the game, there are many modes for the player to choose from: Prologue, Campaign,
Custom Battle, Quick Battle and of course Multiplayer. Basically, Prologue
is the Tutorial for the game, which provides explanations of the strategy
and the battle map.
By starting off with any mode in the game, the player has
the option to choose "Arcade Battle" which is an option where
the morale of the units or the weather conditions are not taken into
when starting a game, is to choose between Long or Short Campaigns. In order
to win the Long Campaign, the player has to conquer 50 regions as well as
Rome. Alternatively, to win the Short Campaign, you have
to conquer 15 regions plus one or two opponent functions.
In the beginning, the player chooses one of three Roman
Functions and in the process "unlocks" the rest. Of course,
the most interesting are the Romans (Julli, Scipii, Brutii) to whom
the Senate occasionally assigns the task of conquering a town or assassinating
Furthermore, the Historical Battles are quite fascinating.
They consisted of 10 historical combats of the time, including Sparta,
River Trebia, Battle of Lake, Siege of Georgia and more.
the player chooses Custom Battle, they have the opportunity to set up
the battle in any way they pleases using 35 different maps, all functions,
many other options. In Quick Battle, the game takes care of all the arrangements
Finally, by choosing Multiplayer mode, you can enjoy all of
the above along with 8 of your buddies. The only disadvantage is that the
strategy map is disabled in Multiplayer mode.
Some Rome: Total War screenshots