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Getting Drunk with Rome II | Daily Joypad

Daily Joypad writes: Creative Assembly’s historical RTS is nearly upon us, and they kindly invited us to see how things were shaping up. There was an exclusive look at the final Prologue battle, on top of the Battle Of The Nile campaign mission that was showcased at Rezzed earlier this year. There were Roman cocktails made from Kraken spiced rum and I got rather jolly quite quickly. But before I got to a state of absolute inebriation, I got a chance to have a chat to some of the developers there. (PC, Total War: Rome II)

Pumbli  +   714d ago
I can barely wait. Got myself a Geforce 690 card, a pretty good i7 core and upgraded to 16gb RAM to play this game looking at least decent.
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memots  +   713d ago
Awesome !

Yeah this game is Cpu intensive mostly. My nephew is counting the nights for this to come out. I think he has watch all the video that exist showing gameplay.

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