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6.8 out of 10

Medieval: Total War

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The Wargamer
2 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Leonis Software has released a downloadable strategy guide for MedievalII: Total War called the Warboard. It says something about the Medieval II: Total War that such a product even exists. And that, in itself, speaks volumes of the quality of the Total War franchise's output over the last decade.
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Warboard for Medieval Total War

The Wargamer
2 February 2009
  • Excerpt: An electronic strategy guide for Medieval II: Total War is available for gamers looking to improve their game.
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Medieval

The Armchair Empire
22 February 2006
  • Conclusion: for diplomacy, presumably through well thought out arranged marriages, and priests that can help to spread your beliefs to neighboring lands. Interestingly, religion will play a prominent role in Medieval II , reflecting the sway that the Catholic Church held over Europe during the Middle Ages. The Pope will always be watching the various nations’ behavior, ensuring that their leaders’ policies are appropriately pious.
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Overall 10
9.5

Medieval: Total War

Deaf Gamers
31 March 2005
  • Conclusion: Quite simply breath taking. It just isn't possible to do the game justice in a review. Fans of Shogun or fans of strategy games in general owe it to themselves to own Medieval Total War.
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The Wargamer
30 March 2005
  • Excerpt: The Wargamer is pleased to present VikingHorde with this Award for Excellence for Medieval: Total War XL.  Medieval: Total War XL makes a great game even better, extending the life of this terrific strategy game with more depth and rich play.I love PC gaming. And I especially love the high levels of immersion and almost endless amounts of modifications that can be added to recent strategy and tactical titles.
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Medieval: Total War XL Mod

The Wargamer
30 March 2005
  • Excerpt: Lloyd Sabin has discovered a unique new modification for Creative Assembly's terrific Medieval: Total War, which makes the game a more challenging and deep gaming experience.
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Overall 9
8.5

Medieval: Total War

The Gamers Temple
27 June 2004
  • Excerpt: If you've played the game Shogun: Total War, then you'll find a lot familiar with Medieval: Total War.  Not that that's necessarily a bad thing - with Medieval: Total War you'll get the same strategic and tactical component, including the massive real-time battles for which the first game was known.  Medieval: Total War is not an expansion game, though; it is a complete game and stands on its own.
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Medieval Total War Battle Collection

The Armchair Empire
3 April 2004
  • Conclusion: In fact, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the shear scope of preparing for battle with the number of different available units and trying to prevent battles from spiraling into chaotic messes. Preparing for battle doesn’t involve plunking down production facilities and churning out a horde of troops to throw to throw at your enemy.
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teamps2.com
7 January 2004
  • Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: Far younger and far superior than its brother Shogun comes Medieval: Total War , a game that will at least satisfy those of the European persuasion. The graphics in Medieval come in two flavors. The first is the Campaign screen, which is essentially a two-dimensional map. The other is the battle screen, which occurs real-time and completely in 3D.
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Overall 9
9.0

Medieval: Total War

Thunderbolt Games
25 September 2003
  • Excerpt: This is an age of darkness…a world of fear, power…and death…but a few forge their destiny……Medieval…Total War We all played with toy knights in shining armour when we were little, but the real thing was far from glamorous. Behind the legends of King Arthur, Robin Hood and co. lie one of the most brutal eras of combat ever seen by man. Millions of men fought side by side in bloody battles which left thousands killed, wounded or homeless.
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