Warrior of Rome

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Warrior of Rome
Cover of Warrior of Rome
Developer(s) Micronet
Publisher(s) Micronet
Platform(s) Sega Mega Drive/Genesis[1]
  • JP: 1991
  • NA: May 21, 1991
Genre(s) Real-time strategy[1]
Mode(s) Single-player
Multiplayer (up to two players)[1]

Warrior of Rome, also known as Caesar no Yabou (シーザーの野望, "Ambition of Caesar"), is a real-time strategy video game for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. The game is a fictional story about the adventures of Julius Caesar and the Roman army during his reign as general in the year 48 BCE. The game had a sequel, Warrior of Rome II.


The player had four maps (based in Egypt) to command their troops over. Players are given control over each unit of troops on the Section Map. The player can select six different options for each troop unit including approach speed, retreat to allow the unit to regain strength or setting traps. Once the troops have encountered an enemy unit, the Battle Screen appears showing a side shot of the player's troops in combat. The player can save their game progress or use a password system at the end of a completed stage.


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Warrior of Rome Main Title Screen