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Total War: Collection

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Total War: Collection
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
System(s): PC
Genre: Compilation































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Windows PC
UK
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Total War: Collection, not to be confused with the similarly titled Total War Collection, is a compilation for the PC containing "six" Total War games.

Games included

Physical scans

PC, UK
TotalWarCollection PC UK Box.jpg
Cover

References



Games in the Total War Series
Main series
Shogun (2000) | Medieval (2002) | Rome (Barbarian Invasion | Alexander | Gold Edition | Gold Edition II | Anthology) (2004-2006) | Medieval II (Kingdoms | Gold Edition) (2006-2007) | Empire (DLC Collection | Gold Edition) (2009) | Napoleon (2010) | Shogun 2 (Fall of the Samurai | Gold Edition) (2011-2013) | Rome II (2013) | Attila (Tyrants & Kings) (2015-2016) | Warhammer (2016) | Warhammer II (2017)
Spin-offs
Spartan: Total Warrior (2005) | Viking: Battle for Asgard (2008) | Total War: Arena (2015) | Shogun: Total War Battles (2012) | Total War Battles Free (2012) | Total War Battles: Kingdom (2016) | Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia (2018)
Compilations
Shogun: Total War/Medieval: Total War (20xx) | Empire: Total War/Napoleon: Total War (201x)
Total War: Eras (2006) | Total War Anthology (2009) | Total War: Battle Pack (2010) | Total War Mega Pack (2010) | Total War: Collection (201x) | Total War: Ages (201x)
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.