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Total War: Rome II – Pirates & Raiders DLC Out Now

Get ready to plunder the ancient world with the latest Culture Pack for ROME II! Pirates & Raiders introduces the ancient-world Balkan culture, consisting...

SEGA and Creative Assembly announces Total War:ROME II –Caesar in Gaul

Caesar in Gaul is the first campaign expansion for ROME II, and brings Caesar’s Gallic war to life in thrilling detail. Offering a tighter...

Total War: ROME II Patch 7 now live

The latest patch for ROME II hits today and will automatically download for players via Steam. This is the most significant gameplay-enhancing patch yet, bringing framerate improvements to high-end systems, and substantial gameplay, AI and behavioural improvements, particularly in settlement and siege battles.

Total War: ROME II Blood & Gore DLC Announce

  Blood & Gore brings the savagery of front-line combat to viscera-splattering life with decapitations, dismemberment and devastating impalements. Featuring hundreds of gruesome animations that play out in combat between multiple different unit types, the...

Total War: ROME II Patch 2 now live

The second patch for ROME II is now live and will be automatically applied to your game on restarting.

Total War: ROME II the Throwing War with Brian Blessed

Creative Assembly has released a trailer featuring Brian Blessed, It wasn’t all stabbing and slicing in ancient combat, during battle the air was often dark...

First Total War – Rome II Update Coming Tomorrow

First Total War: ROME II Update this Friday (6th Sept). At Creative Assembly we are very pleased with the response to ROME II, with hundreds...

Review of Total War: Rome II from Sega

Rome II has promised the biggest changes to the Total War franchise for a long time. But is it for better or for worse?

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