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Sega is closing their Australian development studio, formerly known as Creative Assembly Australia, reports Kotaku, saying they've confirmed this with SEGA, who tell them the closure will happen "later this year." Not to be confused with the main U.K. branch of The Creative Assembly, the primary maintainer of the Total War series which is apparently unaffected by the move, Creative Assembly Australia is most noted for some ports of some Sonic games. Update: This studio did actually work on the Total War series, and was the main developer on Medieval II: Total War.
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