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The 8 Best Games Like Total War, for Dominating at Large and Small Scale

The best games “like” Total War are tough to pin down. Total War encompasses so many ideas across so many different settings that even it doesn’t exactly know what games are “like” Total War at times. Do you focus on the story-driven fantasy of Total War: Warhammer, the scenario perfection…

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Total War: Warhammer 3 is the Final Piece of a Decade’s Ambition

When Total War: Warhammer was announced in 2015 and then released in 2016, it came with a set of promises and expectations, both implicit and explicit. That this would revitalize a Total War series then struggling to live up to its reputation. That it would encapsulate the entire Warhammer Fantasy world (or at least as much as…

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REVIEWS

Troy: A Total War Saga Is The History Channel of Video Games and I Love It

The Total War Saga series has felt, to this point, somewhat lacking an identity. Thrones of Britannia received a middling response from genre fans because it never felt different from traditional Total War. The historical specificity was there; the sense of place was there. Yet the systems were firmly grounded…

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Total War: Warhammer Greenskin guide

The most orc-related fun you can have without a nemesis system!

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Total War: Warhammer Dwarf Army guide

You're in the - Dwarf - Army now.

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Total War: Warhammer Vampire Counts guide

Everybody wants to rule the world. These guys do it with undead style.

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Friday tidbits: Overwatch of Thrones, Trek swimsuits, and a Cat Girl Without Salad

Start your holiday weekend off on a weird note with these fun, fabulous stories you may've missed.

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Total War: Warhammer review

The most exciting Total War since the dawn of the Orc age.

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Tactics vs Strategy: what the differences are, and why you should care

People sometimes use these terms interchangeably, but they actually refer to two very different things. So what do they mean, really? And why does it matter to you?

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