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Slow Things Down (and Bloody Them Up) With Qvadriga’s Roman Chariot Racing

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Hey, it’s Racing Game Central. Not Car Racing Game Central. We can race other things. Why shouldn’t we?

Qvadriga, a PC game from Slitherine Ltd., is racing a couple thousand years removed from Driveclub and The Crew. Your rides in this game will be Roman chariots. It’s turn-based strategy game that lists these features on its site:

  • Historically modeled circuses with all their styles and particularities. Variable sizes, lengths and shapes, from the classic Greek oval hippodrome to the standard Roman circus.
  • Variable number of rivals: Participate in tactical four-team races, dive into mayhem with sixteen opponents.
  • Expert AI able to recognize their situation and maximize their strengths.
  • Dual game system: paused turn-based gameplay (static) or continuous real time action (dynamic). Play which you like.
  • One-click decision making interface triggers a sheer variety of engaging consequences.
  • Upgradable team components: charioteers’ skill and constitution can be improved, also chariot’s quality and size and horses’ speed and endurance. Any combination is useful, provided you take advantage of its strengths.
  • Six historic factions to belong, which grants particular upgrades to your team.
  • Huge campaign system with seven regions to travel, starting in any of them, from the exotic arenas of the far East to the Northern barbarian borders.
  • 43 circuses to run, seven starting circus available from the beginning, unlock higher category circuses by building your fame.
  • Unique bonus at every city that could affect all competition aspects.
  • Race events enrich campaign altering race conditions. Your faction will try to help in the darkest hours, if you are successful your rivals will make things harder.
  • Buy, sell, heal and repair teams. Find the best components by gaining access to higher category circuses, hire medic, craftsmen and veterinary services to increase performance and configure the most competitive team.

You can get the game or try the demo now on Slitherine’s site.

http://www.slitherine.com/games/Qvadriga_pc

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