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Sarog wrote: »
My opinion as well. I think that when expansions offer a single full scale campaign, that campaign is typically inferior to the original one. I only played Barbarian invasion, Alexander, and Rise of the Samurai once or twice each before going back to the superior original campaigns. The only exception to this is with Fall of the Samurai, which was almost like a new game because of the different technology and therefore I played it more substantially than other expansion campaigns.
The Kingdoms model is awesome. Gameplay more focused on a specific geographical region, multiple different campaigns for you to play around with, resulting in something that doesn't feel like just a tweaked, gimmicky version of the original campaign.
WonsuSadosa wrote: »
At that wait I can't wait for Rome 3 and barbarian invasion 3! Because I have no idea what that would be like :rolleyes:
WonsuSadosa wrote: »
Kingdom expansions were awesome! Yes, and how about we don't repeatedly recycle old ideas and out right old expansions. for example barbarian invasion 2, At that rate(and obvious mass of innovative creativity) I can't wait for Rome 3 and barbarian invasion 3! Because I have no idea what that would be like :rolleyes:
SolInvictus wrote: »
A winning idea need not to be changed. Only tweaked left and right to make it perfect. Seeing how Rome 2 "innovations" stripped down every feature i liked about TW games, i take the lack of creativity anytime over the so called "innovation". Plus you don't have many choices with expansions either is something before or something after Rome 2.
Ohdows wrote: »
No more "before" or "after"! No more boring mini campaigns!
Expand the main campaign!
Let me take my great empire into India, or Africa. Let me face China. Anything but a new mini campaign, please!
make a civil war expansion, where all my provinces turn against me!
Whatever you do, let me use my empire!
We know that this engine can use multiple theatres. Add the rest of the world!
Goontrooper wrote: »
I want to have an experience that covers the full span of Roman history, not several unrelated ones that force me to start from a historical base point. I want to see what the next 200 years of history hold for for the Empire I have built by the end of the current timeframe...or see where things go if I save the Republic instead.
I think the expanded timeline concept and new events could solve some of the current problems with Rome's late game. It would be great to have specific , world changing events like the barbarian migrations, invasion of the Huns, rise of Christianity, etc. All of these things could be done in a way that they would provide a challenge to a large empire. There are so many great possibilities here.
Spongebob wrote: »
Rome 2 Complete!!
Aetla wrote: »
Until that game is fixed, polished and working properly im not interested in any CA product.
Divinewinds wrote: »
Barbarian Invasion II. Bringing us the fall of the Western Empire and the beginning of the Dark Ages was one of TW's finest hours in my humble opinion.