Medieval 2: Total War Summary
This is the latest and most outstanding title in the Total War franchise, any history RTS buff or fan of the series would be psychotically imbalanced should they choose to pass on this.
Stop sacking Rome for 5 minutes and pay attention. Today Creative Assembly will be announcing where the drums of Total War are going next in their live streamed EGX presentation today @ 4PM GMT+1.
There's been much speculation on time periods, but rumours also speak of another IP universe as the setting? Some photos have leaked from EGX showing off some scale armour.
See Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda universe as you've never seen it before, as Parallel Process has released the 3.01 version of their Medieval: Total War 2 mod Hyrule: Total War.
As the team at SEGA Studios Australia begins the transition from London 2012 to their next project, about 37 developers have been made redundant. The studio isn't closing down however.
SSA has inked a "multi-product deal" for games to be released digitally. They have already "commenced development" on these new titles with announcements "in the near future."
SEGA Vice-President of Production Gary Dunn has assured that there are now "new standards" in place at the developer who made strategy-console game Stormrise.
"Suffice to say since Stormrise's completion, the studio down under has been heavily invested in, entirely new leadership team from the likes of EA, Ubisoft..."
The brand new Total War from long-time strategy veterans Creative Assembly is to be Shogun II: Total War according to an appointment leak.
Already we've learnt that the new Total War would be "returning to its roots" by leaving gunpowder behind. Looks like it's the samurai again?