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About This Game

Numantia is a Turn-Based Strategy game that takes place in the ancient conflict between Rome and the city of Numantia, in a war that lasted for more than two decades.

The choice is yours: Play as a Numantian warrior against the Roman legions or expand the power of Rome throughout the Iberian Peninsula. Relive history fighting in epic battles alongside real historical figures, conmemorating the 2150th anniversary of the Siege of Numantia. a09c17d780



Title: Numantia
Genre: Strategy
Developer:
Recotechnology S.L.
Publisher:
Recotechnology S.L.
Release Date: 24 Oct, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2 GHz or equivalent
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GT600 Series or equivalent
  • Storage: 5 GB available space

English,French,Italian,German




So this game is clearly a console game that was ported to PC, as opposed to a PC game ported for consoles. The UI and controls are terrible compared to most other games in the genre. The game is slow, and does not feel smooth or put together well. If you are a strategy or tactics game fan, I would stay away from this game, and try one of the other hundreds of options out there. I would only say this game might be worth it, if it is on sale, and you have an insane love of this era in history and these specific countries of that time period. Other than that very specific person, I would save my money, and play something fun. The Total War series is often on sale and puts this game to shame, and the Total War games offer great mod support for endless fun.. Cool concept. Like the art style and seems like it could be a fun game. Everything is great, if it weren't for the UI. I disregarded the feedback from other reviewers. The UI is clunky and poorly designed. Want to select something? Click it and THEN press enter. Sometimes you can click again sometimes you actually need to press enter. Want to select a different unit in your list of available units? Press space to cycle through all the units one by one until you find the right one. Nevermind the list of units, clicking there does nothing.. So this game is clearly a console game that was ported to PC, as opposed to a PC game ported for consoles. The UI and controls are terrible compared to most other games in the genre. The game is slow, and does not feel smooth or put together well. If you are a strategy or tactics game fan, I would stay away from this game, and try one of the other hundreds of options out there. I would only say this game might be worth it, if it is on sale, and you have an insane love of this era in history and these specific countries of that time period. Other than that very specific person, I would save my money, and play something fun. The Total War series is often on sale and puts this game to shame, and the Total War games offer great mod support for endless fun.. - Searches for historical games on Steam
- Hm, asset flip, pixel junk, Numantia, hentai, AAA garbage...
- Wait, Numantia? I remember Rome tried to siege an Iberian city with the same name
- Nah, probably yet another asset flip game. But i will check just in case
- *gasp* The game is really about the siege of Numantia

Unlike other historical strategies, this game portrays a local conflict instead of global domination across centuries. The campaign is mission based. Every chapter you recruit new soldiers, buy some equipment for them, watch events and participate in batlles in the end. Events offer choices, almost all of them bring immediate results (moral or resources increase\/drop, new units\/equipment, unexpected battles, etc), story is mostly unaffected by them (some characters can die but it does not change much). Artwork looks simple and charming at the same time. Music is nothing special, there are only few background tracks. UI could be better but I got used to it pretty quickly. Keys can't be rebinded.

Turn-based combat is the main focus of the game and I think it's well done. Numantians have better infantry and cavalry, while Romans have better missile troops and some nasty special units (elephants, "scorpions", greek peltasts). Every unit can be useful (of course some units are more useful than others). Some units can move twice per turn which enables hit-and-run tactics. Moral and flanking affect the battle, terrain does not (some impassable hexes can be used as advantage on defence though). AI can be annoying to deal with (like cavalry attacks in the rear or skirmisher harassing), but it's not that good at moving and attacking in cohesion. Battles are also available outside of campaign in "arena" mode. Two players can fight each other in it, it's impossible to play on the same keyboard unfortunately).

Overall, I think it's a good game, there is nothing outstanding but also nothing terrible in particular. I can recommend it to people who like turn based combat and to Rome history enthusiasts.. - Searches for historical games on Steam
- Hm, asset flip, pixel junk, Numantia, hentai, AAA garbage...
- Wait, Numantia? I remember Rome tried to siege an Iberian city with the same name
- Nah, probably yet another asset flip game. But i will check just in case
- *gasp* The game is really about the siege of Numantia

Unlike other historical strategies, this game portrays a local conflict instead of global domination across centuries. The campaign is mission based. Every chapter you recruit new soldiers, buy some equipment for them, watch events and participate in batlles in the end. Events offer choices, almost all of them bring immediate results (moral or resources increase\/drop, new units\/equipment, unexpected battles, etc), story is mostly unaffected by them (some characters can die but it does not change much). Artwork looks simple and charming at the same time. Music is nothing special, there are only few background tracks. UI could be better but I got used to it pretty quickly. Keys can't be rebinded.

Turn-based combat is the main focus of the game and I think it's well done. Numantians have better infantry and cavalry, while Romans have better missile troops and some nasty special units (elephants, "scorpions", greek peltasts). Every unit can be useful (of course some units are more useful than others). Some units can move twice per turn which enables hit-and-run tactics. Moral and flanking affect the battle, terrain does not (some impassable hexes can be used as advantage on defence though). AI can be annoying to deal with (like cavalry attacks in the rear or skirmisher harassing), but it's not that good at moving and attacking in cohesion. Battles are also available outside of campaign in "arena" mode. Two players can fight each other in it, it's impossible to play on the same keyboard unfortunately).

Overall, I think it's a good game, there is nothing outstanding but also nothing terrible in particular. I can recommend it to people who like turn based combat and to Rome history enthusiasts.. Cool concept. Like the art style and seems like it could be a fun game. Everything is great, if it weren't for the UI. I disregarded the feedback from other reviewers. The UI is clunky and poorly designed. Want to select something? Click it and THEN press enter. Sometimes you can click again sometimes you actually need to press enter. Want to select a different unit in your list of available units? Press space to cycle through all the units one by one until you find the right one. Nevermind the list of units, clicking there does nothing.



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