Imperator: Rome

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Imperator: Rome strategy wargame sequel to Europa Universalis: Rome. Set in 304BC, follows the course of the Roman Empire from its origins through a series of wars by Alexander the Great and his successors. About the Game The gameplay takes place across a vast swathe of land from the Iberian Peninsula to the Indian subcontinent and boasts a massive seven thousand cities to play in and through. All of the various nations are playable. You play as a nation, rather than as a character, but the...
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Imperator: Rome strategy wargame sequel to Europa Universalis: Rome. Set in 304BC, follows the course of the Roman Empire from its origins through a series of wars by Alexander the Great and his successors.

About the Game


The gameplay takes place across a vast swathe of land from the Iberian Peninsula to the Indian subcontinent and boasts a massive seven thousand cities to play in and through. All of the various nations are playable. You play as a nation, rather than as a character, but the dynamics of the game are so good that you can impose a personality onto your motley crew of a population.

These individuals that make up the nation are mostly controllable, but they can rebel unexpectedly – rather like teenage children – and follow their own path for a while, ignoring your best strictures and advice!

The game relies on playing politics, but a politics that is hot and exciting and full of drama: have the Senate pooh-poohed your plans for an almighty war? Bribe, blackmail and schmooze your way through the ‘noes’ until they see things your way. You can even gift one of them a tiger, by way of persuasion!

There are several customisation features including character management, diverse populations, new battle tactics, military traditions, barbarians and rebellions, trades, and provisional improvements.

As in Life: Death and Taxes


The city and nation systems need to be adhered to and it is a foolish man (or woman) who ignores religious views. Keeping laws, religion, politics and social expectations under control will ensure that your population grows happily: and a big population earns you plenty of manpower and research points so that your nation can grow and thrive.

Just as in real life, death and taxes abound: if you start running out of funds for your nation-building projects, you must raise taxes on your populace, and if you have too many wars or battles, you might find your population is reduced: this lowering your resources for expansion for a time. The game is all about gradual increases, and achieving a good balance for your peoples.

How to Grow Your Nation


  • Expand

  • Plenty of marching across the terrain, taking over other, smaller, nations and doing battle with them, if necessary are good ways to gain control of terrain and grow your nation into a massive empire

  • Maintain

  • Keep your citizens happy and thriving with a stable political base, moderate taxes and just enough of a birth rate increase to keep you supplied with workers and soldiers for the foreseeable

  • Sail Away

  • Get into ships and sail off into the deep blue yonder. Navies can explore nearby coasts and battle with pirates for their treasure and other assets. Keep your eyes peeled for expansion packs, rumoured to be out soon, with loads more sea-faring goodies included.

    There is plenty of room within the game’s impressively large open world for other updates and expansion packs to boost the offerings of some of the smaller nations, so keep on coming back to see what the latest improvements are, and find out how you can grow your world empire into a juggernaut of political perfection!

    Imperator: Rome is available for purchase on Instant Gaming for a fraction of its retail price. You will receive an official key and be able to play the game in seconds. Play smart. Pay less.

    Configurations

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    • OS: Windows 10 Home 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel iCore i3-550 or AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD 6970

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    It's a great game to build an empire as ancient civilization.
    You take care of your population, cities, nobility, families and laws, you fight with different kind of units, each different to others like to counter your enemy. You can choose between religions and gods, are you a tolerant integrater of conquered cultures or you want to assimilate them to your own culture? The choice is yours with all benefits or problems.
    • Different playstyles
    ٍA good game worth its price,unlimited funthere are some important problems that need to being processed but I highly recommend buying it,despite mistakes, but it's promising game we hope to develop more.
    • High graphics
    • Large map and countless cities and villages
    • A large number of faction
    • Real challenge
    • Unlimited fun
    • laggy and freeze a bit
    is a nice and very promising game. I think the dlcs that come in will be even better. Ιt definitely has some problems like a game but over time I see it being corrected, so it gets more interesting especially with the missions that go down for each nation
    • good
    Typical paradox formula. But the only difference from their other games that this is really boring and lacks content. Which they will add in the future in forms of DLC. So stay away from this one.
    Also Ironman mode randomly broke for me 2 times in a row with Macedon just half way trough and i couldn't earn achievements anymore...
    • Lot of nations to play as
    • Well detailed map
    • Lot of bugs
    • Lack of content
    • Very few nation what are actually interesting
    • Underwhelming diplomacy
    I love Paradox games... But as we can see with Imperator Rome, now it's DLC Games, the base game is too small, light, not really interesting.
    For the first time I must give a "bad review" on a paradox games, I dont care about DLC when they add new content, not when they must make the game because of the poor level of the base game.
    J'ai attendu depuis la ParadoxCon pour jouer à Imperator, l'annonce m'avait hype, et c'est vrai que l'idée de jouer les Bellovaques ou même les Mauryas est tentante.
    Malheureusement le jeu est baclé, problème de trad... résolu par un patch... qui fait buguer des events importants du jeu. Impossibilité de choisir ou ses esclaves vont être placés lors des guerres (vive la capitale en famine constante). Absence d'explication quant aux points de recherche...
    Je m'arrête là sinon j'y suis encore dans 4 heures. Mais l'idée de mon com est que ce jeu est une alpha, j'ai passé 60h dessus donc je maîtrise mon sujet relativement aisément, et il est tout à fait intolérable que ce jeu ait des DLC payants en l'état.
    • Beauté de la carte
    • 400 nations jouables
    • Events manquants
    • Bugs nombreux
    • Traités de paix illogiques
    • Mécaniques inutilisées

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