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Kingdoms is the most content-rich expansion ever produced for a Total War game, with four new entire campaigns centered on expanded maps of the British Isles, Teutonic Northern Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. In Medieval II, players were only given a tantalizing...
Kingdoms is the most content-rich expansion ever produced for a Total War game, with four new entire campaigns centered on expanded maps of the British Isles, Teutonic Northern Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. In Medieval II, players were only given a tantalizing glimpse of South America, but in Kingdoms, vast tracts of land in both North and South America have been opened up for players to conquer. All-new factions from the New World are also now fully playable, including the Aztecs, Apaches, and Mayans.
Along with the new maps in the Britannia, Teutonic, Crusades, and Americas Campaigns, there are 13 new factions to play, over 110 units to control, and 50 building types, adding up to 80 hours of new gameplay. Kingdoms also offers new multiplayer maps and hotseat multiplayer, a first for the Total War series, allowing players to play one-versus-one campaign games on the same computer.
Available on: PC PC Rank: 63 / 5,240 | Overall Rank: 64 / 13,429
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|SEGA Studios Australia shrinks, signs "multi-product ... (0)|
|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."
|Posted: 07.02.2012 by Technet2k|
|SEGA: Stormrise dev has "new standards" (1)|
|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..."
|Posted: 16.05.2011 by JustCommunication|
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