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Submitted by Entertainment_Fuse 399d ago | review

Entertainment Fuse: Total War: Rome II (PC) Review: For the Tarnished Glory of Rome

After thirteen years of continued development over eight titles, The Creative Assembly has proven to be a development studio in a class of few. However, the highly anticipated sequel to the beloved 2004 release Rome: Total War, Total War: Rome II has proven that even the mighty can falter.

Despite adding new aspects to the core mechanic which brought about a more dynamic warfare and political experience while presenting a gorgeous topographical rendition of the Mediterranean world from Antiquity; Rome II has fallen short of besting the previous Total War release. (PC, Total War: Rome II) 7.0/10

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