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A map editor is just the first step in mod support for this "Total War meets Civilization" China strategy title.

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Scary as hell, for the stealingly low of price of nothing.

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Creative Assembly have three new Total War games in production alongside Warhammer 3, including an expansion to an older game and a title set in a new period of history - could this be Total War: China at last?

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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is a brutal action adventure that's set in the Viking age and is about the main protagonists journey through myth and madness to fight for the soul of her dead lover. Ninja Theory are the developers behind Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, who are known as the makers of Heavenly Sword and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West.

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Turn-based strategy set in Ancient China will leave Steam Early Access in a month's time.

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Sudden Strike 4 is now available, and we're playing the first hour later today! Come and check it out, we're better than a demo!

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Hex-based strategy games have been around for a generation. With WARTILE being a recent entry, the Civilization franchise never wanting to turn its back on its roots, and lesser-known games like Warlock using the system, it's endearing to see more simplistic take on the genre.

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The Sudden Strike series is a renowned World War II, real-time strategy game developed by Fireglow and published by Kalypso Media. Within Sudden Strike 4 the player can choose one of three factions to either play campaign, skirmish or test your skills against another commander in multiplayer. Your choices are from the Allies, the Germans and the Soviets.

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The Sudden Strike series has a long, expansive history within the RTS community. Still holding onto a stable playerbase with past titles, the staff of Kalypso Media and KITE went into Sudden Strike 4 with a clear vision of how to keep its established scene on their side.

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Without treading into the realm of meme-inducing bad pop songs - it's Friday! But we're only saying it once. You know it, we know it; everybody looks forward to the weekend. And we'll only acknowledge its existence for a single reason - video games!