[an error occurred while processing this directive] Game Information: Included Maps/Scenarios
REWRITE HISTORY YOUR WAY
Built-in scenarios allow you to relive some of the world's greatest battles.
Source: IGN Preview
IGN PREVIEW UPDATE
(27 June 2000, 21:16 EST) It's been six weeks since the first installment, but today IGN updated their preview
"CTP2 will ship with several historical and fictional scenarios. If that's not good enough for you, you can use the scenario editor to create your own".
Source: Apolyton Forums, Gamestar Preview
From forum thread Gamestar Preview, need clarification!!!
There are 5 Scenarios in the making. As example David White (Lead Designer) mentioned a Scenario around Alexander the Great.
IGN DESIGNER DIARY, ENTRY #1
(31 August 2000, 1:31 EST) In a similar fashion to our own CTPII Week feature [see below], IGN PC released the first installment of their new Designer Diary on CTPII. The guest writers who brought the information to IGN are Activision's Parker Davis, Senior Producer and Doug Pearson, Line Producer. Some of the information is a reiteration of what had already been released to the gaming populace, but at the same time other portions of it are first-account reports.
"We've added three new scenarios to [CTPII]", Davis and Pearson write. "The first covering the Alexander the Great campaign, another on Nuclear Detente, and lastly one covering [WWII]. Each of these scenarios should last over 25+ hours. With the included editor and scripting tools you will be able to make your own scenarios with a little effort".
JAPANESE SCENARIO REPLACES WW2
(13 October 2000, 11:40 EST) Lt John made the announcement on the thread about the PCG-UK article:
One change since the article was written. The World War II scenario has been replaced with a Japanese Feudal Lord scenario. We hope to release the WW2 scenario online after the game ships.
Looking forward to seeing both...
MOD., ANC., MID. AGE, FAN., FIC
(29 October 2000, 11:40 EST) That's the order in which you voted each kind of scenario. The exact results are shown on the right, and you can also view the comments
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