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Friday, June 30, 2006  


Take Control.
8:30 AM EST | Brad Custer


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In Legion Arena from Freeverse fans of Roman history will be thrilled with this exciting and incredibly well-researched game. Legion Arena was designed to maximize fun and minimize micro-management. The player can jump right in and start training legions to strike fear into the hearts of his enemies. With a shallow learning-curve and deep strategy and tactics, Legion Arena is the ideal game for novice or experienced wargamers.

Legion Arena is a Role Playing Strategy game on a massive scale. Take control of a small band of warriors and train them to be the mightiest army in the world! Buy equipment and choose from over 100 skills, personalize the appearance of your squads, earn experience and denari for your victories, Legion Arena takes the best elements of Role-Playing games and puts it in the context of an epic strategic struggle. Play as either the Romans or the Gauls in over 100 scenarios and with over 20 unique units including Praetorians, and Elephants.

Are you ready to command an army? ;)

At the beginning of the month we announced Legion Arena from Freeverse was near gold master and my inbox has been busting at the seams since then. I always strive to honor all your requests so this week we time travel back to Roman times. I was able to make this week's wallpaper with the help of Freeverse and based it on the great cover art for the box. I simply entitled this selection, "Campaign", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

Everyone be sure to keep those requests coming in.

Until then...

Freeverse
Slitherine Strategies
Legion Arena
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