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Grand Ages: Rome (PC)

Grand Ages: Rome (PC)
alaScore 83

22 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Grand Ages: Rome (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 22 reviews)

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Grand Ages: Rome (PC)

 

Grand Ages: Rome is yet another generic city-builder set in ancient Rome.

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Grand Ages: Rome

 

What have the Romans ever done for us?

Detailed cities and world ; Neat right-click build ; Camera allows a lot of freedom

Combat somewhat uninvolved ; Camera can be a little unwieldy ; No road building

The cities themselves, while not as large other city sims’, look the part and the sheen of the graphics engine is pleasing. Although bizarrely for a game about Rome, there’s no road building. This dampens enthusiasm for city planning, but it also means...

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Grand Ages: Rome

 

Buildings and resources

Grand Ages: Rome is a ‘city builder light’. Production paths, research and combat have all been kept simple. By the time that you are familiar with the interface, the mechanics and the different buildings that you have available, it is easy enough to...

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Grand Ages: ROME

 

Haemimont Games brings their latest Imperial city builder to life with Grand Ages: Rome.

Haemimont Games brings their latest Imperial city builder to life with Grand Ages: Rome, which sees not only fancy new marble architecture but some bulging military biceps too.

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Grand Ages: Rome

 

In 2006 we had a glut of Roman flavoured city building games and one of those that arrived that year was Glory of the Roman Empire. This was later followed up with a sequel entitled Imperium Romanum and here we have a second sequel which again has had...

There are certainly a good number of loyal city building game fans out there and it's almost certain that a high proportion of them will have played some of the Roman flavoured city building games that have appeared over the last few years. Whilst...

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Grand Ages: Rome

 

Grand Ages: Rome is the sequel to Imperium Romanum. Games Xtreme takes a look at what makes this new game tick

Grand Ages: Rome manages to be a better game than the previous IR in all aspects. It's worth getting.

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Grand Ages : ROME

 

I recently bought this game and i have enjoyed the visual part of all the missions. However there is no possible chance in winning any of them as when you feel that you have overcome all the problems that you encountered earlier . The Gods then come in...

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A blast from the past?

 

This game is virtually unknown, and made the mistake of coming out during the release of Empire: Total War, which is why i think many people have overlooked it.

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