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Submitted by Sangria 2212d ago | news

Napoleon: Total War gets "much requested" mode

Sega's announced that for the first time in the series, Napoleon: Total War's Campaign Mode is set to feature both single player and multiplayer modes. Fans, go mental.

The "much-requested" mode will allow players to experience the full depth of Napoleon: Total War in a multiplayer environment, says Sega, either working to stop Napoleon's advance or competing against each other to better his achievements. (Napoleon: Total War, PC)

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darkmurder  +   2212d ago
Cool beans
table  +   2212d ago
I think I'm due a total war game. Will probably buy this one.
Saryk  +   2212d ago
I have bought all Total Warfare games. I was planning on skipping this one. But it seems I got to con some friends into buying this one, se can do the multiplayer.

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