Europa Universalis: Rome Ships for the PC

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Paradox Interactive has shipped its game Europa Universalis: Rome to stores in North America. The game is also available as a download from Paradox Interactive's Gamer's Gate portal. The game should ship to stores in Europe on Friday.
Europa Universalis: Rome uses the same engine from Europa Universalis III to take players to Ancient Rome, starting grand, turn-based strategy games any time from 280 BC 27 BC covering the start of the first Punic War through the formation of Rome as a true empire.

In the game, players can play as one of 10 different cultures, using diplomacy, economic strength, research or military might to advance the cause of your culture.

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