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Average User Score: 8.4Oct 7, 2016Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar, is a turn-based strategy game set in...you guessed it! Ancient Rome.
The games graphic is made to represent,Tin Soldiers: Julius Caesar, is a turn-based strategy game set in...you guessed it! Ancient Rome.
The games graphic is made to represent, just as the title says, Tin Soldiers, like the ones you played with as a kid.
The game is pretty straight forward, you can jump in and still know enough whats going on to enjoy yourself.
But if you take some time and read the manual, you can actually win some battles. Yes, the AI is good and brutally merciless when you **** up, especially on the higher difficulty settings. The battles takes anything from 40 min to over an hour, depending on your skill and setting. There are 14 battles in the campaign, spanning Caesars conquest of Gaul and the following civil war. You can also play custom battles.
A solid game I can recommend.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.4Apr 5, 2016This is a fantastic horror-game. The feel, the enviroment, the alien, everything pulls you into that world that we first saw back in 1979.
IThis is a fantastic horror-game. The feel, the enviroment, the alien, everything pulls you into that world that we first saw back in 1979.
I just love that retro future universe, and to be honest, I haven't been able to finish it yet, becuse i'm **** my pants.
Yes, there are som quirks like stiff animations and the crafting system but overall a great game and experience!… Expand
Average User Score: 4.2Oct 17, 2013Yes I will give this game 0 out off 10. Why? This is not a totalwar game, this is a farse...
I have been playing this franchise seince theYes I will give this game 0 out off 10. Why? This is not a totalwar game, this is a farse...
I have been playing this franchise seince the beginning and loved it. Yes there have been some ruffspots like the AI and such but the games has allways been playeble and some with patches and the right mods have been fantastic (Rage of Dark Gods) and I'm still playing most Totalwar titels from time to time.
Whats different with RTW2 is the false advertising, the stripping of features, the dumbning-down and streamligning, the arcade elements, the hundreds of bugs. The game is still, after 4 patches, unplayeble becuse you get fail-fatige from all the problems this game has.
Patches is another thing I find disturbing. I have never seen a game getting this many patches so quikly after realese and NEVER a Totalwar game. CA states that: "The game had a troubled realese" Troubled? The game wasent finished!! It would need another six moths atleast.
My summery is that I will never again pre-order a Totalwar titel, and the risk is that I never buy another of their games if they continue down this path.… Expand