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 Total War: ROME II - How Far Will You Go? - movie
(hx) 02:53 PM EDT - Sep,02 2013
Compared to the original Rome, this is a true upgrade. I like how Rome isn't split into three factions and how you can play all the factions from the get-go. The overall experience feels more customizable. The tech trees alone let you choose how aggressive or civil you're going to try to play with twelve different paths you can go down. There are even non-conquest victories through research and culture advancement.

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