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If you’ve had enough of orcs and elves, The Creative Assembly would like to remind you that they don’t just make cracking good games set in the Warhammer universe. I know that’s not as fun as lizard-men riding on lizard cavalry, but bashing legions of sweaty Roman warriors against one another can have its charms, too.
2013’s Total War: Rome II still has a dedicated fanbase that relishes the relatively simpler battles of Julia versus Junia with nary a vortex of chaos energy in sight.
It aims to make political intrigue more, well, intriguing.
The free update will also bring a user interface overhaul, graphical improvements, and balance changes.
According to what they told Kotaku, the developers bet on Houdin as “the most credible” of sources.
Say what you will of the game’s flaws, but that’s some impressive synchronicity.
Ubisoft’s developers consulted with Houdin and used his pyramid schematics as a spingboard for their in-game models.
His inside-out theory lined up nicely with the team’s gameplay goals.