Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Sega

The Celts are coming! Total War: Attila getting Celtic Culture Pack

Total War Attila (PC) Celt DLC Pack Announcement - Screenshot 1

Creative Assembly will be adding the Celts in Total War: Attila. The faction will host three playable tribes, the Caledonians, Ebdanians, and Picts. In addition to tribe-specific traits, the faction allows access to Guerrilla Deployment for every unit and an income boost from looting, raiding, and sacking. The pack adds new objectives, skills, faction- and tribe-specific units, tier-five buildings, and narrative event chain. However, no release date was announced.


DLC, PC News

Sega to flex its trunk with Tembo the Badass Elephant for console, PC

Tembo The Badass Elephant (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sega will be giving Sonic a rest later this year when they unleash their latest weapon against the world’s evils: Tembo the Elephant. Or to use its PG-13 name: Tembo the Badass Elephant. The side-scrolling action title from Game Freak for PC, PS4, and Xbox One pits Tembo and his friend Picolo against the dangerous organization known as Phantom. After invading Shell City, the National Guard calls on the patriotic pachyderm to smash, punch, and butt slam his way through 17 levels of Phantom forces. It’s time to earn them peanuts.


PC News, PlayStation 4 News, Xbox One News

The Huns have arrived, Total War: Attila now available for PC

Total War Atilla (PC) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Huns have begun their sweep across Europe today with the release of Total War: Attila. As with the original Rome and its expansion Barbarian Invasion, Attila follows Rome II and brings the timeline forward to the early medieval period. The empire is now split between Western and Eastern halves, and new factions have appeared, such as the Vikings and Goths. New features have also been introduced, such as expanded morale mechanics, including the ability to decimate a mutinous army, along with a branching skill tree, a more involved family tree, and city-management options.


PC News

Rome II and Company of Heroes 2 free for Make War Not Love promo

Total War Rome 2 (PC) August DLC Announcement - Screenshot 2

Total War: Rome II and Company of Heroes 2 are once again going head to head for Valentine’s Day. During the Make War Not Love weekend promotion, the communities of each title will be set against one another in three hour-long rounds. During that time, every in-game victory will be tallied for each side, and the winners will be awarded with free DLC for the victorious title. Special promo-only achievements can also be earned in each title. The competition begins at noon and ends at noon on February 15, and during this time, both games will be free to download through Steam and have their downloadable content discounted.


Contests, PC News

3D Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros. now on eShop for 3DS

3D Fantasy Zone (3DS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 3

Sega has released another re-mastered update from their 3D classics line for 3DS, 3D Fantasy Zone: Opa-Opa Bros. The latest version of the side-scrolling shooter features stereoscopic 3D graphics, an unlockable mode with Upa-Upa as a playable character, and a coin stock feature that allows players to store coins across several sessions to unlock new abilities. Sega has also launched a new contest to coincide with the game’s release, offering contestants the chance to win a limited edition Sega hoodie. Check out their blog for more info.


3DS, Contests

Total War Chronicles to create stories from Attila campaigns

Total War Chronicles (PC) Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new web-based companion app has been announced for Total War: Attila, Total War Chronicles. By utilizing an in-game button, players will be able to view and share a log of their campaigns from Total War: Attila that details important events from their current session. Sessions will be broken up into chapters, and options will be available to name, tag, and point out specific moments with commentary on their timelines. Each campaign shared will be viewable and ratable by others. Chronicles is set to go live alongside the launch of Attila, on February 17.


PC News

Sega bringing 2D fighter Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax stateside

Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax (PS3, PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sega has announced that they are partnering with developers Ecole and French Bread (the studio behind Aksys’ upcoming fighter Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late) for a Western release of Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax. The 2D crossover fighter will feature characters from several Dengeki Bunko titles, some of Sega’s own characters, and Sega-themed environments. The title will be released for the PS3 and PS Vita later this year.


PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News

New Total War: Attila spotlights revamped army management

Creative Assembly has revealed Total War: Attila’s revamped army management systems in a new video. Several new and updated mechanics are featured, including army integrity, decimation, and the family tree. Apparel, companions, items, and skills are also covered. Many of the changes are geared towards increased specialization, with players now able to more easily develop more defensive- or offensive-oriented field armies.


PC News

Shields up! Total War: Rome II – Wrath of Sparta DLC now on Steam

Total War Rome 2 (PC) Wrath of Sparta DLC Announcement - Screenshot 4

War has erupted across the Mediterranean and Aegean in the new downloadable campaign for Total War: Rome II, Wrath of Sparta. In the $14.99 expansion, players will be able to lead Athens, Corinth, Sparta, or the Boeotian League during the nearly three-decade-long Peloponnesian War. Each faction has their own unique units, while a Hellenic focus influences a new technology tree with mathematics and philosophy as well as the various events, which center on the regions’ athletic competitions and festivals.


DLC, PC News

Alien: Isolation update adds Nightmare and Novice difficulty models

Aliens Isolation (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) Nightmare and Novice Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new update has been released for Alien: Isolation that adds two additional difficulty models, Nightmare and Novice. Novice adds additional resources and ammunition, weakens the strength of androids and survivors, and makes distracting a less-aggressive Alien easier in certain portions of the game. On the other end of the spectrum is Nightmare, which limits resources, increases the strength of androids and survivors, upgrades the Alien AI, and starts the player off with a broken tracker that has a distorted display. The update is available for all versions.


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