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9.6 out of 10

Total War: Shogun 2

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Overall 10
10

Havent had any problems yet

Chris, Amazon
2 July 2012
  • Summary: So while I will admit that the entire download process was painfully long I havent had any problems. From the time of purchase to being able to play took me about 2 or 3 hours. It is able to start up fine and I havent had any problems with freezing during the game. Game is a lot of fun so far and as a huge fan of the total war series I am pretty happy with this game.
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Overall 10
10

great game

vleb28, Ebay
1 July 2012
Overall 8
8.0

Overall a Fun Game

RG, Amazon
21 May 2012
  • Summary: This is my first foray into the the Total War series. It's an interesting game, with a good bit of a learning curve (from someone coming over from starcraft II). Once I finally got the hange of it, it plays very well. The turn based play with real time battles is a good twist. Plus the ability to use naval support for land troops (and bombarding towns, armies, etc.) is very welcomed. I'd recommend it if the price is low and you enjoy strategy!
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Overall 10
10

Good game

Rise, Amazon
14 May 2012
  • Summary: i have never tried any total war games and WOW what have i been missing this game is awesome graphics are great game play good i spent weeks playing single player and am still not done.
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Overall 10
10

Total war

Kirby, Amazon
10 May 2012
  • Summary: Very good and meaningful , Japan's history about 1000 sentury , no problems if u have a good pc , iam running full I mean max settings
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Overall 8
8.0

distinct and novel concept

Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
10 May 2012
  • Summary: The second downloadable content pack for "Total War: SHOGUN 2", Fall of the Samurai deals, naturally, with the end of the samurai era and the beginnings of modern Japan. Fall of the Samurai takes place during the Boshin War of 1868. Unlike the Sengoku period of the default game, which was about warlords seeking their own power, the Boshin war is a dedicated "civil war" between those who support the Shogun and those who support the Emperor.
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Overall 10
10

Great Game

Evahn, Amazon
20 April 2012
  • Summary: I have always enjoyed the TW games, from the first Shogun to Rome, etc they have always been fun and challenging. I dont really understand the review on here that says the game is too hard, I find that it is a pretty predictable and easy game to play if you use all of the elements of the game, such as agents, proper garrisons, proper navy strength etc.
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Overall 10
10

Like crack...

L. B. McKenzie "McKenzie", Amazon
19 April 2012
  • Summary: Love this game. It is like crack, and much better than Rome TW (which I loved also). One drawback is the level of technology advancement that is attainable before you have to conquer the Shogun. It seems that you have to choose just one or two paths, because the time runs out before you can really get advanced in different tech trees.
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Overall 10
10

Great simulation, fun with friends and intense gameplay ! A+

michelicious11, Ebay
6 April 2012
  • Summary: Great game. The graphic are incredible, the whole gaming experience mind-blowing. I seriously have to calm down and think of my next move for several minutes before ending my turn. The co-op experience is a lot of fun. Japan feodal times are not something I studied or anything but I pretty much felt like it was taught to me through this game.
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Overall 10
10

great game

alex, Amazon
28 March 2012
  • Summary: Loading time is crappy but gameplay is amazing! It would be nice if there were more units to choose from, but they did a great job with the game. I never play naval, as I don't find it as much fun, but that does not take away from gameplay.
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