|Napoleon: Total War|
|Developer: The Creative Assembly Feral Interactive|
|System(s): Windows PC, Steam, OS X|
|Genre: Turn-based strategy|
Napoleon: Total War is a turn-based strategy game developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega for the Windows PC. It is set in the early 19th century and focuses on the career of Napoleon Bonaparte. The player can assume the role of Napoleon or one of his enemies.
Three special editions of the game have been released: Limited Edition, Imperial Edition and Emperor's Edition (which was only released in Australia and New Zealand). All the special editions include additional game content, Imperial Edition comes with an A3 poster of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Emperor's Edition includes a 200mm statue and field journal.
|Games in the Total War Series|
|Shogun: Total War (2000) | Medieval: Total War (2002) | Rome: Total War (2004) | Total War: Eras (2006) | Medieval II: Total War (2006) | Empire: Total War (2009) | Total War Anthology (2009) | Napoleon: Total War (2010) | Total War: Battle Pack (2010) | Total War Mega Pack (2010) | Shogun 2: Total War (2011) | Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai (2012) | Viking: Battle for Asgard (2012) | Rome II: Total War (2013) | Shogun 2: Gold Edition (2013) | Total War: Arena (2015) | Total War: Attila (2015) | Total War Battles: Kingdom (2016) | Total War: Warhammer (2016) | Total War: Warhammer II (2017)|
|Spartan: Total Warrior (2005)|
|Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008)|
|Shogun: Total War Battles (2012) | Total War Battles Free (2012)|
|Total War related media|
|Medieval II: Total War Soundtrack (2006) | Music From and Inspired by Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008)|
|Prima Official Game Guide: Rome Total War: Barbarian Invasion (2005) | Spartan: Total Warrior Official Strategy Guide (2005) | Medieval II: Total War Official Strategy Guide (2006) | Viking: Battle for Asgard Official Strategy Guide (2008) | The Art of Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008) | Rome: Total War - Destroy Carthage (2013) | The Art of Total War (2015) | Total War Rome: The Sword of Attila (2015) + Artbook and art cards with one of the games.|
|Apparently one of the games came with a documentary.|