Roma is a light, two-player-only strategy game, thematically set in Ancient Rome. The connection between theme and play isn't strong, so I'm not exactly sure what the gameplay is supposed to represent; the object of the game revolves around scoring Victory Points, after all.
|Submitted by IanSchreiber on Tue, 08/03/2010 - 15:48.|
I played this with Marilyn Manson's "Anti-Christ Superstar"
|Submitted by the99th on Sat, 09/22/2007 - 03:52.|
Viva Caligula is Latin, or Italian or Spanish maybe, for "Live Caligula" -- if you're the founder of Penthouse this means making a movie with lots of nudity and depravity; if you're Cartoon Network and a (regrettably) anonymous contracted developer this means making a game with lots of violence and depravity. (Ed.: maybe not credited, but this is by Pop & Co., who also created Bible Fight.)
Roman Tactical Combat Plus Grand Strategy
|Submitted by costik on Sun, 05/20/2007 - 05:30.|
Since it was founded, Slitherine has been producing a series of excellent wargames with both a strategic component that covers an entire war on a province level, and a tactical component that involves battles of large numbers of soldiers in a 3D representation. Legion has been one of their most successful titles, perhaps because it covers a huge period of Roman history, with 20 something scenarios and 3 complete campaign games, along with extensive diplomatic rules to cover relationships with other powers that can affect the outcome of a war.