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Friday, 04 April 2008 11:47

Europa Universalis: Rome demo is out

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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Available from April the 15th

 

Today, Paradox Interactive released a demo of its game, Europa Universalis: Rome.

It’s a strategy game covering the time period from Punic wars up until the creation of the Roman Empire. The time period featured in the demo version is Second Punic War, and you can choose between Romans or Carthaginians.

The final version will let players determine the style of gaming, choose a nation, culture and change different settings. This will add additional charm to the game because each game you play might be unique.

The game should hit U.S. shelves on April 15th and three days later in Europe.

You can download the demo here.

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