Rome: Total War Coming To Intel Macs In March
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 22 comments
Feral Interactive has announced it will release the Intel Mac version of Rome: Total War Gold Edition in March. SEGA’s top-rated strategy game will be released by Feral as the second in the series of Feral Legends titles. The Gold Edition features Total War and its expansion Barbarian Invasion.
“The Total War series is one of the most-requested additions to Mac gaming” said Feral Interactive’s David Stephen. “It’s a game that is superbly suited to the platform and one that will be available to all Intel Mac owners including those with Macbooks” Minimum system requirements:
Encompassing three centuries of warfare from the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire, Rome: Total War is regarded as one of the best strategy games ever with a seamless integration of strategic and tactical modes and featuring a 3d graphics engine that is capable of rendering over 10,000 soldiers on a single battlefield.
Players take charge of one of three Roman families with the goal of increasing their family's power in Rome through diplomacy, economic skill, and of course, war! Players can fight epic historical or fictitious battles while negotiating a century-spanning campaign across Europe and Africa.
Making the appearance of Rome: Total War on the Mac even more compelling is the inclusion of the official expansion pack, Barbarian Invasion . Set some 300 years later, players must decide whether they will save Rome from its enemies or, at the head of a Barbarian faction, fight to destroy it.
• 1.8GHz Intel Mac onlyThe game will retail in North America for US $29.95, £19.95 (inc VAT) in the UK and €24.95 (inc VAT) throughout Europe. It is currently available to pre-order from Feral's online store.
• 512MB RAM
• 128MB graphics card
• DVD drive
• 3.5 GB of hard disk space
• Mac OS X v10.4 or later
• The game DOES support Intel GMA processors
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