War hath cometh, and Carthage is burning, as the Roman military machine marches once more. So saddle up your horse, prepare your armour, and ready your gladius for Total War: Rome II is force marching to a strategic destination near you.
There is a second video interview as well, but I cannot embed it at the moment due to current forum restrictions forbidding more then one embedded video in a single post. So here is the link to the second video interview, click here.
PC Gamer (07/02/2012)
Rock, Paper, Shotgun (07/02/2012)
PC Gamer - Lead Designer (07/02/2012)
PC Gamer - Lead Battle Designer (07/02/2012)
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Part #1 (of #2) (07/02/2012)
It will be interesting to see how all these touted improvements and new features actually work, assuming they do not get revised during development. The most intriguing and scary change for me is the change in scale, instead of commanding individual Cohorts it sounds like we will be moving up a level and commanding entire legions at a time. Also for something which is still in development, and god knows how far from entering an alpha or beta stage, those two in-game screenshots are absolutely beautiful, in my opinion.