Total War: Rome II Emperor Edition

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Included as part of the Caesar Edition is: Total War: ROME II – The award-winning PC strategy game. At its heart lies the Grand Campaign, an epic campaign map that stretches from the tip of Scotland to the sands of North Africa; from the coast of Portugal to the Middle East. Beginning in the year 272BC, players pick a famous faction of the ancient world and guide it towards domination. ROME II also supports co-op campaign multiplayer and head-to-head multiplayer battles. It also includes t...
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Total War: Rome II Emperor Edition

Emperor Edition - Europe

  • Total War Rome 2 Emperor Edition
  • Total War Rome 2 - Baktria Faction DLC
  • Total War Rome 2 - Seleucid Empire Faction Pack DLC
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$67
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Total War: Rome II Enemy At the Gates Edition

Enemy At the Gates Edition - Europe

  • Total War: ROME II
  • The Hannibal at the Gates Campaign Expansion Pack
  • The Empire Divided Campaign Expansion Pack
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Total War: Rome II Spartan Edition

Spartan Edition

  • Total War Rome 2 Emperor Edition
  • Total War Rome 2 - Baktria Faction DLC
  • Total War Rome 2 - Daugthers of Mars DLC
  • Total War Rome 2 - Greek States Culture Pack DLC
  • Total War Rome 2 - Seleucid Empire Faction Pack DLC
  • Total War Rome 2 - Wrath of Sparta DLC
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Total War: Rome II Caesar Edition

Caesar Edition - Europe

  • Total War: ROME II
  • The Caesar in Gaul Campaign Expansion Pack
  • The Imperator Augustus Campaign Expansion Pack
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Caesar Edition includes

- Total War: ROME II
- The Caesar in Gaul Campaign Expansion Pack
- The Imperator Augustus Campaign Expansion Pack
Included as part of the Caesar Edition is:

Total War: ROME II – The award-winning PC strategy game. At its heart lies the Grand Campaign, an epic campaign map that stretches from the tip of Scotland to the sands of North Africa; from the coast of Portugal to the Middle East. Beginning in the year 272BC, players pick a famous faction of the ancient world and guide it towards domination. ROME II also supports co-op campaign multiplayer and head-to-head multiplayer battles.
It also includes the following campaign expansion packs:

The Caesar in Gaul Campaign Expansion Pack – A war of great profit and glory for Caesar, this conflict made him extremely popular with the people of Rome… though less so with the senators, who saw him gathering power to himself in a series of events that ultimately led to his dictatorship. Now is your chance to retell that story or stop him in his tracks.
The Imperator Augustus Campaign Expansion Pack – Set in 42BC during the chaotic aftermath of Julius Caesar’s betrayal and grisly murder, the Imperator Augustus Campaign Pack puts players at the outbreak of one of the bloodiest civil wars ever fought. The republic remains whole but its soul is divided as Gaius Octavian, Marc Antony, and Lepidus – the members of the Second Triumvirate – hold the future of Rome in the palms of their hands.
Both are massive campaign expansions which rival the original ROME II Grand Campaign in both scope and scale.

Additionally, the Caesar Edition includes the latest updates to the ROME II base game and DLCs from the get-go:

The Power & Politics Update – Completely overhauls ROME II’s politics system and adds a variety of new political actions for your campaign. Your party can gain influence and political support by completing missions and winning victories on the battlefield. The re-worked system enables the player to have a direct impact on campaign gameplay through their political actions.
The Ancestral Update – Introducing the fan-favourite Family Tree, the Ancestral Update offers new ways to interact with – and manipulate – the characters in your faction. This update also updates ROME II’s visuals in many areas and contains a huge number of tweaks and improvements to the core game.

Configurations

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  • OS *: XP/ Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • Processor:2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor / 2.6 GHz Intel Single Core processor
  • Memory:2GB RAM
  • Graphics:512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card (shader model 3, vertex texture fetch support).
  • DirectX:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:35 GB HD space
  • Additional:Screen Resolution - 1024x768

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Still too buggy, unit have difficult to follow a path that make any sense, get stuck here and there (a pain during the assaults) the IA is stupid as f*** and the sea battles are just a race to ram the other boats
  • Rome settings
  • All the CA bugs in one place
Another good buy from instantgaming best deal out there compared to other sellers. Rome 2 has been fun to play so far in multiplayer and in the campaign very fast delivery although my purchase was declined several times before it was able to go through (idk why)
A really good game that after all those years is still one of its kind. Despite the semi old graphics the gameplay and the campaign are still awesome. The battlefield strtegies make the game feel real
I just bought Shogun 2 fall of samurai. I use to play the first one, total war shogun 2. I love all things japanese. Their culture, samurai's and obviously history as well. I must say that I am yet to start on my game because I haven't played since 2012. Too much LoL. didn't know this one came out and so here it goes. I dont think rome or britannia medieval napolean atilla can compare. I've looked at game play and even if the actual fighting looks better, the actual campaign of playing through the history of Japan has no comparison. So can you please rate them for me mister snake. I just bought this from this site cuz i was gona buy from steam but saw 25 quid then here 5 quid..fine ill try and well lets hope it all works ok.
  • Sick game
  • All other wars and historical campaigns suck
I didn't buy Rome 2 at release, because I saw it wasn't even playable, but I have to say CA did a fantastic job with patches, and since Emperor Edition the game is really enjoyable. I have played every Total War since Empire, and it is better than all three of them. The grand campaign is sick because the map, despite a few flaws is awesome, and the units are both well made and balanced, especially with mods like Radious installed. The game is way more complex as well, building cities is actually a quite realistic and fun thing to do, and combat has improved a lot, especially combat AI. The AI is actually clever now, aside from a few bugs here and there, but that and all the combat related issues come from the Warscape engine, that dates back to Empire. The same goes for the lags in large battles like sieges or bridge. All in all a very good total war game!
Awesome game and very fun. the game has a lot of good points such as attention to details. the custom war option is nice. The game is long and the story is great. The price is good even though the game is kind of old now.
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Sincerely I was disappointed by Rome 2 at the beginning, it had low resolution and no polish whatsoever, but now, with Emperor Edition, the game is actually good. When the game was launched, I had like 30 fps on ultra, being unplayable for me, but now I have like 50-60 fps with fifteen thousand soldiers on the map, with the same settings. It's not perfect, but it's how Rome 2 should have been when it was launched.

The generals and the skill tree are horrible, they gain traits way too fast, the speed of units in battle is too fast and the height of the troops are all the same. Also, the running speed is the same on light and heavy troops, there are too few playable factions without having to buy the downloadable content, which in my opinion is too expensive for what it has to offer.

I have played the game with eight players on lowest settings and I can't get more than 20 fps. The AI in the Emperor Edition is better than the one in the original game, but still too far from perfect. I should also add that the unit cards are horrible, the player has to be able to make the distinction between the units.
What I like at Rome 2 is the time period, the campaign map has a low resolution, but it's good. Also, if your micro is good enough, with the skirmishers you can easily defeat heavy armies.

To conclude with, it's a good game and enjoyable with a time period full of history
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After a ton of patching, this game is finally almost flawless. The campaign AI is way better than before, the battle AI is comming powerful from behind, just like a cavalry group charging into my exposed archers.

Graphics, excelent, no more meth adict soldier faces. It has also been optimisated a lot. At launch, my PC was struggling to run the game at low details, now it's ok at high details. So, even if you don't have a state of the art PC, you can still enjoy the game.

Gameplay-wise this game is so enjoyable. Rise your army, atack the enemy, erase them from the map, conquer the world. Total War ain't changing. Cool factions to play with, and even more if you pay some extra money for them (sad, but stll better than paying for a difficulty level). There are still some buggs here and there, but nothing serious.

Overall, this game is great, I strongly recommend it to all players, new or veteran TW fans. 9/10
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