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SHOGUN: Total War - Collection

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Though in history, Kublai Khan’s otherwise unstoppable Mongol Horde were turned back from Japan’s shores by catastrophic weather, in this expansion for SHOGUN: Total War, the ultimate ‘what-if’ question of the period is asked.
As either the invading Mongols or the ruling Hojo clan of Japan, it is up to you to take the islands for the Khan or secure your homeland against an imposing threat.
• Features a new playable faction, and new units on both sides of the conflict.
• Adds new campaign and multiplayer modes.
• Includes a map editor to complete the challenge and further enhance a seminal title.
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Creative Assembly
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
  • Processor: 1 Ghz or faster processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 graphic card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 955 MB available space
  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
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SHOGUN: Total War - Collection reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
The First total War, and the simplest, and turn the best; Because, for the following reasons: 1-2d Board-type Map, where IA is loosely unfolded and sometimes even cunning. Attacks from the first shift, and does not hesitate to take advantage of any weakness. 2-The importance of a good general is key to deciding the battle in your favor. Here a spam of voluminous armies have nothing to do against a well-commanded and morally high army. 3-If You cannot with your enemy on the battlefield, a hitman can do what your inept Generals are not able to do. 4-Each Turn is an adventure that the same leads you to lose a region, which has conquered the enemy. 5-A Part of that we have the typical, to manage the economy and infrastructure to supply the armies, and diplomacy, that said is the only bad thing, because it is useless because it is not respected neither the truces nor the alliances in this game , an endemic case of the total war saga. In Campaign mode There are some less complicated factions to get the shogunate, but only that, because IA will not make it easy. If you want something epic choose some central faction: Clan Takeda, Imagawa, Oda, the latter a little less difficult. The lack of multiplayer campaign is your big must, but to be your initial game you can not ask for more. Battles on the battlefield are not spectacular like their predecessors, but they are still playable. Although I do not commend to play them in person and solve them automatically. In Short, a game that will put you to the test on the tactical map. Totally recommended Do Not hesitate to catch It in Christmas offers from steam.
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Shogun Total War: A benchmark of the genre and first title of the Total War saga, set in the Sengoku period where rival clans fight for control of the territories of Japan (Excluding Hokkaido). Under this concept is implicit the use of diplomacy to be able to advance in the conquest, to eliminate an inferior enemy or to simply remain in "Peace" as long as possible. A fairly simple money management but of, forgetting how it works and spending excessively can lead to rebellions within cities and the loss of territories. The use of agents like diplomats, ninjas or assassins to carry out the mediation, exploration or assassination work of some general who gets in our way makes the experience even more interesting. But The strong point is certainly when we enter the battlefield ready to beat our enemies that sometimes our cunning could rid us of a numerical inferiority, know how to take advantage of the terrain and our units according to their virtues and Flaws can make the difference between victory and defeat. The strengths of this game are:-Its simple but important monetary management-The simplicity of the map can be according to tastes an advantage or disadvantage-agents lead the war to a new terrain-The variety of clans that can be chosen that while not too many , are sufficient and well-balanced The weaknesses are:-Sometimes on the battlefield the enemy takes strategies that might be ridiculous-From time to times you might lose control of one or more regions that you have left behind by different factors- After you have controlled much of the map the result can become obvious with point exceptions Recommending a game is never easy, tastes are often complex. But If you like Japan and its history, strategy, management and large-scale battles then this game is for you. Personal Score 9.5/10.
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