Bjorn Hurri is an artist who has been working on video games for years now, having lent his skills in some way or another to projects like Dead Space 2, Viking: Battle for Asgard and the last three entries in the Total War series.
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Lots of people complained that Napoleon: Total War was more of an expansion pack than a full game. Does that make The Peninsular Campaign an expansion pack for an expansion, then?
There'll most likely be a new Total War game unveiled at E3, but in the meantime, Sega is happy to release a new expansion for the recent Napoleon: Total War.
Fun fact: I'm a history graduate, so when a Total War game comes along, I'm normally first in line. Especially when it involves pipes, muskets and rad uniforms, because they remind me not of Napoleon, but of Waterloo. The movie.
In 1815, having come back for one last bite of the cherry, Waterloo was Napoleon's, well, Waterloo. Could Creative Assembly be risking the same fate returning to the age of muskets and bright uniforms so soon after Empire: Total War?
Does your knowledge of Napoleon stop at "he was short" and "he was fat"? Might want to watch this trailer for the upcoming Napoleon: Total War, then, which is more history lesson than game trailer.
For PC owners at least, Napoleon: Total War is going to be a pretty big deal. And a game can't be a pretty big deal these days without a pretty big colletor's edition, so, yeah. Here's Napoleon's.