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Set in ancient Rome, Pax Romana lets you experience both the political and strategic side of war. The strategic side is a battle of cunning and well-planned military tactics, whereas the political side involves the manipulation of senators and generals alike, as politicians seek to gain military and financial power. Both sides to the game require sharp wits and the ability to manipulate one's peers, especially in the multiplayer modes. The game features an intuitive interface with five real-time game speeds and multiplayer functionality for up to six players.

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