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Total War: Attila

SEGA
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Platforms
Macintosh, Windows PC
Alcohol Reference
Language
Mild Sexual Themes
Violence
  • Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB (MAC, PC)
Rating Summary
This is a real-time strategy game in which players command forces to determine the fate of the Roman Empire. Players can manage their faction's military and civic development, expand territories through political alliances, and engage in military-style battle. From a top-down perspective, players arrange units (e.g., infantry, cavalry, naval fleets) and observe them engaging in battle; cries of pain and sword-clanging sounds highlight the action. Cutscenes briefly depict close-up angles of characters getting slashed with swords; corpses are depicted on some battlefields. The dialogue contains occasional references to sexual material (e.g., “You think to buy us like catamites, like your whores?”; “They do little but drink, drink some more, and fornicate with sheep when they get the chance”; and “Hey! Is your mum still selling her a*se to merchants?”). Alcohol is also referenced in dialogue (e.g., “They would not stand to fight unless their bellies were swollen with booze” and “Drink!, Drink! Why aren't you drinking, you bastards?”). The words “sh*t” and “c*ck” can be heard in the game.
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