||The Road To Rome
Battlefield: 1942 Expansion Pack
||(Win98/2000/ME/XP) (Mini Retail) (BATTROMEPR)
Requires Installation Of : Battlefield 1942
Publisher: Electronic Arts
from Games Domain
The War Is Far From Over......
All roads lead to Rome in this expansion pack to Battlefield 1942. Fight
your way to victory on the Italian Front is some of the fiercest battles of
World War II. From the shores of Sicily to the hills of Monte Cassino, wage war
online with up to 64 players with an all-new assortment of WWII firepower.
to the enemy in 6 new battles from the Italian Campaign..
Enlist for Battle with 2 new armies - Italy and the
free French forces.
your arsenal with 8 new vehicles including the British Mosquito Light Bomber.
away with the British Sten Submachine Gun and other new weapons.
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP: Pentium III 500 MHz ,128 MB RAM ,32MB Direct3D
and hardware transform & lighting capable video card with DirectX 8.1 1.2
GB MB free hard disk space, 4x CD-ROM drive, DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card,
mouse, 56K modem for Internet matches.
Windows 95 and NT are not supported.
Games Domain by Brett Todd
"... Digital Illusions CE has taken advantage of the famed rolling Italian
terrain to create battlefields where you always seem to be fighting on hills.
Each map forces you to consider the terrain as another player, either ally or
enemy, depending upon the situation. This particularly comes into play when
using armor, as it can be very difficult to maneuver in and around the rises
and swells without exposing yourself to enemy fire. ... Creeping forward and
working as a team is more of a necessity now than ever, because only a
co-ordinated assault can work at dislodging an enemy dug in on an embankment or
"Overall, Battlefield 1942: Road to Rome is a solid addition to the original
game. While DICE probably should have included a few more maps, and some
editing material so that modders could more easily build on what they've been
provided (you can release that software developer's kit any time now, EA!),
it's hard to argue with this expansion when everything included in it is so
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