|Release||Feb 28, 2003|
|Genre||Strategy game; empire-building|
|Setting||Roman Republic from Caesar’s conquests in Gaul (59 BCE) to the end of the Civil War (45 BCE); players can also play as the Ptolemaic Egyptians and as Barbarian tribes|
|Notable charactersB||Caesar, Crassus, Divitiacus, Labienus, Dumnorix, Commius, Quintus Tullius Cicero, Cassius, Cassivellaunus, Gaius Crastinus, Ambiorix, Vercingetorix, Cleopatra|
On Jan 24, 2020, Praetorians HD Remaster was released for PS4, Windows and Xbox One.
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