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Gold - Caesar IV

Sierra Entertainment announces that Caesar IV is gold, and Tilted Mills' historical urban planning game is due in stores on September 26:

LOS ANGELES, CA – September 19, 2006 – Sierra Entertainment today announced that "Caesar(TM) IV", the latest installment in the best-selling historical city-builder franchise has gone gold for the PC. Developed by Tilted Mill Entertainment, "Caesar IV" combines classic city-building gameplay with next-generation 3D graphics and includes an online component that enables players to compare their urban creations. "Caesar IV" is scheduled for release on Sept. 26 and is rated E10+.

"Caesar IV" carries an MSRP of US $39.99 for PC. For more information please visit

About "Caesar IV" Hail Caesar! The best-selling city builder series returns. "Caesar IV" takes the ancient city builder to the next generation with leading edge graphics and expanded control over the Roman Empire. Developed by the award-winning creators of "Caesar III" and "Pharaoh"(TM), "Caesar IV" is sure to please the masses. Starting as governor of a newly formed province in the Roman Empire, your goal is simple: advance up the empire’s political ladder to become the next Caesar. As governor, you will have total control over your province, including city planning, finances, and defenses. As you succeed you will be given new challenges in other provinces within the Roman Empire, ultimately ending in the heart of the empire: Rome. "Caesar IV" features:

* Build your Rome: More than 100 awe-inspiring structures are available to build in any imaginable combination
* Expanded Economic Control: With over 25 tradable goods, 10 industries, 4 markets and foreign trade routes, the economic possibilities are vast
* Leading Edge Graphics: High dynamic range lighting, specular & bump mapping, along with realistic weather effects and a complete day / night cycle bring Rome to life in never-before-seen detail
* Experience Life in Ancient Rome: Interact with more than 75 unique characters within your city
* Improved Combat Functionality: Take direct control over your legions - who gain experience through combat and training - as you ward off barbaric invasions
* Over 100 Hours of Gameplay: Career mode, standalone competitive scenarios, and sandbox mode offer variety and replayability

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2. Re: No subject Sep 19, 2006, 21:08 Monkeyhonker
I'm so looking forward to this. I don't have crap to play at the moment.

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