Realistic graphics and a good number of missions to complete.
Campaign missions based on historical families and events from Roman history, Adds online multiplayer support.
For a seemingly complex game, it is relatively easy. Storyline is not fulfilling.
Formulaic citybuilding gameplay, Little more than a rerelease of last years Imperium Romanum.
By Play TM on May 25, 2009
Grand Ages: Rome is the sequel to Imperium Romanum, which in turn was the sequel to Glory of the Roman Empire. Besides being sequels, they all have a common bond. They are essentially the exact same game, only with a few very minor changes. On the...70
By GamingShogun on May 16, 2009
Viva Media, Kalypso, and Haemimont Games bring you a new exercise in city building for your PC. Does Grand Ages: Rome get the thumbs up or thumbs down in the coliseum? Join us for all the empire building glory after the jump!Full Review:When Grand...-
By PC Advisor on May 14, 2009
Grand Ages: Rome looks fantastic, but the gameplay is a little on the dry side. The city-building elements are intricately designed but frustratingly difficult to master, while the combat – usually the highlight of such titles – feels almost...70
By BrightHub on April 26, 2009
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By Computeractive on April 11, 2009
There's enough here to keep even the most hardened empire builders...80
By cnet on April 06, 2009
You would need to have the smarts of a Cicero to keep track of all the Roman city-building games released in the last few years. Haemimont Games certainly isnt making this task any easier with Grand Ages: Rome. This generic city-builder set during...55
By GameSpot on April 06, 2009
Grand Ages: Rome is yet another generic city-builder set in ancient Rome....55
By GameZone on March 27, 2009
Grand Ages: Rome is a decent game that doesnt try very hard to break out of the city-building mold. Instead it fits comfortably in the age old staples of the genre. The only good thing about this is the developers laid a good foundation for them to...67
By Gamers Daily News on March 27, 2009
Welcome to the grand age of Rome, start your family dynasty and build your way up through the Roman hierarchy to become one of the most important people in the Roman Empire! On the box this game offers you the opportunity to produce mass armies for...60
By IGN Gear on March 20, 2009
First, theres a mistake in the marketing message for this game. Some of you will be swayed by the boxs mention of 4X strategy and "massive armies" but its only through ignorance or willful deception that this game would be advertised as anything...68