Total War Battles: Shogun
Total War Battles: Shogun lead Renaud Charpentier is of the opinion that up to 70% of games on the market “aren’t good enough.”
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Total War Battles: Shogun, the real-time strategy game for iPhone and iPad, is now available for download on PC and Mac. You can grab it through Steam for $7.99. SEGA sent along a trailer to mark the occasion, and we’ve posted it below for your viewing pleasure.
A new developer diary for the mobile-bound Total War Battles: Shogun shows how carefully The Creative Assembly is handling its first handheld foray.
Strategy games. Tablets. You know it makes sense. Here’s the imminently sensible launch trailer for Total War Battles: Shogun, which launched today after only, like, a million years of me asking for it.
Sega will launch Total War: Battles Shogun for iPad and iPhone today, as reminded by EG. The effort, which comes from the digital team at Creative Assembly, has been built with touch-screens in mind. It’ll release on the App Store for £4.99/$6.99/€5.49: the Android version is coming soon, according to Sega.
Sega’s lifted the wraps off Total War Battles: Shogun, a brand new spin-off from Creative Assembly for iOS devices.
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