Total War: Rome II Crack/Patch

Total War: Rome II Become the world’s first superpower and command the most incredible and vast war machine of the Ancient world. Dominate the enemies of your glorious empire by military, economic and political means. Your ascendency will yield admiration from your followers but will also attract greed and jealousy, even from your closest allies. Will betrayal strike you down, or will you be the first to turn on old friends? How much are you ready to sacrifice for your vision of Rome? Will you fight to save the Republic, or plot to rule alone as Dictator — as Emperor? Total War: Rome 2.

Download Total War: Rome II Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 78 / 100
User rating
Downloads 30949
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, General
Company / Developer
Sega / Creative Assembly

Total War: Rome II reviews ( 7 )

Mrtonyxdxd, Sep 3, 2013

Total War ROME 2 it's just a deep beatiful strategy game like every other game of the total war series! Don't be fooled by the bad review couse it has some imperfection but WHATEHELL it's only the performance that need to be improved and some Ai adjustement nothing more! Keep it classic and buy this game because it deserve it. I gave this a 10 couse there are people that give it 0 while they have played like 5 min into the game and then they keept playing Ride to hell Retribution. You will love this game as soon you start the campaign!

Spgsamuel, Dec 17, 2013

its exactly what to expect from a total war game, and has some nice improvements. one point id like to make is its not perfect. it has small issues. all new games do. I have read so many 0-3 score reviews, i think that's a bit harsh. though i have been playing the game fully modded since i bought it. Like all total war games they really need a little help from the comunity mods to really get the best from them. like radious, verts traits overhaul, various retextures (so unit are not all wearing identical armor) they add content, better ai fix a few niggly annoying gameplay issues and add some roleplay depth into what is really a very good game which has so much more potential than everyone is giving it credit to think i almost didnt buy it becuse of all the low metascore critic reviews. ignore the bad reviews. buy this game anway, install at least 5 popular mods before you start to play it. enjoy.

total, Jan 27, 2014

First off I am a big fan of the Total War series so it hurts me to say this. Sega stop putting Betas out on steam for at full price. you did it with Empire Total War and now you did it with this game. I am going to give this a 6 just because going back to that time time period is so much fun by it self.

Bethrezen, Sep 8, 2013

After playing for 44 hours, here are my conclusions: (-) Very poorly optimized (low FPS and mini-freezes in-battles and on campaign map, especially after hitting End Turn); (+) Relatively good loading times; (-) Relatively average intro cinematic in terms of epicness and actual showing game mechanics and battle, at least when comparing it to the Rome TW intro (or BI intro); (-) Long time waiting for other factions, after hitting End Turn (4-5 minutes); (-) Horrible UI and menu design you can actually take these menus and put them in any other game, they don't have anything special or related to a Total War game; they don't contribute in any way to the atmosphere; (+/-) The unit cards are neither bad nor good, in my opinion; it's just a matter of taste; (-) Creating fleets is useless since your troops "transform" into fleets anyway (very bad design here); (-) Totally unesthetic and unsuggestive building card images; absolutely NOT contributing to any kind of atmosphere; (-) Lots of bugs everywhere: graphical corruptions outside of the world map, provinces that don't show they are conquered (happened with Baktria), units which stop after you send them to attack or pursue the enemy, units blocked in buildings, etc. etc.; (-) Core gameplay design flaws: battles lasting 10 minutes at most, really bad AI, no Guard stance, no Fire at Will option especially for melee troops with pilum/javelins, overpowered fire missiles, overpowered cavalry charge, broken phalanx, illogical unit abilities, useless siege equipment (since you can just burn the gate much easier and faster), javelins on fire used by all factions, wrong testudo formation etc. etc. (-) Researching just about everything and seeing all units long before actually winning the game (at least while playing with other factions other than Rome); (-) Passive campaign AI with no diplomacy improvement from the previous titles; (-) Stupid Steam achievements (play for an hour? fight a battle without auto-resolve?); (+) More historical accurate factions and units; (+) Pretty good sound effects; (-) Not working coop multiplayer due to very long turns and desynchronizing; (-) No avatar campaign, just a really boring versus multiplayer (a return to RTW and a downgrade from Shogun 2); (-) Incoming DLC fest (-) Asking for buyers to test all incoming patches. I will rate the game accordingly.

Abspara, Sep 5, 2013

Horrible AI Sluggish graphics Poorly optimized Lacks any of the soul of other Total War games. An abysmal launch that is characteristic of Creative Assembly. Paid reviewers got paid to give this game high marks. The average joe who had to spend $60.00 on this got taken advantage of. Avoid at all costs!

SammyHauguth, Dec 25, 2017

Worthless, just like metacritic with all the ads... I reloaded an old save and poff I got -1400 in food... When I had 1400+ in november! Good work CA, last time I buy a game from these idiots!

sergez, Sep 4, 2013

Fails of the Year 2013. What a disappointment, I really have nothing good to say. Worst game design. Looks worse than Shogun 2. Horrible UI, AI, textures, unit cards. Patches will not help. Poor game.