From NME: "Six years ago, Creative Assembly took a big risk. The Horsham-based studio is best known for the Total War series, which transforms slices of real-world history into sandboxes for players to conquer, but in 2016 the developer released Total War: Warhammer, a fantasy outing that introduced vampires, goblins and demons to the traditionally-historic series.
Today, you need only look at Total War: Warhammer‘s two sequels and numerous downloadable content (DLC) to see the risk paid off.
Now a trilogy, the series was capped off earlier this year with Total War: Warhammer 3, an apocalyptic finale that scored the full five stars in our own review." .Read more on n4g.com