Rome - Total War

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What is Rome - Total War?

Rome: Total War, also recognized as Rome or RTW, is a strategy game for computers. It is the third installment of the Total War series. It is set on a period between the late Roman Republic rule and early Roman Empire. The player will control one of the three Roman families, the Scipii, Brutii and Julii. The goal is to conquer the 50 provinces to become the emperor by earning the people’s support before conquering Rome. The faction army occupying the city controls the province. The faction begins with a group of family members such as the faction leader, children, spouse and faction heir with grandchildren and spouses. Only male members are controllable. Agents can be assigned traits and ancillaries too, can may be traded with the same type of agent. The three types of agents are assassins, diplomats and spies.

The campaign starts with the 3 main factions. You unlock 8 additional factions upon finishing a campaign. Factions you can unlock include Egypt, Greek Cities, Carthage, Seleucid Empire, Germania, Gaul, Parthia and Britannia. Nonplayable factions include Thrace, Spain, Scythia, Armenia, Numidia, Pontus, Macedon, Dacia, the rebel faction and S.P.Q.R. You can play this game on Windows 98SE, 2000, Vista and XP. You need 1GHz CPU, 256MB RAM, 2.9GB hard disk space, 8x CD-ROM drive, DirectX9.0 64MB video card and DirectX 9.0b 16bit sound card.

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Last updated: : November 29, 2012