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Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Rome: Total War Review

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Rome: Total War Review- Page 4

click to enlargeThe units of the game are carefully designed and each one has unique characteristics according to the function.

More specifically, the Romans and the Gauls have some powerful infantry, while the Macedonians, the Parthians and the People of Pontus have better cavalry.

The Egyptian army is comprised of excellent archers and spearmen. Unlike the Egyptians, the Seleacids army has powerful elephants and heavy Cataphracts. The Carthaginians have many varying skillful units and the Germans capable axemen.

click to enlargeThe Britons and the Dacians have very passionate and fanatic troops while the Armenian's advantage lies in their cavalry. The Scythian's infantry is less in number but their army is balanced by the presence of very skillful archers.

The Numidian army is reinforced by camels, the Greeks have a capable infantry and the Spanish varied but with coherent units. Finally, the Thracian cavalry is inferior to that of others but have a considerable infantry, very capable in man to man battles.

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