Seems somewhat like Rome: Total War. Its hard to say if it could top Rome. That game was astounding.
Rise & Fall: Civilizations at War's ultimate selling point is that armchair commanders are permitted to bury themselves in the very heart of combat - via Hero Mode - as a General battling alongside their troops. You'll be able to slip into the guise of the likes of Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and Cleopatra and, through use of your - hopefully - great fighting skills, help turn the tide of a battle if things seem to be going a little pear-shaped.
Cool, eh? In the broader scheme of things, the RTS finds players dishing out orders to one of four mighty empires of the ancient world and attempting to stomp the opposition into the dust. The game's not due till June but in the meantime you can enjoy new screenshots and a movie we've received via pigeon this afternoon.
There are so many on line games, as like Poker, Poker is a family of card games that share betting rules and usually (but not always) hand rankings. Poker games differ in how the cards are dealt, how hands may be formed, whether the high or low hand wins the pot in a showdown (in some games, the pot is split between the high and low hands), limits on bets and how many rounds of betting are allowed. In most modern poker games, the first round of betting begins with some form of forced bet. The action then proceeds to the left. Each player in turn must either match the maximum previous bet or fold, losing all further interest in the hand. A player who matches a bet may also raise, increasing the bet. The betting round ends when all players have either matched the last bet or folded. If all but one player fold on any round, the remaining player collects the pot without showing his hand. If more than one player remains in contention after the final betting round, the hands are shown and the winning hand takes the pot.
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