Glory Of Rome, in the first instance, played rather badly almost all the time, as when compared to its counterpart, Captain's Treasure Pro, also by Playtech. Similarly, this Glory Of Rome game didn't play well either, and most of the payouts that I got from it were miserable ones indeed. Not surprising really, but very disappointing nonetheless. I would consider this game as a poor version of similar games!
Pragmatic Play games can have very good graphics, as can be seen in most of their newer games, so I cannot figure out why they couldn't, or wouldn't, improve the presentation of this Glory Of Rome game. Anyway, not that it matters a lot to me, but it does take away the enjoyment, entertainment and aesthetics values. Some good decent payouts would have made some good plus points for the game, but that too failed to happen during my few sessions on it.