Against Rome
Against Rome
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Éditeur JoWooD Productions
Développeur Independent Arts Software

Date de sortie Drapeau de France France : 30 juillet 2004
Genre Stratégie en temps réel
Mode de jeu de 1 à 8 joueurs
Plate-forme PC (Windows)
Média CD-ROM
Contrôle Clavier, souris
Configuration minimum - PC
Processeur 800 MHz
Mémoire vive 256 Mo

Against Rome est un jeu vidéo développé par Independent Arts Software, sorti en 2004 en France sur PC.

Le jeu se déroule lors des invasions barbares.

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