Summary: Just started playing this night so take it for what it's worth. My comments are only incomparison to total war and its not a step up in my mind but rather a nice addition. It doesnt seem to have the cultural and physical growth of cities like previous total wars so thats a change but very intriguing...
Summary: Very addictive and fun game but our rig has to me excellent. I got very into it and then all of a sudden it would freeze on me but luckily there was a auto save feature. Game play confusing at first but after you get a hang of it it's amazing. P.S.
Summary: just what i expected from the total war series! i got a new computer quad core just to play this game!!!!!!!!! playing it on intergrated 4200 hd till my psu comes in the mail for my radeon hd 5670 1gb.
Summary: Game's got deep strategy, extremely high replayability and is super fun to boot. Just a caveat to use the activation code on Steam before DLing it over the Amazon game downloader, it's a waste of time, so just DL it straight on Steam.
Summary: UPDATE REVIEW: I'm starting to more corrupted save files now and lost hours of game-play, very frustrating! Reduced rating from 4 stars to 2 STARS. It was fun while it worked though. As another reviewer has stated, it's best to download the game from Steam.
Summary: First impressions are very positive - exotic setting, very polished interface, graphics and audio (the music score alone is worth the purchase). The game looks stunning after the DirectX11 patch was released.
Summary: These folks Sold me a game with a invalid key! Don't buy from them because they have no way of knowing what they are selling you. I asked them to send me another game and refund my money and that way I'm a happy buyer and I tell my friends and they wouldn't do that. Do not buy from these people!!!!!
Summary: This game is great. As a fan of RTS games and samurais, this was like a dream come true. Most of the bad reviews are not about the game itself, but the fact that this game requires a lot of hardware. I am running this on my ASUS G75vw-ds72, and it runs just fine although it can get slow at places.
Summary: For me, after a brilliant start with Shogun, Medieval, and Rome, the Total War series got too bogged down with a glut of unit types. What I liked about the first three was that the simplicity of tactical knowledge required - pikemen > horsemen > archers > pikemen - to play the game did not create a...