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Submitted by Weefz 630d ago | review

Total War: Rome II Single-Player Review | The Average Gamer

"The AI seems to place the survival of its armies ahead of control of its cities, which, with many of the factions, means their inevitable annihilation. This would make sense if the AI was then using what armies it had to occupy some other weaker territory but they just return in handfuls to beat themselves to death against your replenished force." (PC, Total War: Rome II) -

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