Total War: Rome II

Global Total as of 12th Jul 2014 (units): 0.50m
Platform: Microsoft Windows
Developer: Unknown Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.08m 15.3%
+ Europe: 0.33m 67.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.09m 17.7%
= Global 0.50m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Total War: Rome II SegaEurope03rd September 2013Retail
Total War: Rome II SegaNorth America03rd September 2013Retail
Total War: Rome II SegaEurope03rd September 2013Steam
Total War: Rome II SegaNorth America03rd September 2013Steam
Total War: Rome II SegaEurope03rd September 2013Direct Download
Total War: Rome II SegaNorth America03rd September 2013Direct Download

Game Overview

Total War: Rome II is a turn-based strategy game developed by The Creative Assembly for Microsoft Windows. It is the latest entry in the Total War series and the direct successor to Rome: Total War. Unlike its predecessor, Rome II focuses on many of the cultures of the era rather than purely the Roman Republic and its politics.

Set in classical antiquity, Total War: Rome II's grand campaign begins in 272 BC and lasts for 300 years, though players can continue past this as there is no timed victory conditions in Rome II.

http://gamewise.co/games/46485/Total-War-Rome-II

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Comments

S.Peelman (on 26 February 2014)
It probably should have been released a
couple months later to get some more
polish, but it's definitely a good
game. I applaud Creative Assembly for
continuing to improve it an right now
it's technically at a flawless state. I
think in design it's a little more
confusing and it's UI a little less
refined than Rome 1, or Empire, but the
campaign map is unbelievable in scope
and detail. A worth successor to this
amazing franchise, but these sales here
on VGC are nonsense. The game definitely
sold more than that.
Panama (on 19 September 2013)
Very disappointed with the launch
issues. In 6 months time with constant
patching I see this easily being the
best TW entry. Then if you factor in
mods in the future it'll be incredible.
I strongly suggest waiting a few months
before purchasing though.
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