The burden of ideology weighs heavily upon Spartacus in Wolves at the Gate.
Enemies of Rome gives Spartacus a worthy foe and explores a man becoming bigger than his message.
As a male gamer, I find the latest from IO Interactive so stupid as to be offensive.
Was there action? Yes. Was there blood? Oh yes, by the bucket full. Did people get what they deserved? Some. How do I feel about it? Meh.
Featuring the voices of Adam Shaftoe, Beverly Bambury and James Bambury
More pawns fall off the board as the Romans conveniently learn the location of Spartacus’ camp.
Another minor character bites the dust, Spartacus does some moralizing, and more fun with Lucretia and Ashur…
Episode seven sees some small plot movement as it heaps insult upon injury, atrocity upon intrigue, and finally gives the audience a reason to care about Spartacus’ story line.
More minor characters die, Spartacus gives a couple of speeches, and something unexpected happens to Lucretia.
Wherein Roman intrigue reaches a boiling point, and Capua suffers a 9/11 moment…