19th March 2010
POW, BIFF, BAM, BAFTA!
Empire: Total War wins a BAFTA for best strategy game 2010. ID Fight Choreographer Ronin Traynor worked on Total War as fight choreographer and motion capture performer in partnership with Chris Wolff, creating some exciting action sequences.
Total War faced some stiff competition, beating Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Uprising and Halo Wars amongst others to win Britain’s most prestigious accolade for excellence in video games. It also won best strategy game at the Danish Game Awards 2010 (DGA10).
Set in the 18th century, Empire: Total War brings the Industrial Revolution, America’s struggle for independence and a world facing increasing globalisation to life. Needless to say, war and conflict go hand in hand with these historic developments, providing lots of inspiration for creating the dramatic action that fans have come to expect.
Empire: Total War, developed by Sega/Creative Assembly, is available in stores now.