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Found 3 results

  1. Mirh

    Sephus ddraw fix

    Version

    1,779 downloads

    Originally taken from http://forums.totalwar.org/vb/showthread.php?142044-Fix-for-resolution-problems
  2. Andytizer

    Rome II - sorry from Creative Assembly

    Creative Assembly: We went into some detail in a Port Report about how Rome II launched with a number of issues. Now, Creative Assembly have gone into full bug fixing mode and have created a number of forum threads of player-made fixes that people can apply whilst the game is being patched. Creative Assembly - next time, why not link to our Rome II PCGamingWiki article? It's user-editable, can always be kept up to date, and it's far less cumbersome than having pages of links that only a CA staff member can edit.
  3. Creative Assembly: We went into some detail in a Port Report about how Rome II launched with a number of issues. Now, Creative Assembly have gone into full bug fixing mode and have created a number of forum threads of player-made fixes that people can apply whilst the game is being patched. Creative Assembly - next time, why not link to our Rome II PCGamingWiki article? It's user-editable, can always be kept up to date, and it's far less cumbersome than having pages of links that only a CA staff member can edit. Click here to view the article
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