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Posted on Oct 13, 2011 in Games PR

Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar Announced


Longbow Games has announced they are working on a sequel to their critically acclaimed strategy game set in the ancient world, Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece. Where the previous Hegemony titles drew on the history of conflicts from the Peloponnesian Wars to the rise of Philip of Macedon, Longbow’s new game jumps 300 years ahead to the campaigns that created the legend of Rome’s most famous citizen.

Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar will take gamers to the plains and forests of ancient Gaul where the proconsul Julius Caesar waged a decade long war to subjugate the barbarian hordes that so often threatened the Eternal City. 

Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar adapts the engine and the mechanics to reflect the unique Roman way of war, with new features and improvements:

  • New Larger Map that covers a million square miles from the shores of Britain to the beaches of the Mediterranean. The new graphics engine renders this territory in amazing detail, using SpeedTree technology to capture the wild lands of Gaul, with foreboding forests and mighty rivers.
  • Build an Empire with new buildings including the famous Roman camps, forts and bridges – the feats of engineering that made Roman ingenuity as powerful a tool of conquest as Roman steel. Wood is added as a crucial resource in your economy; without it, your invasion will come to a speedy conclusion.
  • Promote Your Legions as they gain experience and valuable skills, upgrading each unit with the talents they need to perform the tasks that the proconsul demands of them. Appoint governors from your followers to watch over cities and introduce Roman rule to a new province.
  • Starve Your Enemies with new improvements to Hegemony’s already celebrated logistics model. Protect your supply lines and plan sieges in a way that weakens any enemy foolish enough to depend only on city walls for victory.

Hegemony Rome will allow players to manage their armies and manipulate their enemies in a simulation of 1st century BC warfare. Players can attempt to bring all of Gaul under the rule of the Senate and People of Rome. Or, in the sandbox game, unite the Gallic tribes and end the threat of Roman rule forever. Both legions and warbands will be available to command in Spring 2012.
The game’s official site can be found at and an introductory trailer is available at


  1. Wonderfull, I have been debating with my brother about this but we can agree together
    cya later guys


    Congo RDC

  2. Barbarian hordes? You mean the peaceful Gauls the Romans massacred?