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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 630d ago | review

Destructoid- Review: Total War: Rome II

DT:If you're up on your Roman history, you'll know that I'm referring to that ancient Roman formation in which soldiers tightly align their shields to protect themselves from every angle as they advance. Even without the immortalizing effect of Asterix comics, the testudo remains an enduring icon of Roman military power, but it also serves as an apt analogy for the state of Total War: Rome II. (PC, Total War: Rome II) 7.5/10

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