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This is the 1st 8.0 release. This file is mod-foldered and it uses 7z based compression. Actual space un-compressed is about 889MB and can be played in four configurations. Please read the read-me folder to follow through on installation instruction. It is recommended that the user has more than 4GB of memory to run this mod. And uses Rome:Total War/Barbarian-Invasion RTW/BI 1.6, as is available through the Rome:Total War Gold Edition or purchase from Steam

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18+ ONLY: Amazons: Total War - Refulgent 8.0A
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is there any chance you'll be making an amazon mod for rome 2?

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ParthianShot

Yes and No, a Rome II version has been worked on, but with the current limitation, we might have to wait and see if the new game engine is fully moddable.

If that does not happen, we propbably will go to M2TW as our new engine.

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ParthianShot

Yes, as a matter of fact, we are halting all development until Rome II is out and we can evaluate it.

We have already finished the modeling's migration to Medieval 2 Total War, but this is also not moving forward until Rome II is thoroughly evaluated.

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ParthianShot

But there are a few worries.

First of all, there are some obvious AI issues in the demos, hopefully this has been sorted in the release.

Second, like the Shogun Total War, the game may not be open to mods.

Third, the game might only be great looking if the player has high-end video cards.

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ParthianShot

We are working on a simplified version for Rome II, but it is highly dependent on tools available from Creative Assembly.

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ParthianShot

New Release is now 8.0 O, this download is now considered a stop gap release.

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