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Apparently this is happening.

Somebody managed to get a hand on "The Art of Total War book" that is set to be released on the 20th early and on one page of the pages Mike Simpson, one of the total war series developers i assume, is talking about Creative assembly history and future and in the book he says this "and taking the series to a fantasy setting with Total War: WARHAMMER".

Here is a link to the guy who leaked the page in question, with a screen shot of the page.

So guys, what do you think about this? I'm hopeful, but given the cluster that was Rome Total war's lunch and do have worry's, still i wasted more hours of my childhood on CA stuff then I care to admit, so I have High hopes for this. Your guys?
 

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I've been waiting for this for a long time :p. I hope, though, that CA have learned important lessons from Rome II. If they keep the features from Total War: Attila and improve on the A.I. at least somewhat(I'm hoping for something a little smarter than Shogun 2 A.I.), then I thick I would be happy. I'm hearing good things from Attila previews, the game seems much more difficult than Rome II in general, and I like a challenge. Hopefully, that will translate into Total War: Warhammer :eek:k:.
 

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I'm actually masturbating, right now.
 

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I shall watch Attila to see how good this is first before judging as of Rome.



 

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I'm actually masturbating, right now.
I have been for two solid days now, it's about to fall off.
This is going to cost an arm and a leg DLC wise though.........
 
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