Total War: ROME II – Wrath of Sparta Campaign Pack Trailer
Wrath of Sparta introduces an entirely new, epic campaign expansion for Total War: ROME II focusing exclusively on the Hellenic world, plunging players into the turbulent events of the iconic Peloponnesian Wars.
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The politician is correct! If the Corinthians want war, they should seek is alone! xD
We still need Alexander Total War and to have a Greek DLC
I wasn't aware they had made an expansion about the Peloponnesian Wars, I wish I was still playing the game!
this and Hannibal at the gates are the best trailers
If only the campaign actually played out to be that interesting.
best strategy game along with rome 1 in me belief.
1:29 such as the movie of 300 is this scene
Ah, welcome diplomat. Let me introduce you to the Scottish king of Sparta
Bro this was the thing I was searching for after i tried the wrath of sparta campaign
Imagine if they decided to invade the whole world back in the day and decided to invade Rome, I think they would crush almost everyone in the ancient world if they really wanted to
1:28 300 vibes
Ok those fight scenes have been shamelessly copied from 300…..
truth be told, one dlc with a whole lot of ''nothing''
"You would see all of greece under the heel of Athenai? Cowering from them like Chided slaves? We spilled blood at Poditia and now we need Allies. The might of Sparta will hold their ambitions! All eyes look on Sparta and this is what you would have them see? From birth a Spartan is trained for one purpose TO DO BATTLE. They dare think themselves you're equal. None can match your skill. It's every Spartans duty to embody the very nature of war. Strike now I beg you!" Man that is some great writing and a hard argument to turn down.
I don't like that they tried to emulate the cheesy 300 movie in the trailer but from a marketing point of view it's a smart decision
Spartans are gangster
Tell the sacred band of Thebes arrives
The makers of rtw2 should make carton based' series like (Rome) but a cartoon version
Spartan politics are pretty violent if the politicians are all wearing helmets while debating.
Is Sparta still exists during Roman Republic era?