I think I will "sign" for Rome 2 later on. I have quite recently bought it and I have not played it enough be sure I would buy Rome 2. But I think I would.
I would however buy it if it would begin a little earlier. Maybe around 450 BC. Or maybe a little earlier. Then Rome had not conquered Italy and I could try to unite the Italian peninsula as a Etruscan state, some Greek state to the south or even as the Gallic people in Northern Italy. And I think other people would like to unite Italy as Rome.
And to the east the Persian empire still exists...
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EU: Rome, the way it should have been.
Europa Imperialis Map Mod v0.1d
I have been pretty open in my view that a Rome II would be not just a good thing, but also a commercial success....but still, /signed!
"A man's worth is no greater than the worth of his ambitions."
- Marcus Aurelius
/signed Putin-style... counts as 10 votes
Well eventually PI runs dry of historical time to simulate into games, so im guessing at sometime after "The 6-days war, The game","Neandartal vs. Homo sapiens" or "EU: C". Rome 2 will be announced
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Let's add my useless-in-any-possible-point-of-view-you-try-to-look-at-it post into the list
Would buy it.
My modding stuff:
Wave's modding guide: a tutorial for adding countries to EU: Rome, works with EU3 too!
Wave's modding guide #2: Understanding and creating events
Letters from wAAR - An experimental Rome AAR with Epigoni Mod Winner of the Best character writer of the week award 1/6/12
This is SPARTA! Can the world be dominated by squads of 300 men swinging spears and crying the name of their home country?
Legions of Rome! RISE and show them all our might!
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