droggen Aug 18, 2013 @ 3:50am
Delay the game If you must.
I was not really looking foward to Rome II but the more videos I watched and the more I did my research into the game It slowly won me over. I ask Sega/Total war to delay the game if they think it's not ready any game of this scale is bound to have bugs and glitches of course. Having less of them then a lot of them is worth a delay I'm now ready to take any rage,criticism from the fourm base.
Last edited by droggen; Aug 18, 2013 @ 3:53am
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TheBear Aug 18, 2013 @ 5:21am 
well creative assembly doesnt read these forums anyway :P but from what i understand they've been stamping out bugs for quite some time already.

No need to postpone further.
Blood Claw Aug 18, 2013 @ 5:25am 
They are doing so well they brought the date forward was some time in october at first if memorry serves.
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Ventidius Aug 18, 2013 @ 5:28am 
Every Total War Title to date had it's problems on release, it's likely Rome II will have issues aswell. We'll see.
They are flagshipping this game sooooo much though, it probably won't be that bad.
Ragsash Aug 18, 2013 @ 5:50am 
Its easier to find and fix buggs if more people play the game.
Ryan Aug 18, 2013 @ 5:51am 
Aye! They wont find most of the bugs until they have millions of people playing it!
Ventidius Aug 18, 2013 @ 6:00am 
Several scenarios that are most likely to happen, in chronological order:

- Too many people downloading the game melting the downloadservers.
- A great outcry of people finding out they cannot run the game properly on obscure rig XYZ
- A great outcry of people about graphical issues with strange pc setups.
- A great outcry of MP fanatics unable to play multiplayer with their shoddy internet.
- Campaign AI issues.
- Battle AI issues.
- Balance issues, especially in MP.
- Rome is OP!
- Carthage is OP!
- Macedon is boring!
- Sparta's campaign is too hard!
- Egypt is represented historicly incorrect!
- Day one patch fixes above issues.
- Day one patch results in more issues people where not having before day one patch.
- Etc.

Please look forward to all of these. I'll be breaking out the popcorn.
Budoshi Aug 18, 2013 @ 6:39am 
Originally posted by Ventidius:
Several scenarios that are most likely to happen, in chronological order:

- Too many people downloading the game melting the downloadservers.
- A great outcry of people finding out they cannot run the game properly on obscure rig XYZ
- A great outcry of people about graphical issues with strange pc setups.
- A great outcry of MP fanatics unable to play multiplayer with their shoddy internet.
- Campaign AI issues.
- Battle AI issues.
- Balance issues, especially in MP.
- Rome is OP!
- Carthage is OP!
- Macedon is boring!
- Sparta's campaign is too hard!
- Egypt is represented historicly incorrect!
- Day one patch fixes above issues.
- Day one patch results in more issues people where not having before day one patch.
- Etc.

Please look forward to all of these. I'll be breaking out the popcorn.



lol so TRUE hahah sadly true..
Peterken Aug 18, 2013 @ 6:46am 
for that reason i buy those games on steam .
It is alwayse easier to adjust the Dlc than to recall all dvd .
Conscript Aug 18, 2013 @ 9:46am 
Originally posted by Ventidius:
Several scenarios that are most likely to happen, in chronological order:

- Too many people downloading the game melting the downloadservers.
- A great outcry of people finding out they cannot run the game properly on obscure rig XYZ
- A great outcry of people about graphical issues with strange pc setups.
- A great outcry of MP fanatics unable to play multiplayer with their shoddy internet.
- Campaign AI issues.
- Battle AI issues.
- Balance issues, especially in MP.
- Rome is OP!
- Carthage is OP!
- Macedon is boring!
- Sparta's campaign is too hard!
- Egypt is represented historicly incorrect!
- Day one patch fixes above issues.
- Day one patch results in more issues people where not having before day one patch.
- Etc.

Please look forward to all of these. I'll be breaking out the popcorn.

+1
One Mad Bastard Aug 18, 2013 @ 10:24am 
Originally posted by Conscript:
Originally posted by Ventidius:
Several scenarios that are most likely to happen, in chronological order:

- Too many people downloading the game melting the downloadservers.
- A great outcry of people finding out they cannot run the game properly on obscure rig XYZ
- A great outcry of people about graphical issues with strange pc setups.
- A great outcry of MP fanatics unable to play multiplayer with their shoddy internet.
- Campaign AI issues.
- Battle AI issues.
- Balance issues, especially in MP.
- Rome is OP!
- Carthage is OP!
- Macedon is boring!
- Sparta's campaign is too hard!
- Egypt is represented historicly incorrect!
- Day one patch fixes above issues.
- Day one patch results in more issues people where not having before day one patch.
- Etc.

Please look forward to all of these. I'll be breaking out the popcorn.

+1

+2 but remember , people likes to cry when everything is fine also.
Bugs or not bugs , Balance or Imbalance, people will find something to cry about. Just because they want and can.
Parazonium Aug 18, 2013 @ 12:58pm 
People should go on the TWC or the total war forums and look at some of the complaint threads :p, some of them were either crying about sandals or teeth lol
LeadStarDude Aug 18, 2013 @ 2:36pm 
Originally posted by droggen:
I was not really looking foward to Rome II but the more videos I watched and the more I did my research into the game It slowly won me over. I ask Sega/Total war to delay the game if they think it's not ready any game of this scale is bound to have bugs and glitches of course. Having less of them then a lot of them is worth a delay I'm now ready to take any rage,criticism from the fourm base.
No dude. This game was all but finfshed in the first quarter of this year. They have been testing & fixing bugs for almost 6 months now. There will be very few bugs, & most of the bugs they have not found will only be found once millions of people are playing. I promise that 99% of the still existing bugs at launch will be ironed out by October, but only after they start getting player feedback
Last edited by LeadStarDude; Aug 18, 2013 @ 2:37pm
cojax8 Aug 18, 2013 @ 2:55pm 
delay? here is what i have to say about that
http://store.steampowered.com
|(๏̯͡๏ JλςҜ♣Ҳ̸λnO Aug 18, 2013 @ 3:14pm 
"1 day left til release" "SEGA delays Rome 2" FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU, you know what just ♥♥♥♥ it, ♥♥♥♥ it, im out. *slams door in rage*
Gat Aug 18, 2013 @ 3:18pm 
i pre-ordered the game 3 months ago and now i know it was the right thing to do , i would not wait ..this is going to b 1 amazeing game ...watch this ...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_Mr6zQ1ZXM
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