Joab chats with Blizzard's Chris Sigaty about the full release of Heroes of the Storm and the challenges faced in eSports in Australia!
Taking HotS to the Aussie eSports Streets!
Everything we currently know about Fallout 4, Post-E3!
Everything We Now Know Post-E3 About Fallout 4!
Before the world goes Fallout 4 crazy we take a look back at the game that started it all
Throwback Thursday: Fallout (1997)
We take Avalanche Studios' Mad Max for the proverbial spin, and speak with the developers!
Mad Max Hands-On and Developer Interview!
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:29pm 01/02/12 | 1 Comments
The newest expansion pack (read: not DLC) for Total War: Shogun 2, Fall of the Samurai, has been given a worldwide release date of March 23, 2012 for the PC platform.

The new addition to the popular and well-received Shogun 2, is almost the same size as the original game but doesn't require Shogun 2 to play. It features a number of new additions and improvements including an expanded map, new agents, a more robust naval battle system and the most significant addition of all: Western influence. We're currently dabbling in a preview build of the game and also recently caught up with The Creative Assembly's Craig Laycock, who serves as the series' community manager, so stay tuned for a deeper look at this newest expansion, right here on AusGamers.



total war shogun 2segathe creative assemblyrelease datefall of the samurai





Latest Comments
Grundar
Posted 01:00pm 01/2/12
Should be quite enjoyable, loved the original Shogun (and the whole TW series) from back in the day and I have very much enjoyed Shogun 2 (except of course the unavoidable point where you hit the territory threshold and even your staunchest allies turn upon you - hate that wish, they would fix that).

Hopefully Tom Cruise doesn't make an appearance in this expansion pack - you know, as the Last Samurai/Awesome Civil War Warrior/Super Cowboy etc.. Honestly when I saw the art to the expansion I instantly thought of that movie.
Commenting has been locked for this item.