Strategy gamers on the fence about buying the PC game Medieval II: Total War when it comes out in mid-November may have just been pushed over the edge. Sega has announced that the first run of the real-time strategy game will be a limited-edition version of the game with bonus material. Those who pick up the game near its November 14 release will be rewarded with a "detailed map of the extensive game world" and the soundtrack from composer Jeff Van Dyke. The added bonuses won't cost extra--the limited edition will retail for $49.99 while supplies last. Medieval II: Total War is being developed by The Creative Assembly and is rated T for Teen.
Medieval II: Total War gets limited
First-run limited edition of The Creative Assembly's real-time strategy game will include soundtrack, map.
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