Video game publishers Sega and developers The Creative Assembly of the upcoming game Total War: Rome II have released another video to add to the collection. This time looks it looks at the iconic Cleopatra and shows some more Total War: Rome II gameplay.
After about four years The Creative Assembly the developers of the Total War franchise have once again released their multiplayer campaign beta for people to try out in Empire: Total War. This is great news as even with Total War: Rome II coming out soon its good that the developers are still remembering their old games and Empire Total War is in my opinion the last great Total War game since the days of Medieval: Total War and Rome: Total War or at least the one I played the most in recent years. I didn’t get much into Total War: Shogun 2 even if it was quite good and mechanically sound.
Sega has announced that the next Total War game from Creative Assembly, Total War: Rome II will be released on 3rd September worldwide. If you pre-order the game before its released you will get the first DLC pack for free. The DLC is called The Greek States Culture Pack and includes three new factions: Athens, Epirus, and Sparta, which can be used in all game modes. All three factions will contain unique units, buildings and much more.
The Creative Assembly have released a new trailer for Total War: Rome II which shows one of the historical battles you can play and try to change history with. In 9 AD, Teutoburg Forest was the scene of a big defeat for the Roman Empire (three Roman legions, along with their auxiliaries were destroyed).
The Creative Assembly have released new pictures for the new Total War game Total War: Rome II. It’s a sequel to the excellent game Rome: Total War where you play as the Romans during the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire.
Some new pictures have been recently released for the new Total War game from The Creative Assembly. Its called Total War: Rome II and its a sequel to the excellent orignal game Rome: Total War where you play as the Romans during the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire.
The Shogun 2 demo is now available via Steam. It is 6Gb in size and it worth checking out if you want to see what it will be like. It’s mostly what you expect from total war games but in a medieval slash empire way with the Japanese instead. The rest of the game will be out on the 15th March 2011.