Amazon Offers Great SEGA PC Deals

Amazon offers some superb deals this time of year. Today and today only they are offering amazing deals on several SEGA games for the PC. The best part? They are all for download, meaning you don’t even have to wait for them to ship! Here’s a few of the deals:

SEGA Power Pack ( 20 downloads including Sonic Generations, Complete Total War series, Football Manager 2012, Renegade Ops, and SEGA Genesis Classic Series): $49.99 (List Price 261.42)

Sonic Generations: $15.00 (List price $29.99)

Total War: Shogun 2: $7.49 (List Price $29.99)


There’s loads more deals, which you can find here.

Napoleon, The Peninsular Campaign

Napoleon: Total War is getting a new expansion pack based around the Iberian Peninsula campaign.

This campaign was predominantly between Napoleon of France, the British Empire, Spain and Portugal. Napoleon had managed to take a large chunk of Europe for France. He wanted to close Europe off to the British who were one of the biggest threats to French territory and trade. Unfortunately for Napoleon, Portugal who were allied with the British were still holding out against French attacks for the time being.

You will start the campaign as British take a small foot hold in Southern Europe. You can either play as the British attempting to expand your hold in Europe, France trying to defend their large landmass and taking portugal. Or Spain fighting the first ever ‘guerrilla warfare’ against French troops.

The game comes out late 2010 and is exclusive to Steam.

Press release below

Napoleon: Total War – New Features trailer

Check out Napoleon: Total War – Community Chapter 2 to find out what is new in the next Total War game, Napoleon: Total War. Including a new multi player mode, general abilities, diplomacy skills and more.

The game is set to release at the end of February. If you are a Sega fan that has yet to try this series out, (I know there’s quite a few of you!) and you have the kind of PC that can run it. This is a good time to start, the depth and level of detail in the Total War series is a marvel!