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Caesar IV

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Hail Caesar! Starting as governor of a newly formed province in the Roman Empire your goal is simple: advance up the empire's political ladder to become the next Caesar. As governor, you will have total control over your province: including city planning, finances, and defenses. As you succeed you will be given new challenges in other provinces within the Roman Empire ultimately ending in the heart of the empire: Rome.
Caesar™ IV represents the culmination of more than a decade of development experience in the city builder genre making it the definitive ancient city builder. Plebs need not apply.

  • Build Your Rome: Build your city in any imaginable combination. Bask in the awe-inspiring glory of more than 100 unique structures.
  • Expanded Economic Control: With over 30 tradable goods, 10 industries, 4 markets and foreign trade routes the economic possibilities are vast.
  • Leading Edge Graphics: High dynamic range lighting, specular & bump mapping along with realistic weather effects and a complete day / night cycle bring Rome to life in never before seen detail.
  • Experience Life in Ancient Rome: Interact with more than 75 unique characters within your city.
  • Improved Combat Functionality: Take direct control over your legions, who gain experience through combat and training, as you ward off barbaric invasions.
  • Over 100 Hours of Gameplay: Including career mode, standalone competitive scenarios, and sandbox mode.
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Tilted Mill Entertainment, Inc.
Tilted Mill Entertainment
Activision Blizzard
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c Compatible 3D Card w/256MB VRAM
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
  • Additional Notes: Official multiplayer servers are inactive, Caesar IV is available as single-player only.
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Caesar IV reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Caesar 4 has been a Step backwards in my Eyes. One noticed that here Publishers and Developers changed and one did not build on the Experience of the Predecessors. All the playful Developments of the Caesaer 3 Family (with Pharaoh, Zeus and First Emperor) are futish. Here you wanted to make something new somehow and especially with a new Graphics Engine that unfortunately looks rather mau. Overall, not a bad Game. Hence Thumbs up anyway. But no Comparison with the direct Predecessor. What a pity. I hope for a Caesaer 5 at some point that is closer to Caesar 3 again (with the improved developments of First Emperor, etc.). In the Video I play my German CD version. I tested The Steam Version. Is in English and unfortunately unstable with me. I tested it with different Compatibility Settings etc. Unfortunately, it didn't go well. 2x Crashs in Game time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfnjoml-Wd8
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Microsoft from French
No I do not recommend this game, the old Caesar are much better, here is why:--maps really too small--the efficiency zones of the different buildings are too reduced (one must construct at reduced intervals on a small area while the card itself is reduced!) -The roads are super wide, much too (it make the 2/3 the size of a small house, where is the logic? While the map is small!!) -The interface resembles the old but is less intuitive about statistics/graphs-less addictive scenario-game in English only + beautiful 3D graphics this is the only advantage compared to its predecessors. As you will have understood, the narrowness of the building zone really ruins this game, one is obliged to destroy and rebuild several times on the same area (the losses) to be able to try to offer an access to everything that the inhabitants desire but sincerely, it is impossible to change to the Max the happiness/need of the small insulas; Apart from a few that you will place against the big villas, gold in the old is possible. Anyway, big disappointment.
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C4DotNetReg: register unregister ScriptServer, version =, culture = neutral, PublicKeyToken = null: true exception: access to the requested registry not allowed. Callstack: at Microsoft. Win32. RegistryKey. OpenSubKey (string name, Boolean writable) at System. Runtime. InteropServices. RegistrationServices. UnregisterValueType (type type, string strAsmVersion) at System. Runtime. InteropServices. RegistrationServices. UnregisterAssembly (Assembly Assembly) at C4DotNetReg. program. Unregister (Assembly asm) at C4DotNetReg. program. main (String [] args) posted: August 30, 2016 I can't start the game. Incompatibility probably with WINDOW 10? Posted: September 13, 2017 game sloppy, much less pleasant and complete than its predecessors. Forced to admit a bitter more for the graphic effort, quickly surpassed by the basic omissions that made the essence of these games. I do not congratulate its developers for their lack of brilliance on this last installment of the saga. Posted: October 31, 2017 I find the 3 most supplied one starts directly with House in tile its not too posted: August 22, 2018 big bug at launch its me dir problem in disk C posted: October 21, 2017 big disappointment compared to the III
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