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The Art of Total War

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The Art of Total War
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Genre: Art book
Release Date RRP Code
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$ ISBN-10: 1783292164
ISBN-13: 9781783292165

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The Art of Total War is an art book by Martin Robinson which showcases art for every single game in franchise up to Total War: Attila and Total War Battles: Kingdom, with inclusion of Total War: Arena which was in deep development at the moment of release of this book. It also has a few pages of development history of the franchise.

500 copies of limited edition were also made with an alternate cover, premium slipcase and signed by illustrator Rado Javor.

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Games in the Total War Series
Windows PC
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)
Xbox
Sony PlayStation 2
Spartan: Total Warrior (2005)
Xbox 360
Sony PlayStation 3
Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008)
Google Android OS
iOS
Shogun: Total War Battles (2012) | Total War Battles Free (2012)
Total War related media
Music
Medieval II: Total War Soundtrack (2006) | Music From and Inspired by Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008)
Book
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.
Film
Apparently one of the games came with a documentary.