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Legion Arena

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: BlackBean / Strategy First
Developer: Slitherine

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'Legion Arena' - Betatest Signups

by Judy on Oct. 21, 2004 @ 12:10 p.m. PDT

"Legion Arena" is a role playing strategy game created on a massive scale, providing gamers with more than just the pure taste of battle. Set during the period of the Roman Republic, players take command of a band of simple peasant warriors and train them into a formidable fighting force. With each victorious battle, gamers can reap the rewards of fame, money and experience along with the opportunity to 'level up' their units. Troops will learn hundreds of new talents through their field experience, and will progressively upgrade their skills with each new combat they face. Gamers can play as the Roman Empire and Celtic Clans through over a hundred scenarios and must use calculated strategies in an attempt to crush their Roman enemies on the front line-Fighting for the pride and glory of the battlefield!
Slitherine has updated its official website announcing they will be conducting a closed Legion Arena betatest and are now accepting signups. The first phase starts November 2004, and a second, and much larger, round will commence January 2005. Legion Arena is an online RPSG or Role Playing Strategy Game, and blends core gameplay elements from the RTS & RPG genres. Set in ancient Rome, Legion Arena puts the player in charge of their own army, which they must develop, nurture and train, transforming a bunch of peasants into a fearsome fighting force.
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