Rome: Total War - Gold Edition 4/5

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Rome: Total War - Gold Edition

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By Feral Interactive Ltd

Welcome to Rome – Welcome to War. Two world-dominating games in one!

Before you buy, expand this description to check the system requirements below.

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Uniting multi-award winning Rome: Total War and its official expansion pack, Barbarian Invasion, you must guide history’s greatest armies to victory in a game of epic real-time warfare, empire building, politics and treachery.

Play as one of three great Roman families, whose thirst for power will stop at nothing. This is the world of Hannibal, Julius Caesar, Cleopatra and a thousand others. This is a world of soldiers, gladiators, tyrants, monsters and fools. It’s a rich, exciting world, awaiting a conqueror – you! You must use military genius to build an empire that stretches across Europe and Africa. Finally march on Rome to seize control of the greatest empire in the world. Then in Barbarian invasion either defend it or lead a Barbarian horde and bring the once mighty empire to its knees.

• Experience real-time battles – Use innovative battle tactics in battles with up to 10,000 soldiers on-screen at once.

• Command and build your campaigns – Balance economic, civil, religious and military power in the century-spanning campaign.

• Learn from the best – Fight alongside or against history’s greatest leaders such as Julius Caesar, Spartacus, and Hannibal to expand or destroy the Roman Empire.

• Lay siege with signature weapons and abilities – Turn the tables against the Romans as Attila the Hun, the fearsome Saxons, and other savage factions in the Barbarian Invasion expansion pack.

4.5/5 – “The truth is, Mac players rarely enjoy a strategy game as deep or as fun as Rome: Total War.” – Macworld

4.5/5 – “…Total War delivers a strategy experience that’s hard to pass up.” – Mac|Life

5/5 – “There’s a lot to like about RTW; a lot of little details that separate it from other real time strategy games.” – Appletell

Important information regarding Rome: Total War - Gold Edition:

• If you require assistance, please contact our support team at

• Full system requirements are available on the Rome: Total War - Gold Edition mini-site at

• Minimum System Requirements: Processor: 1.4 GHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics: 128MB, Free Space: 5GB.

• This game is not currently supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive).

© 2002–2014 The Creative Assembly Ltd. Total War, Rome: Total War Barbarian Invasion and the Total War logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of The Creative Assembly Ltd in the UK and/or other countries. All rights reserved. All other trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners. SEGA and the SEGA logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of SEGA Corporation. Mac and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Feral and the Feral logo are trademarks of Feral Interactive Ltd.

Release Notes

3/18/2017 | Version : 1.4.4 | Size : 4.1 GB
• Enables save syncing via iCloud for the Barbarian Invasion and Alexander expansions

1/4/2017 | Version : 1.4.3 | Size : 4.1 GB
• Enables save syncing between macOS and iPad versions of the game via iCloud
• Fixes a number of minor issues

3/24/2014 | Version : 1.4.2 | Size : 4.1 GB
• Fixes a number of minor issues.


Overall :
#182 : Top Grossing Mac Applications

Categories :
#13 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Strategy]
#15 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Strategy]
#42 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Games]
#45 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Games]

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Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for Rome: Total War - Gold Edition

5/15/2017 4:07:22 PM 2/5 By Violaman23
Everything is fine and works. Recently it has been crashing in battle mode or beginning of battle mode. Please update/fix as it is a great game otherwise. Playing on a MacBook Pro 2016: Sierra: i7

Crash Course (1.4.4)
5/1/2017 8:42:07 AM 1/5 By Otiose
Would be a good game but it always crashes in battle mode. I bought this through the App Store about four months ago. It has always crashed. I wish I could get my money back, as it is just useless code gunking my the HD.

crashes (1.4.4)
3/11/2017 1:32:52 AM 1/5 By Deskskzhbeb
application keeps crashing.

Game crash in battle mode. (1.4.3)
2/21/2017 4:38:02 AM 1/5 By JLin335
Was playing battle mode in the main campaign while the game keeps crashing. This happened all of a sudden (after playing for about 2-3 hours) and now cannot continue playing more than 5 minutes without crash.

Keeps Crashing (1.4.3)
2/19/2017 10:04:56 PM 1/5 By JfergusonKG
It keeps crashing mid-battle.

Crashes immediately after launching 100% of the time (1.4.2)
10/27/2016 5:51:00 PM 1/5 By Alphamike64
Upon attempting to launch the game, I see it’s logo appear then I get an error message that it quit unexpectedly...and its never gotten beyond that point. This is a known issue and has existed since 2014 according to the many posts by frustrated players on the game’s forum. There’s no known fix that I could find. I know this is an older game but if its for sale on the app store, if should be supported…wish I could get a refund.

crashing (1.4.2)
4/2/2016 7:01:00 PM 1/5 By Yomamawasawanka
keeps crashing during battles

fun (1.4.2)
3/30/2016 5:52:00 PM 5/5 By Copaterson
this is a fun game that allows you to do what you want to do.

Not that good (1.4.2)
3/23/2016 2:40:00 AM 1/5 By Smote the mote
It is not that well thought out. Many of the navigational directions given in the tutorial are for microsoft keyboards and don’t pertain and/or don’t work. You can progress by fighting battles in a compaign. You build infrastructure and you build troops but although you are given controls to manipulate these, they don’t fully work. The game does what it wants to do and ignores your input. At some point in a campaign you cannot create more troops or infrastructure, the game just goes to sleep on this and you cannot win. There is little “intelligence” given about your opponent. You approach a battle with no idea of your own strength or your opponent. For example, you try to move two of your warships into battle, and although they are large warships, the game tells you too late that you have only 25 men total on board, an unbelievably small crew, while your opponent has hundreds of crew and show up from nowhere seemingly. Like so many Apple products this seems an unfinished translation. It does not hold a candle to some of the war games/strategy games that you could find on microsoft computers 20 years ago. On the plus side, it did not crash and is visually interesting. But it is over 4mb in size and takes a long time to download. I am a computer systems programmer by trade and I was just not impressed with this game. I scratch my head and wonder why others give it such rave reviews. I suspect insiders wrote the rave reviews. You work from a map in a campaign. You conquer towns on the map. The towns have tedious menus to build troops, buildings and retrain/reenforce existing troops. But mostly the game does not let you build and add troops quickly, if at all, as you move from turn to turn. Many controls don’t work. You are given advice to build a type builing or infrastructure but the game will not let you do it. At one point I built an “Army”, a pitiful 800 men is an “Army”, and it flat disappeared. Conquered and built up towns which are well within your zone of control, even near Rome, somehow after many turns are subject to revolt for some reason and you may have to break off what you are doing and spend much time and effort retaking a town you already own. Enemy armies appear out of nowhere and attack your towns. The armies you create are limited to small size for some reason. It is hard to overwelm an enemy army. If you fight a hard battle you may not be able to reenforce, retrain your battered army. The game often does not let you repair your army or your town. The game is just tedious to play. It takes too much time wrestling with poor menu navigation to get things done. I thought it was NOT play. It was tedious work with too many random fails and glitches.

The best game ever made is here! (1.4.2)
3/19/2016 4:35:00 AM 5/5 By the knight the legend
I can’t belive that I still playing this game. This game is the best game ever made. I have played this game so much that if the totla amouth of hours that I have spen in this game is equal to 8,760 hours I wont be surprice. This is the best game ever made, period. I have played this game like 7 times since I bought it. and each time equal to 4 moths of pure, nonstop playing time. If you have an old hardware then this game is perfect since it was made in 2004 and it should not be too demanding in all the recent macs.

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