Summary: Creative Assembly excels at making new campaigns and this DLC is proof of that. It doesn't have as much content as a fully-fledged expansion, but I would liken it to one of the campaigns from Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms.
Summary: First, I'd like to say I am disappointed to read PC game reviews on Amazon and find that half of them rate the game at 1 star because of the distribution system - in many cases by people who don't even own the game!
Summary: I do enjoy realistic battle scenes in games/movies but this DLC was a bit ridiculous. 1. The biggest thing I really disliked about it was the blood splatter on the screen while your samurai are fighting. Really? 2.
Summary: This game is a great example of learning from past successes and mistakes. The game brings together all the best qualities of Rome, Medieval 2 and Empire Total War while smoothing over the jagged edges that sometimes made gameplay tedious or confusing.
Summary: This reviewer assumes you are familiar with the nuts and bolts of a Total War game and few details of gameplay are given. If you are new to the series and would like to learn the ins and outs of this particular style of game, please refer to the other reviews. Thank you!
Summary: Well, here's the deal. I've never been one for RTS games. Of course, I've played enough to know I only like them a bit. Starcraft 2 never really did it for me. So I decide to try out Shogun 2 at a friend's, and I'm amazed. This game is awesome. Just the way it's played.
Summary: It was a nisfty little addition, but honestly it should have been part of the option for the game, instead of selling it separately, I mean its cool and all when zoomed in when fighting, but when the game is selling for 40 to 50 buck, no reason not to include it originally