Hail Caesar! Strategy games may be fewer in number these days, but what few there are happen to pretty damn good. Take Total War: Rome II, which scratches several itches with various formations and tactics. The game has done pretty well, and it looks like Rome will be expanding soon.
People of Lazygamer! Lend me your ears! And this time, clean them first! I bring news of the latest release from the Germanic border, where Total War: Rome 2 has waged war on reviewers across a front that stretches from the new world all the way to a tiny village in France where an indomitable band of Gauls still resists the Pax Romana. Here are the latest results!
The Total War series is popular, but Rome goes above and beyond. In fact, the new Total War: Rome II is the most pre-ordered title in the franchise's history - people are jumping on it faster than a toga party!
SEGA has announced the release date for Total War: Rome II, aiming to set a new quality benchmark for strategy gaming. And perhaps capitalize on the Game of Thrones trend… you know, men with uniforms and fur.
Good news for fans of historical military strategy games; Creative Assembly’s announced a sequel to Total War: Rome. Publisher SEGA says it’ll use a shiny new graphics engine and will offer the "most expansive turn-based campaign and the largest, most cinematic real-time battles yet seen in any game".