This game will only activate in the following regions: US, Canada, and Mexico.
A real-time strategy game featuring 2 Massive Single Player Campaigns:
The Roman Campaign Seeing the power and influence of Carthage, Roman legions were sent to Africa with orders to attack the rival city of Carthage itself. Only a victory there would determine which of the two powers would remain.
The Carthaginian Campaign For generations the city of Carthage was seen as the most powerful in the known world and its empire – far greater than anyone could imagine. That would soon change with the Roman invasion. Though the Carthaginian empire would rise once more. Led by its greatest general – Hannibal – who would bring Rome to its knees.
Multiplayer mode is functional, but not supported
Integration of character development and major battles.
Large maps complete with neutral settlements and camps that present a threat to all players.
Player controlled heroes that command armies of up to 50 units on their own, providing them with an additional bonus in battle.
Settlements have their own resources they can spend locally or transport elsewhere.
Rituals performed in places of ancient worship that effect the entire world.
Military units have the ability to capture resource caravans, outposts and even entire cities and settlements.
Ships and shipyards providing for sea battles or transport of armies and resources from one shore to another.
Upgrades that increase the might of your armies and the power of your settlements.
A vast array of items that bring specific bonuses to the unit carrying them.
A number of special abilities that give different advantages to the various units.
This is a great game to kill time that is not only balanced but also fun! First, you can play the campaigns or play scenarios. The campaigns have interesting logistical restrictions sometimes. For instance, you may only have a certain number of soldiers and have no way to create new units until you capture the objective. The scenarios themselves do not have any plot to them unlike the campaigns though there are about twenty custom maps that can make for interesting strategic situations. One issue I had with the game is that it depends too heavily on resources. However, as long as you have the population to conscript soldiers, the gold to pay for them, and the food to support them, there is no real limit on the size of your forces. On the other hand, limitations on any of those three things severely hampers you. This means that it can be a long and drawn-out process of conquering the finals enemy city or cities! The music in the game is very catchy, it really helped me pass the time when the game was drawn out. The best part about Nemesis of the Roman Empire is the map editor, allowing you to create complex and interesting maps! I?ve enjoyed playing the maps other people have made more often than the ones the developers made! Nemesis of the Roman Empire has been a very fun RTS experience and I recommend it to anyone interested in Roman history!
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