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Empire: Total War "probably a step too far" says Creative Assembly

Creative Assembly Lead Designer Jamie Ferguson has commented that the company may have over-reached themselves when it came to designing Empire: Total War.

In an interview with Strategy Informer regarding Shogun 2, we asked him whether depth beats scope:

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TANUKI2925d ago (Edited 2925d ago )

Yea, they definitely abandoned ETW, but Napoleon was very much improved. They just need to stop rushing things and take the time to work out the major glitches and fix the AI for Day 1 releases.

Garnett2925d ago

When is going a step further a bad thing?

Marquis_de_Sade2925d ago

When that step results in an unreliable and less consistent experience for the user.

tunaks12925d ago

i havent played empire or napoleon yet,
still on M2TW and Rome, now those were amazing.

PotatoClock2925d ago

I did like Empire, after a lot of things had been fixed. But I do miss and still want to play Rome and M2. Maybe its the sword and bow thing compared to gunpowder, who knows, but Rome and M2 just had that lasting appeal that never seems to die.