Summary: Pro's: Immersive campaign map. Strategic planning based on seasons and unique clans with different play styles. Great tactical battle mode simulation, I have replayed the game many times. Cons: Processor intensive but only uses two cores by design. Inefficient use of hardware.
Summary: At first I did not like it. I did not understand how to do things. As I failed alot, and learned... it became very clear that this took some planning. The diplomacy is a major part of this game. Quite updated from Medieval TW 2, upon which I tend to judge all other products of this genre.
Warning, your typical Japanese samurai has more blood than the average human.
26 January 2014
Summary: I purchased this product over two years ago, it manages to implement a gore factor of multination and samurai's covered in mass amounts of blood. It's considerably decent for the money, but there's a ridiculous count of blood that spews from samurai's, it feels as if this was inspired by the Mortal...
Summary: I was not much of a fan of this game because so far it looks like each faction has the same type of unit. When it comes to my warring factions I like it when each one has their own unit lay out is tailor made to kill for them. Did not like the siege battles.