PC - Windows : Europa Universalis : Rome Details
Enjoy plenty of empire building, conquest and warfare in Europa Universalis: Rome. Nearly infinite customization and thousands of player options let you control countries, characters, cultures and provinces. Only the wisest rulers will excel in this setting. Know when to team up with your neighbors and when to overtake them. Sometimes it's better to focus on technology and trade than to expend your efforts on expansion. Political intrigue and tactical strategy play a large part in this chapter of the series. Decide which situations require diplomacy and when military might is in order. Let the saga begin at any date between 280 and 27 B.C. in the ancient past. From there, choose from 10 different cultures with more than 53 playable factions. The incredibly detailed 3D map spans hundreds of provinces. Greece, Carthage, Egypt, Germany, Rome and other domains are all up for grabs. See if you can unite them all in the name of the Roman Empire. You'll also see your characters develop new traits as they interact with others. Up to 32 players can compete against each other or team up in Co-op mode. However you choose to play, Europa Universalis: Rome provides a unique experience every time.
||April 15, 2008
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Watch characters develop new traits as political intrigue unfolds Battle with or against up to 32 players at a time Windows Vista / XP
- Fully 3D map with integrated graphics and detailed topography, start at any date between 280 B.C. and 27 B.C.
- Choose between 10 different cultures, including the Roman, Celtic, Greek and Egyptian civilzations
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