Imperium Romanum: Gold Edition
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"Imperium Romanum offers tons of replay value, with different modes and virtually unlimited ways to play each scenario." - CheatCC.com
The city builder strategy game Imperium Romanum is set in the time-honoured Roman Empire and players will marvel in the incredible attention to detail when working on a strategy to build a well organised, prosperous and commanding settlement. As governor of a Roman province, the fortune very much lies in the players own hands.
Imperium Romanum is packed with a variety of new features to enhance the gameplay such as a complete overhaul of the graphic engine, a mass of authentic historical buildings such as the world famous Circus Maximus or Gladiator schools.
The Emperor Expansion pack takes the player to voyage through ancient history, from cold Britannia via the wild forests of Germania to the fertile Nile Delta in Cleopatra's Egypt.
19 challenging, new scenarios at historic places such as Aquae Sulis (Bath), Hadrians Wall, Massilia or Treverorum will require all your comprehensive economic and strategic leadership abilities to succeed. Not only your competence, but also your exposure with religion and the Roman deities like Jupiter or Venus will play an important role to accomplish your mission as a Roman governor.
Will you be able to earn the mercy of the gods and rule the empire successfully?
- Contains Imperium Romanum full version plus the AddOn "Emperor Expansion"
- Improved battle system with siege machines
- Vivid game environments with change of day and night as well as weather changes
- New historically accurate settings, units and event
- New currency and improved trade mechanics -Crime, riots and natural disasters
- Many new units (i.e. Equites — Roman horsemen)
- Historically authentic buildings (Circus Maximus, Colosseum, Insulate etc.)
- Interactive mission-mode: Activate each task when you want
- Construction of bridges, fortifications, city walls, and aqueducts
- Stunning, epic soundtrack
- Photorealistic and lively 3D-environment
Features for Emperor Expansion:
- Enhanced graphics and new building designs
- 4 new, challenging campaigns: Conquest of Britannia, Wilds of Germania, Colonization of Africa and Caesar's Civil War.
- 19 new, comprehensive scenarios
- Bigger maps for Ceasar's Civil War campaign
- Many new task tablets and additional speech
- New game speed level and larger maps
- Religion and 5 deities influence the gameplay
- Includes all prior released value packs and patches
Endless FunSpartanJun69 | July 12, 2014 | See all SpartanJun69's reviews »
This game has everything the Romans had in this time. It shows how they first started off, to massive wonders like the Colosseum. I played this game for a few days, until i had an error with my game and i could no longer play, but overall i would recommend this game to others who enjoy endless fun and strategy games
Like Strategy games? get this!drafek | June 19, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »
This game is a nice strategy game. The gameplay is done well. The graphics are really good in my opinion. The campaigns (there are four long campaigns: ) is really long, you could play more then 100 hours of it. This also does include the Emperor Expansion which is done really well. Many units like roman horsemen and many more. The price is worth it I recomment getting this
Rome wasn't built in a dayJessePinkman | June 17, 2013 | See all JessePinkman's reviews »
Imperium Romanum: Gold Edition is not the best game about Rome. Also it is not the best strategy game but it is a really good game. You will feel like Caesar with the best graphics possible until now in a Rome game. Four long campaings will give you thousands of hours of fun play if you like to build a Empire. But, on the other hand, the game could be frustrating to rookie people with building games. There are too much information on screen, and sometimes, the camera doesn't work properly. Anyway, Imperium Romanum: Gold Edition is better than his predecesor, Glory of the Roman Empire. If you enjoyed with Caesar III and Caesar IV, and you like strategy games, it's worth it.