Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion Crack/Patch

Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion Rome: Total War - Barbarian Invasion commences just after the last Emperor of a unified Rome has died. His successors in Rome and Constantinople are now uneasy allies and rivals for power. The ‘barbarians' are massing along the borders, and in some cases are living inside what used to be Roman territory. Two hundred years have now passed since the main campaign in Rome: Total War. Players can now control vast armies and over 100 new units as they battle across an updated European map that now reflects the historical changes since Rome: Total War. Tear Rome apart by leading hordes of barbarians or stand and defend the Empire as a leader of one of the two former Romes, the Western and Eastern Empires. [Sega]

Download Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1759
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, General
Players 8 Online
Company / Developer
Sega / Creative Assembly

Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion reviews ( 6 )

JonasH., Apr 22, 2007

Great game, loads of fun. It's incredibly amusing playing as your nationality's roots and beat down The Romans. Or pwn them as Carthage with Amoured Elephants. Probably the best strategy game I've ever played.

caligula_king, Oct 3, 2015

La expansion de Rome total war siguió mostrando lo bueno que fue Rome Total War , las mejoras como las antorchas en los combates nocturnos fue bastante innovador (tambien el modo hordas y saqueo ) y lo poco negativo que tiene no tiene mucha variedad de unidades barbaras mas o menos todas son iguales . Mi opinión mi expansión favorita de la saga

StuartR., Sep 9, 2005

i have played the original and i have to admit that in rome total war the title speaks for itself just as i am sure the sequel will do also......Let war commence AGAIN!!!!!!

Alchemik, Apr 25, 2013

A very nice addition to Rome. New factions are pretty well balanced and enjoyable to play (especially East Rome and some barbarian factions, like Francs), new units are interesting and some minor gameplay elements were improved (for example mercenaries finally being more expensive than regular troops). The most disappointing thing probably are barbarian hordes themselves, which are pretty weak and suffers from poor A.I., but at the same time make barbarian factions ridiculously hard to eliminate often they just relocate after you massacre then for fourth fifth time, spawning new armies every time they loose their last city. Other then that it's very enjoyable experience, especially if you enjoy the setting and really look forward to rebuilding the power of Roman Empire, or being the one to it deal the final blow.

JustSomeGamer, Jun 30, 2016

Great strategy game for its time. It is still a good game to this day, but it has clearly aged. The management of your cities for example can be incredibly painful when you have a lot of cities.

BenHazelden, Oct 13, 2014

As much as I enjoyed Rome Total War, i cannot say I found Barbarian Invasion enjoyable. Exactly the same but with fewer likable factions. 6/10 - Ben Hazelden