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Roma Victor

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: RedBedlam
Developer: RedBedlam

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'Roma Victor' Pre-Order Icentive

by Rainier on Dec. 6, 2005 @ 2:23 a.m. PST

Roma Victor is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG) based on the Roman Empire, circa 180AD. Roma Victor features social interaction on a massive scale, freestyle and mission-led gameplay, one on one combat in the Coliseum, tactical warfare on the battlefields of Europe and a deeply rich and varied non-combat crafting and skill system.

The game's full commercial release will take place on the Kalends of April '06 when the price of an account becomes £19.98 (which will include £10 worth of
sesterces).

Pre-order players and veteran testers of the VERM® (Virtual Economics Revenue Model) will be able to gain access to the game world on the Ides of March - a full 2-weeks in advance of the public offer.

All testers that have spent any money in order to acquire sesterces during the test will have the virtual equivalent of their total contribution credited back into their virtual balance at the full launch of the game.

"After several years of some tremendous efforts put in by a truly dedicated team and community, we've reached an historic milestone for RedBedlam and its first virtual world, Roma Victor." said Kerry Fraser-Robinson, Managing Director of RedBedlam. "Our open and community-centric approach to design and development has paid dividends and we now enjoy a loyal following that has helped shape an awesome game world. We're now really looking forward to growing and expanding so that new players can join our exceptional community and start exploring the diverse world of Roma Victor."

For more details about the test, pre-order & launch schemes please visit: http://www.roma-victor.com/verm/


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