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  1. Doyler

    Doyler King of Dragons

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    THE CREATIVE ASSEMBLY'S ROME: TOTAL WAR SET TO CONQUER THE WORLD IN AUTUMN 2004

    Santa Monica, CA - October 10, 2003 - Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) today announced that Rome: Total War, the latest installment in The Creative Assembly's award-winning Total War series, is on schedule for a fall 2004 release. The highly acclaimed game took the industry by storm when it debuted at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo earning the highest accolade, a "Best of E3 2003" award for Best Strategy Game. The title was also lauded by industry leader Computer Gaming World magazine as a "landmark strategy/wargame" and received "Best Games of E3" accolades from PC Gamer, Computer Gaming World, GameSpot and GameSpy. Next fall, gamers will hail the golden age of antiquity as they command massive armies in a bid to rewrite history.

    The revolutionary new Total WarTM engine technology brings to life epic, cinematic battles beyond anything ever seen before in a game. Players will be transported to the battlefields of ancient history's greatest conflicts and control mighty armies of up to 10,000 fully polygonal, highly detailed, motion-captured warriors. They can fight as, or against history's most legendary generals including Julius Caesar, Hannibal and the rebel Spartacus, and must use a combination of brains and brawn to successfully conquer the enemy. For more information and regular updates on Rome: Total War visit: http://www.totalwar.com.
     
  2. Crusader

    Crusader Disturber of the Peace

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    That game looks sooooooooo cool, ive played both the other ones.

    who here watched the TV programme "Time Commanders"? hat just made me want it more and more.
     
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    Asgath Heavy-metal dwarf

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    Time commanders uses the warrior kings engine I think, just abit more advanced
     
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    Doyler King of Dragons

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    Yeah that show is cool and the game looks awesome.
     
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    no, it was definately rome total war. the show was done by the creative assemble, the ones who make the total war series. plus the battles really show the advances of the game and are based around the roman era. It was an early version of the game they used, only the battle bits.
     
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    Doyler King of Dragons

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    still are great looking game