Updated Medieval II demo

With a new map.

SEGA has released an updated demo of Medieval II: Total War, adding a new map to the line-up of the previous release, which had apparently been ripped from a magazine cover-disk.

So that means you get the Battle of Hastings (a tutorial), the Battle of Pavia and the Battle of Agincourt, and if that's not enough battling for you, the new addition if the Battle of Otumba.

You can download the 640MB demo from SEGA (direct file link), and the full game's due out on 10th November.

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