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 Gameguru Mania News - Oct,10 2006 -  
Medieval II: Total War demo - demo
(hx) 03:39 AM EDT - Oct,10 2006 - Post a comment / read (2)
Sega has released a playable demo for Medieval II: Total War, allowing you to try out the upcoming fourth installment of the award-winning Total War series of strategy games. This demo contains a tutorial based on the Battle of Hastings, along with the Battle of Pavia and Battle of Agincourt maps. The 488MB download can be found on 3D Downloads, 3DGamers, FileFront, FileShack, PixelRage, VGPro and WP.
last 10 comments:
Safer(07:50 AM EDT - Oct,10 2006 )
"Get into me harddrive!"

Finally something not bloated, released by EA and sucky! Go Total War!

Stumpus(10:36 AM EDT - Oct,15 2006 )
Bit shoddy that CA have left out support for AMD XP SSE.... (demo only supports SSE2) No bloody wonder folks are getting crap frame rates.

The other side, is that the full game supports SSE and is fully optimised a whole lot better than the demo! :D according to a post here

I can't judge it yet, though it appears that it isn't as addictive nor that the hype matches the build-up. Maybe too used to the crystal clear graphics of R:TW? Fighting close in is a pain in the gras trying to work out where your units are in amongst the orgy of battle :lol:

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