- Learning the ways of the Greenskins in Total War: Warhammer
- To no-one's surprise, Total War: Warhammer is not a game you'll gain an encyclopaedic grasp of after a week's play.
- Think Warhammer is a first for Total War? The series has been doing fantasy
- This April, Total War will leave history behind to delve into the bloody universe of Games Workshop's Warhammer. The awkwardly titled Total War: Warhammer will see Greek Hoplites and Polish Hussars replaced by axe-wielding Dwarves and ferocious Orcs.
- Total War: Warhammer will prevent players from occupying certain regions due
- The introduction of fictitious races to Total War: Warhammer brings with it marked changes to the familiar authenticity/accuracy Total War dichotomy. Speaking to Creative Assembly's community coordinator Joey Berry, game director Ian Roxburgh explained ...
- From fact to fiction: how fantasy set Creative Assembly free in Total War
- Warhammer has amplified Total War. You can see it in the terrain, which is jagged and extreme in ways you couldn't reasonably expect from Europe or Japan.
- Meet Total War: Warhammer's mushroom addled Night Goblins
- Goblins are a bit rubbish. They're tiny, snivelling imps and hardly intimidating. Not the Night Goblins, though.
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