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Go all in with Total War: Shogun 2 Gold Edition

The "Gold Edition" repackaging of Total War: Shogun 2 with the game's two expansions, Rise of the Samurai and Fall of the Samurai, is now available for purchase in North America and will find its way to Europe and Australia this Friday, Mar...   read

 
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Total War Shogun 2 Gold Edition arrives March 5

The enthralling Shogun 2 and its two expansions, Rise of the Samurai and Fall of the Samurai make up Total War Shogun 2 Gold Edition, a collection that gives you the whole strategy game shebang. It still blows my mind how many str...   read

 
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Total War: Shogun 2 gets better mod tools, Steam Workshop

The Creative Assembly has updated Total War: Shogun 2 to work with Steam Workshop, allowing for easier access to mods. Going a step further, however, the studio has also put out the Assembly Kit, a free software framework which will allow u...   read

 
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Stand-alone expansion for Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai

Sega has announced that a stand-alone expansion for Total War: Shogun 2 is coming next year. It's called Fall of the Samurai, and it set in the time where Western technology and steam engines pushed the age of the samurai to a close. Old me...   read

 
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Samurais rise in latest Total War: Shogun 2 trailer

Sega was kind enough to share with us their latest trailer for Rise of The Samurai (not to be confused with Sega's Rise of Nightmares), the upcoming expansion for Total War: Shogun 2. This brand new campaign, set 400 years prior to the eve...   read

 
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Help the samurai rise in Shogun 2's new DLC

Are you tired of the sengoku period? Most games, books, and media having to do with Japanese history are obsessed with the endless series wars between the Date, the Takeda, the Oda, the Chosokabe, and hundreds of other clans great and smal...   read

 
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Review: Total War: Shogun 2

Way back in 1999, the release of Shogun: Total War came as something of a revelation to PC gamers. Creative Assembly had delivered one of the first, if not the first games to effectively marry the depth of traditional turn-based games as wi...   read

 

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