Download Play PC Game Grand Ages: Rome - Category Strategy
The initial download is the amount that needs to be downloaded in order to be able to play the start of the game, the full download is the space taken up after a few hours of play, when the game has been fully downloaded.

Hard drive space

Full download: 2.56 GB
Initial download: 2.56 GB

Download time

Kb/s 20 MB 8 MB 512 KB
Time 17mn 44mn 11h 37mn

Documentation

Manual

System requirements

  • Operating System : 2000/XP, Vista compatible
    (Metaboli tested)
  • DirectX version : 9.0c
  • Processor : 2000 MHz
  • RAM : 1024 MB
  • Video RAM : 128 MB

Additional info

Category : Strategy
Difficulty : Average
Multiplayer : Yes
Language : en

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Kalypso Media

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Rome was not built in a day!


Grand Ages : Rome 's claim to fame is that it is the sequel to Imperium Romanum, which we also have here, and which any strategy and city builder fan should know. You will reign supreme over the best of the best in the Roman Empire! Be sure no one sends spadassins to get you though!

Note:
- Requires the latest DirectX version
- This game will ask you to select the language you want to play it in before download. Please select the desired language in the popup.

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Player reviews (1)

Demios   [ 4.0/5 ]
I'd have given this a 5.0 but we will get to that later. First off I would like to say that YES the graphics are as good as the screenshots imply, stunning graphics are not the only thing about this game, underneath the stunning beauty is a complex city management system, trade routes, food, lumber, bricks, stone etc etc! But once you get to combat there's a major break in the historical accuracy, when you send your roman soldiers into battle they don't keep formation and simply run into the group and start a cluster... um you know. Romans were famous for there battle formations and discipline in battle, yet they seem to throw that out the window in this game. I had been looking foreword to a battle of cunning tactics and splendid timer, but what I got was that the highest level unit beats the lower level unit, it was all about numbers and the levels of the squads. Ranged units seemed useless, and just building the infrastructure to support or produce just a few units is a challenge in it's own. It has some flaws but all in all I enjoyed it. in the end i lost track of time and that makes it's worth a try.

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Avg. score

2,8/5

Top 5 players

1 psalm138 6h
2 Oldtime2 1h

Statistics

Time playing this game 18h

Sessions launched 12