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Rome: Total War – Coming Soon on Google Play Store for Android
Rome Total War Android Google Play Store
Months or years after the first rumors, will we finally have the final product?

Hailed as the best Creative Assembly game to date, Rome: Total War debuted for the first time in 2004 on PC. However, it will soon also come to the Android platform and Google Play Store sometime during the winter.

First of all, Rome: Total War is a real time strategy game. Your action is divided into turns (semi-annually, annually or quarterly) with a campaign map as well as battles / action on the ground.

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Secondly, as its name implies the action focuses on Ancient Rome in the classical period, without neglecting the historical rigor. Something that becomes evident in the second version of this computer game, released in September 2013.

However, and even though it still continues to receive DLCs as the Rise of the Republic, the second chapter was not as acclaimed as the first. That's why it's natural to see Feral Interactive looking at the first "Rome".

Rome: Total War, coming soon to the Google Play Store for Android

Thirdly, it should be noted that this studio – Feral Interactive – released Rome: Total War for Mac in 2010. Moreover, it would even release in 2016 a version of this same game for iOS mobile devices. Now it will be this same company making the acclaimed title available for Android mobile devices. Therefore, we expect the game to reach the Google Play Store this winter.

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It also deserves to be said that the iOS version of the game costs the equivalent of $ 9.99 so the Android version may follow this reference. Still, if the execution were worthy of the game they want to bring to the Google Play Store, they would gladly pay.

However, the biggest challenge will really be adapting the controls for mobile devices and touch screens. How can we command dozens of units (micro management) in real time during epic battles?

Let's hope to see, after all this is my favorite game, surpassing even the AOEII.

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