My very first Total War was Shogun:Total War, waaaay back from when I was a kid. I've been hooked ever since.
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For the love of god make it actually feel like a proper AAA RPG this time. DA2 had some interesting aspects to it...but it just wasn't on par at all with DA Origins. It was far too linear and didn't really give you any room to explore anything. The gear was practically handed to you instead of having to search and work for it. In my humble opinion at least.
not to rain on your parade or make you feel stupid moab-doug but Napoleon isn't even in the game. And the French Revolution doesn't happen either, neither do the uniforms change to the blue that they should be when you do win a revolution as France. But the American Revolution you can learn a little from with this game...
@ Vasot Because the grand campaign starts earlier then the American Revolution. They will in the next expansion thats most likely going to be "Napoleonic Wars" Because theres not enough people that would care to see a campaign devoted only to Greek Independence from the Ottoman Empire.
"Do people seriously still play this after Call of Duty 4?" Um....lets check yes moron. Halo 3 still has sold more then CoD4 and i love CoD4, its a great game singleplayer beats Halo 3's by just a tiny margin. But the online is retarded, its waaaaay to easy. But beside that im tired of paying 10 bucks for 3 maps that no doubt will have at least 1 map that was completly half assed