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Total War: Three Kingdoms
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Total War: Three Kingdoms is the next major historical title in the Total War series, developed by The Creative Assembly. It was announced on January 10, 2018, and released on May 23, 2019. The game is set in China during Three Kingdoms era.

The game features two game modes. The first mode, "Romance", is based on the highly romanticized account of the era, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, in which generals are gifted with nearly superhuman strength. Another mode, "Classic ", based on Records of the Three Kingdoms, presents a more historically accurate version. In Classic, the generals have their powers removed and they can no longer be commanded separately.(Read More)

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Total War series
Total War series

Total War is a series of computer strategy games developed by The Creative Assembly. The game series is a combination of turn-based strategy also including real-time tactical control of battles. Currently, the Total War series are all featured before the 20th century, featuring technologies such as crossbows to steam engines.(Read More)

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HMS Victory

HMS Victory is a British First Rate Ship of the Line featured in Empire: Total War. Boasting some of the highest firepower and hull strength of any ship in the game, she is a force to be reckoned with on the open seas.

Historically, HMS Victory is perhaps most famous for her participation at the decisive Battle of Trafalgar, where an outnumbered British fleet under the command of Admiral Horatio Nelson decisively defeated a Franco-Spanish fleet led by Pierre-Charles Villeneuve, thereby granting the British and their allies naval superiority for the remainder of the Napoleonic Wars. Due to her venerable history, HMS Victory remains intact in the modern day as the last First Rate Ship of the Line still afloat (and nominally still in service with the British Navy). (Read More)


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