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Creative Assembly is a British video game developer established in 1987 in the West Sussex town of Horsham. The company worked on porting games to DOS from Amiga and ZX Spectrum platforms, later working with Creator/ElectronicArts to produce a variety of games under the EA Sports brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer game Videogame/ShogunTotalWar which was highly successful for the Creative Assembly and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in the Videogame/TotalWar series built on the triumph, increasing the company's critical and commercial success.

In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. They also had a PlayingAgainstType with Videogame/AlienIsolation.

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Creative Assembly is a British video game developer established in 1987 in the West Sussex town of Horsham. The company worked on porting games to DOS from Amiga and ZX Spectrum platforms, later working with Creator/ElectronicArts to produce a variety of games under the EA Sports brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer game Videogame/ShogunTotalWar ''Videogame/ShogunTotalWar'' which was highly successful for the Creative Assembly and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in the Videogame/TotalWar ''Videogame/TotalWar'' series built on the triumph, increasing the company's critical and commercial success.

In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. ''Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior'', ''Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard''. They also had a PlayingAgainstType with Videogame/AlienIsolation.
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* ''VideoGame/TotalWarShogun2''
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* ''Videogame/AlienIsolation''
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''Videogame/ShogunTotalWar'' (2000)
* ''Rugby''
''Rugby'' (2001)
* ''VideoGame/MedievalTotalWar''
''VideoGame/MedievalTotalWar'' (2002)
* ''VideoGame/RomeTotalWar''
''VideoGame/RomeTotalWar'' (2004)
* ''Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior''
''Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior'' (2005)
* ''VideoGame/MedievalIITotalWar''
''VideoGame/MedievalIITotalWar'' (2006)
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''Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard'' (2008)
* ''VideoGame/EmpireTotalWar''
''VideoGame/EmpireTotalWar'' (2009)
* ''Videogame/{{Stormrise}}''
''Videogame/{{Stormrise}}'' (2009)
* ''VideoGame/NapoleonTotalWar''
''VideoGame/NapoleonTotalWar'' (2010)
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''VideoGame/TotalWarShogun2'' (2011)
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''VideoGame/TotalWarRomeII'' (2013)
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''Videogame/AlienIsolation'' (2014)
* ''VideoGame/TotalWarAttila''
''VideoGame/TotalWarAttila'' (2015)
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''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'' (2016)
* ''VideoGame/HaloWars2''
''VideoGame/HaloWars2'' (2017)
* ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammerII''''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammerII'' (2017)


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* ''[[VideoGame/TotalWarRomeII Total War: Rome II]]'' ''VideoGame/TotalWarRomeII''



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Creative Assembly is a British video game developer established in 1987 in the West Sussex town of Horsham. The company worked on porting games to DOS from Amiga and ZX Spectrum platforms, later working with Creator/ElectronicArts to produce a variety of games under the EA Sports brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer game Videogame/ShogunTotalWar which was highly successful for the Creative Assembly and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in the[[index]] Videogame/TotalWar [[/index]]series built on the triumph, increasing the company's critical and commercial success.

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Creative Assembly is a British video game developer established in 1987 in the West Sussex town of Horsham. The company worked on porting games to DOS from Amiga and ZX Spectrum platforms, later working with Creator/ElectronicArts to produce a variety of games under the EA Sports brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer game Videogame/ShogunTotalWar which was highly successful for the Creative Assembly and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in the[[index]] the Videogame/TotalWar [[/index]]series series built on the triumph, increasing the company's critical and commercial success.


Creative Assembly is a British video game developer established in 1987 in the West Sussex town of Horsham. The company worked on porting games to DOS from Amiga and ZX Spectrum platforms, later working with Creator/ElectronicArts to produce a variety of games under the EA Sports brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer game Videogame/ShogunTotalWar which was highly successful for the Creative Assembly and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in the Videogame/TotalWar series built on the triumph, increasing the company's critical and commercial success.

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Creative Assembly is a British video game developer established in 1987 in the West Sussex town of Horsham. The company worked on porting games to DOS from Amiga and ZX Spectrum platforms, later working with Creator/ElectronicArts to produce a variety of games under the EA Sports brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer game Videogame/ShogunTotalWar which was highly successful for the Creative Assembly and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in the the[[index]] Videogame/TotalWar series [[/index]]series built on the triumph, increasing the company's critical and commercial success.

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In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. They also had a PlayingAgainstTheType with Videogame/AlienIsolation.

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In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. They also had a PlayingAgainstTheType PlayingAgainstType with Videogame/AlienIsolation.


In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. They also had a PlayingAgainstTheType with Videogame/AlineIsolation.

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In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. They also had a PlayingAgainstTheType with Videogame/AlineIsolation.Videogame/AlienIsolation.


In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Spartan: Total Warrior, Viking: Battle for Asgard. and SurvivalHorror with Alien Isolation.

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In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Spartan: Total Warrior, Viking: Battle for Asgard. and SurvivalHorror Videogame/SpartanTotalWarrior, Videogame/VikingBattleForAsgard. They also had a PlayingAgainstTheType with Alien Isolation.
Videogame/AlineIsolation.


In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the Creative Assembly entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Spartan: Total Warrior, Viking: Battle for Asgard. and SurvivalHorror with Alien Isolation.

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In March 2005, the Creative Assembly was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} as a European subsidiary. Under Sega, further Total War titles were developed, and the Creative Assembly company entered the console market with action-adventure games such as Spartan: Total Warrior, Viking: Battle for Asgard. and SurvivalHorror with Alien Isolation.

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