when building your massive party of gladiators, a lot of easy to use gameplay mechanics, as well as an interesting storyline to follow. Too bad there will likely never be a sequel.
Summary: Gladius is just plain old good. There are a wide variety of characters you can unlock and use in game. You can play 2 different story lines that are just pull you in. It was a well thought out game and you can even upgrade your characters. You rule a school (group) of gladiators and fight in games like in the old days. You can choose from wolves, barbarians, archers, well you get it. The game play is very easy to adjust to and will take a maximum of 5 minutes to learn.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it was a take on the hack n slash genre but when putting it into my console, was pleasantly surprised to find out it was actually a turn based RPG. Plot: You start off at your family run gladiator school learning the trade to then work your way up to travelling the country to win fights. Like with most strategy RPGS, you have different classes you can send out to fight and every class has a weakness and a strength.
Pros: Different to the usual gladiator games, easy to learn but hard to master
Cons: Other then the mentioned plot, there wasn't enough depth to it
Summary: Nous voici confronté à une nouvelle page blanche. Encore une. Mais cette fois-ci, je vais vous parler de gladuis sur xbox où vous vous prendrez pour un gladiateur qui devra reconstituer une académie. Tout commence quand votre père et vous même vous faites attaquer. Votre père est tuer et donc son académie dissoute. Mais vous ne vous laissez pas faire et voulez reconstituer l'académie de votre père.