Napoleon invades Steam

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More On: Napoleon: Total War
Sega's Napoleon: Total War has a new demo out on Steam. Now free of charge you can relive some of the battles fought by France's most formidable military genius. In the demo you get the typical tutorial battles and also the Battle of Ligny, where the French brought the pain to the Prussians. The demo also includes some videos of both the single and multiplayer modes. The best part? You don't have to sleep only two hours a night to beat the demo.


SAN FRANCISCO (March 10, 2010) – SEGA® of America, Inc., today announced that the demo for Napoleon: Total War™, the next iteration of the critically acclaimed Total War™ series, is available on Steam™ today. Players can learn how to lead an army to victory in the tutorial for land battles, while testing their strategies at the Battle of Ligny where Napoleon’s army takes on the powerful Prussian forces. As land battles are only a portion of the game, a campaign map video and multiplayer video highlighting other important product features are also included in the demo.

Napoleon: Total War builds on the successful Total War series by including all the features from previous games such as full 3D land and naval battles, a detailed campaign map, and an in depth diplomacy system. Napoleon: Total War takes Total War a step further by adding features such as a multiplayer campaign mode, a narrative structure and drop-in battles. The game also supports multi core processing out of the box making use of the most advance technology available for PCs.

“The new 2010 Intel® Core™ processor family unleashes the true potential of SEGA’s second generation multi-threaded engine, as used in Napoleon: Total War. Broadening playability on a greater number of mainstream PC platforms and on higher-end platforms, enabling greater visual fidelity during battles on both land and sea, immersing the player even deeper into the heat of the battle.’ says Aaron Coday, Intel EMEA Engineering Manager.

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