Conclusion: Overall though, Medieval: Total War is a masterfully done strategy management game, which furthers the excellent concepts that were introduced in Shogun: Total War. It is a well-conceived and intelligent game, which serves as evidence that a lot of careful deliberation has went into its development.
Pros: An excellent idea expanded, enhanced and polished. Addictive and intelligent;
Cons: Quirky unit management issues. When will my soldiers learn to face the enemy and not the nearby hillside?
Medieval: Total War achieves that rare quality of having something for nearly all strategy gamers, and most will find a lot to like in it, for a very long time.
27 August 2002
Summary: Medieval: Total War, like its predecessor, Shogun, is both a turn-based strategy game and a real-time tactical combat game featuring massive armies containing hundreds or even thousands of troops.
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