GameInformer- Total War: Rome II Preview

GI:In the year 9 A.D., the Romans were convinced they had the province of Germania under control. Many of the tribal chieftains had been defeated, and the commanding Roman, Publius Quinctilius Varus, had only three legions left at his disposal. Little to his knowledge, the son of a chieftain who had been taken hostage and given a proper Roman education had quietly been forming a confederacy of willing tribesman to meet their Roman conquerors head on. Thus is the setup for the Battle of the Teutoberg Forest, one of the historical battles appearing in Total War: Rome II.

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