News Archives - May 2010

It's the final countdown... but to what?

by | 5/25/2010 10:28 AM

A count-down in the form of an hourglass has appeared on TotalWar.com. At the moment it counts down to 1908 upon opening the page.

The teaser follows the recent claim from VE3D that the new Total War game will be announced at the E3 next month.

"New Total War to be unveiled at E3"

by | 5/21/2010 3:03 AM

VE3D reports that The Creative Assembly will unveil it's new Total War game at the E3 which will be held from June 15th—17th. Earlier this week a job advertisement revealed CA's Australian studio is working on a sports game, but they're also working on a new Total War game, which they confirmed on their new Twitter page.

VE3D also claims it is in possession of full details, and although they're not releasing them just yet they do say "that the new PC-only game eschews the gunpowder weaponry of recent Total War titles and gets back to basics."

Anyone want to warrant a guess as to what the new game will be?


Sega sale for Total War games on Steam - 66% reduction on Total War pack!

by | 5/20/2010 17:30 PM

Great news for Total War fans on Steam. Steam are running sales every day all week and today is the turn of Total War games.

Napoleon: Total War has 33% off and you can get a Total War pack containing Empire: Total War, Medival 2: Total War + expansions and Rome: Total War + expansions for only 20.40 euro!

See here for more details!

New Faction Strategy by Edorix

by | 5/17/2010 3:10 AM

Our Legendary Warrior has taken the reigns of the House of Britannia and devised a new strategy with which to conquer the world. This one does not involve sitting upon the Rainy Isles nor using Samarobriva as a springboard for invasion. Curious? Check out his wily plan here.

Commanets and praise may be left here.

New Article by Dugit: Battle of the Milvian Bridge

by | 5/3/2010 10:17 AM

Ever wonder why so many of us in the West are Christians, where once pagans ruled? It all goes back to this battle, one which changed the way the mighty Roman Empire would believe and have long-lasting religious repercussions over the eras thereafter.

Comments and praise may be left here.
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