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Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner

A new Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner is online, showing the scope of Creative Assembly's strategy sequel in a format that can actually help you formulate game strategies in advance of the game's release. Here's the explanation: "Today Creative Assembly updated the Total War website with an Interactive Campaign Map for ROME II! Not only will you be able to get a sense of the vast scale of the new Campaign Map and get a feel for the various factions, wonders and diplomatic relations at the start of the game, but youíre also able to plan out your burgeoning empireís opening moves. Share your vision via Facebook, or recreate a distinct moment from history; itís an exciting hint at the epic conquest coming your way on the 3rd September."

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8. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 13, 2013, 11:54 Optional Nickname!
 
Muscular Beaver wrote on Jul 13, 2013, 05:18:
Nope.
Steam exclusive.
'nuff said.


b'nuff said.

False. You clearly underestimate the long-term damage to the PC gaming market through monopolization, ultimately loss of choice, by the currently promoted DRM scheme, Steam.

You also neglect to mention that the perceived and actual inconvenience of local DRM schemes such as TAGES and SecuRom are magnified and Steam DRM, including local administrative level services is minimized.

Steam has polluted the PC gaming market so thoroughly that you have to very carefully read all the fine print from every game, on every vendor's website to see if "REQUIRES STEAM" is printed on the box in nearly microscopic print.

tl:dr When Rome II is actually for sale, I'll buy it.

 
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7. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 13, 2013, 09:12 dj LiTh
 
:)  
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6. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 13, 2013, 07:33 SpectralMeat
 
In case you guys have missed it, this was posted 2 days ago.
14 minutes Battle of the Nile gameplay with commentary:
http://youtu.be/Kg42DC4EpMY

I can not wait for this game!
 
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5. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 13, 2013, 05:27 shinchan0s
 
Cutter wrote on Jul 12, 2013, 23:07:
Cool beans. These guys are doing everything right with this game aren't they?

Eeeeeehhhhhh. I wouldn't say everything (I mean, those unit cards are hideous), but it should definitely satisfy any casual Total War fan.

I just wish they would release more gameplay vids. The Teutoburg and Nile demos were pretty lame.
 
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4. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 13, 2013, 05:18 Muscular Beaver
 
Nope.
Steam exclusive.
'nuff said.
 
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3. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 13, 2013, 00:20 D4rkKnight
 
The campaign is much more interesting now and I'm sure they've made some interesting changes since Shogun2.  
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2. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 12, 2013, 23:19 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Cutter wrote on Jul 12, 2013, 23:07:
Cool beans. These guys are doing everything right with this game aren't they?
Damn right man. Though, they have to live up to the original and they seem...seem to be exceeding that.
 
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1. Re: Total War: ROME II Campaign Map Planner Jul 12, 2013, 23:07 Cutter
 
Cool beans. These guys are doing everything right with this game aren't they?
 
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