❾-50%}Really well. The first Total War: Warhammer showed that Games Workshop's fantasy universe was a perfect match for Creative Assembly's massive battles and impressively detailed units. Savage: The Battle for Newerth. The different factions are so distinct, and have more personality than they did in the original game—hence Soviet squids and Allied dolphins. It's a bit buggy in places but not as bad as the above, and generally is probably one title that didn't need bringing into the 21st Century. Dawn of War III has the most impressive large-scale battles of the series by far. Nintendo GameCube. Each forms part of the narrative-driven campaign mode so there's a compelling story to follow along in conjunction with the action. Video game platforms. Prequel to Myth and Myth II. You might have nodded grudgingly, or groaned inwardly. Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault. You can probably only have one. Beam , Papyrus. Your goal in Frostpunk is to build a new civilization from scratch in the freeze of winter with limited resources, giving orders to your people and enacting policies to make that happen. Supremacy: Your Will Be Done. Support Forums Stats.