Imperator: Rome Crack & Serial Key

Imperator: Rome Imperator: Rome is the newest grand strategy title from Paradox Development Studio. Set in the tumultuous centuries from Alexander’s Successor Empires in the East to the foundation of the Roman Empire.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
Downloads 59
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, General
Players Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Paradox Interactive / Paradox Development Studio
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Imperator: Rome reviews ( 6 )

1muflon1, Apr 26, 2019

I think its a nice paradox entry in the antiquity period. People complain that it has not as many features as CK2 and EU4 forgetting those games had years of updates and more than dozens of expansions. I am really looking forward to seeing how this title will grow as paradox expands it

Skulb, May3, 2019

All the laughably negative reviews are not a review of this game, which is great, but of PDX DLC policies. Keep that in mind if you make the mistake of reading any of the brainless red posts here, or even worse: on Steam. A horde of zombie fanatics is afoot, and it is best to hide in the basement until it passes. As for Imperator, it is the best PDX grand strategy game since CKII was released. A particular highlight is the combat, which is super engaging. Of course, you have to actually play the game first, which the Red Tards here have not done, regardless of what they claim. Surprisingly, the AI is borderline great. In my last game I am playing as the Etruscans, which is not easy with Rome to the south. But I caught them bogged down in a war against the Bithynians and invaded three times in 30 years to try and finish them off. After the second war I had conquered Latium, and I therefore assumed that the AI Rome was now done. The third attack I decided to do spread out from coast to coast, because how could he have rebuilt anything in just ten years. Obviously my 75 000 hillbillies would sweep aside any resistance! And up he shows with a 45 000 man army, and allied with the Syracusans who brought 35 000. And since I was spread out I got completely massacred. Clawing back to win this war took nearly 40 years of game time, and at the end one of Rome's vassals spent tons of gold on mercs behind me. And then there was a civil war, and before I could end it the Gauls invaded. And now I have a Gaul rebellion brewing, but needed a break. Lack of content, my ***! Spoiled, deranged people with lack of brains more like it.

Newheart, May2, 2019

Not ready, feels like the shell of a good game that needs lots more content. Too much RPG type elements and character decisions for my taste. Generic unit types. Has potential. Will be good in time, but not yet.

IrishFella, May 21, 2019

Trying to combine parts of your other games that are kept separate for a reason is stupid. Doing it this badly is criminal. Treating your fans like children makes you a c*nt

0_Hattori_0, May7, 2019

Give it three years and $200-ish worth of dlc later, and it may be worth calling a full game. But in its current state, its a hollow handjob. The loyal community of modders to fix this train wreck will be the only reason ill go through cancer.

Ghost1069, Apr 19, 2020

Terrible game. I tried it with all the updates and DLCs and it is STILL, after more than a YEAR after launch and SEVERAL DLCs (the cost for everything is like 100€), pure **** I did not get ANY enjoyment from this game. And I have been played since EU II and HoI II; Victoria 2, EU IV and CK 2 are really good games (Stellaris is pretty good too), but this one... it just takes the worse from each one: - boring micromanagement from Victoria (with little to no reward for it other than it is necessary); - the arbitrary limits and variables ("political influence", "tyranny", etc.) that limit you for no reason (and prohibit you from emulating many things that historically happened); - the abstracted, rather shallow representation of pops; - diplomacy is bare bones, - battles and tactics, although interesting in paper, end up being just... boring. And I liked managing the hierarchy in HoI III, so I am not adverse to micromanagement, it´s just that this games throws a lot, seems complex and immersive... and ends up being shallow and boring paper-work. I just cannot believe there are people who would pay around a hundred bucks to play... this thing. I honestly think that many (most) of the reviews above 5 are either bots or paid reviewers. tl;dr: NOT RECOMMENDED