Cheers Jarcon - much better memory/ knowledge than me :)
Seeing as we are about a week from year end, I'll be interested to see whether the change in direction in the tabletop gaming side is having a beneficial impact when the report comes out. In my demographic (40's old timers) the new boxed sets are going down very well, whether that equates to better sales overall remains to be seen.
Actually the 2012 figure is quite likely to be a chunk of the payment made by Sega to secure the rights for the Total War game - Dawn of War 2 was released in 2009, so it's unlikely to have still been providing such large payments post release.
The announcement by Sega of their partnership with Games Workshop occurred in December 2012
As to whether there are royalties for total war as well - unknown.
Reviews released of the game today, 9's across the board from 8 sites linked on steam which is very good lots of positives to describe the game. 171,000 people are following the game thread on steam so I would suggest this is a good indicator for reasonable sales. i think GAW will be in my profile very soon. and the Game in my games library too!
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Any knowledgeable persons on here aware of the earnings GAW receive from the games associated with their products. Having just seen an AD for warhammer Total War (Total war being a very successful series) does GAW make a reasonable return from these games in royalties as this could be a big one.
Any info much appreciated can't seem to find anything myself. Ty in advance
I have made a bit from GAW in the past and always liked the divi so I have decided to come back in. I am still frustrated by the board for not embracing the modern way to interact with consumers, I hope they wake up.
I feel there is an opportunity for store costs to be reduced as supermarkets are crying out for this type of thing to help fill their excessively large stores, this would increase awareness and footfall if GAW can sign a deal with e.g. Tesco or Sainsburys.
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