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Wich Total war i should buy?

XByJoseMaXXByJoseMaX Registered Users Posts: 1
edited February 2019 in Total War General Chat
In interested in Attila and Rome 2 with DLC, both of them have high replay value? Wich are the good things and the bad of both games?


  • GreenKing1GreenKing1 Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 639
    I would say that Rome 2 has the most replay value, Attila can get a bit repetitive. Try and get them both, they are both good games.

    Attila has a great DLC in age of Charlemagne.

    Rome 2 has the better mods currently, although that could change when Medieval Kingdoms is released for Attila.

  • dge1dge1 Moderator Arkansas, USARegistered Users, Moderators, Knights Posts: 19,428
    Agree. Both are very good now. Personally, I'd start with Rome II, as it has been updated recently. Then move to Attila for another challenge, I personally play both of them continuously.
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  • ImperatorAnonimusImperatorAnonimus Registered Users Posts: 302
    Really tough call. I'm in the "I play them boat" boat.

    Rome 2, I tend to play when I want a more structured experience, and Attila when I want more "whatever it takes to win" as my experience. But this is more a consequence of my own play style; Rome 2-era Rome is superb for conducting orderly maneuvers, and Attila offers a lot of great "barbarian" factions to play as.

    I think dge's advice is pretty sound; Rome 2 as a start, then Attila if you really enjoyed it. Overall, the experience is very similar between the two, but Attila adds some new features that add a little extra challenge to the campaign play if I recall correctly.
  • wiseman84wiseman84 Registered Users Posts: 7
    Go for Rome 2.
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