Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", 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.
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...
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.
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.
Summary: I am still waiting for the boxed limited edition, but went ahead and ordered the download. Yes, I'm a diehard! So far I have not been disappointed. First, the game plays different than Rise of the Samurai and the standard game.
Summary: This is a high-end graphics gamer's dream, with beautiful graphics the game looks quite amazing from videos I've seen. However, if your computer isn't at the top of the food-chain expect for a little bit of hurting in the graphics department.
Recommend buying a hard copy in case it doesn't work
21 February 2012
Summary: Before anyone accuses me of what has become the standard reasons for the game not working: Yes, my Steam account works just fine. Yes, I am using a high-speed, non-wireless internet connection.
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.