Summary: Another Total War edition. I was very happy to see a "local" campaign mission, instead of the all spanning global battlefields in Rome and Empire. Additionally, the concept of moving to a whole new theater type, moving away from a Europe central game was interesting.
Summary: This is a great add-on to a great series of games, and for only $6! This add-on gives a lot of content and redirects the flow of the game. Instead of trying to overthrow the shogun and take over Japan, you start as a on of three families that will become the future shogun.
Summary: I played the original Shogun, then Medieval, Rome, and pretty much focused on the melee type games rather than Empire or Napoleon. I have no experience on the multiplayer or avatar portions of this game.
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.