Total War: Rome II is a strategy game that is part of the Total War series. The story and the graphics are faithful to the video game’s version of Rome. If you like the first game, then you will definitely love this one. If you didn’t like the first one, then you should definitely play it. You can also get involved in the community and help others to learn tips or just have some laughs while doing so.
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There are two ways to play Total War: Rome II on the PC. You can use the “Survival” or “gression” modes if you’re more used to playing the real-time strategy games. In total war series, there’s always an objective that the player must accomplish, usually by capturing the most cities as possible, using a variety of strategies. The first three give you access to different cities, each with different technologies available for research. The fourth starting position allows you to start from the bottom and work your way up, but you lose access to all the cities in your start list.
So if you really want to make your game experience more fun and exciting, then I suggest that you start with the “adders” method. Total War: Rome II is a good game to start with because it does not need you to study a lot of historical background, nor does it need you to memorize a bunch of fluff history text.
Although the beginning of the game does not allow you to learn much about Rome, it will surely interest you as the game progresses. The most interesting aspect of the game though, is how each family members can participate in the total war. For example, in the “campaign” or single player version of the game you can choose to either be the leader of your family or one of your family members. This makes the actual experience of fighting in Rome very exciting because you get the chance to see the rise and fall of a city through the eyes of its citizens. There is even something that you can do when your family members are away.
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Overall, this game provides the same addictive qualities of the original Total War: Rome that made people love the first game so much. The real-time battles are very exciting because they are part of a video game. You do not need to worry about weather conditions, time, and other elements since they are all adjusted for video game. The graphics and audio are clear and crisp, even on the lowest settings.