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    Total War: Rome (Remastered)



    They are updating the original Rome: Total War game from 2004, with new graphics.

    I always liked this song in the video too.

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    Looks like it is more than just a graphical update, there are some cool new features they are implementing into the game.

    I already pre-ordered my download, so I took advantage of 50% off on the game.

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    I really don't have much time to play this game nowadays. But here is the progress of my campaign playing as the Roman faction, Bruttii. I like to play as them, because their capital is in Puglia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post


    I really don't have much time to play this game nowadays. But here is the progress of my campaign playing as the Roman faction, Bruttii. I like to play as them, because their capital is in Puglia.

    Yo Jovialis, have you ever given EU4 a try?
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    ^^I haven't but it looks interesting. I'm big on map aesthetics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    ^^I haven't but it looks interesting. I'm big on map aesthetics.
    The learning curve is orders of magnitude steeper than most grand strategy games (aka map staring exercises), so it requires a lot of patience. But after 1-2k hours on it the last 6 years I would say I still learn something new each time I play it.

    The map can be made more aesthetically pleasing with mods, I think they might be even available on Steam, have to check.
    But the game is so well made (ofc it can be better), that it has been used to teach History as an exercise (much more time efficient to read 100 books if you ask me )(cant find the link to some Prof. using Paradox games/EU4 as a class assignment).

    Edit: Found it:

    https://www.technologyreview.com/201...ical-research/

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