Total War Battles™: SHOGUN, this year’s hit real-time strategy game for mobile, is now available on Steam for PC and Mac. Total War Battles™: SHOGUN delivers quick-fire, tactical combat balanced with strategic building and unit management. All set in a beautifully illustrated Medieval Japan.
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Udgivelsesdato: 29. aug 2012
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About This Game

Total War Battles™: SHOGUN, this year’s hit real-time strategy game for mobile, is now available on Steam for PC and Mac.

Total War Battles™: SHOGUN delivers quick-fire, tactical combat balanced with strategic building and unit management. All set in a beautifully illustrated Medieval Japan.

Key Features:

THE COMPLETE AND ENHANCED TOTAL WAR BATTLE EXPERIENCE

Total War Battles: SHOGUN on Steam is the most complete and up-to-date version of the game. Including enhanced visuals such as anti-aliasing, improved shadows and additional lighting effects. Plus a broader overview of mission-maps, all the better to plan your genious strategies.

Total War Battles™: SHOGUN on Steam also includes Steam-specific features, such as Achievements and leaderboard rankings.

As an additional bonus, on purchase the game also automatically unlocks the Sendai Faction Pack for use in Total War: Shogun 2 – Fall Of The Samurai.

COMPETE FOR THE SUPREMACY OF MEDIEVAL JAPAN

Lead your clan to battle through more than 10 hours of story-driven campaign set in the world of Total War™; winner of “Best Strategy Game of 2011” awards from Gamespot, IGN, Gamespy and GameTrailers.

BUILD YOUR ECONOMY & YOUR WAR MACHINE

Deploy and manage your bases to generate resources and recruit units including samurai, archers, ninjas and cavalry. Each victory awards XP to spend on building and troop upgrades that will make a decisive difference to your future battles.

A UNIQUE TAKE ON REAL-TIME BATTLES

Total War Battles™: SHOGUN introduces a new real-time battle system that feels both familiar and fresh. The hex-based battle map allows for quick and simple unit movements that lead to deep and cunning strategies. However, as followers of the “Bushido” code of conduct, your units can never turn back – this twist to classic RTS gameplay adds tension and intensity to the action, making each victory even more rewarding.

SKIRMISH MODE

Play through six standalone battles in Normal, Hard or Shogun difficulty. Compete against other players on the leaderboards and unlock new Skirmish achievements.

STRATEGY FOR ALL

Total War™ fans will naturally enjoy the intense, deep and rewarding action-strategy gameplay, while more casual strategy fans will appreciate the Zen simplicity of the tutorial battles, scalable difficulty level and hint system that will soon make them a tactical master.

Systemkrav

PC
Mac
    Minimumskrav:
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:1,5 GHz
    • Hukommelse:512 MB RAM
    • Grafik:256 MB (Shader Model 2.0)
    • Harddiskplads: 700 MB
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo / Athlon X2, at least 2 GHz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB (Shader Model 2.0 required)
    • Hard Disk Space: 700 MB
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: 1.83 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 1 GB
    • Graphics: 128 MB Graphics card (Shader Model 2.0)
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X 10.7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo / Core i5
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: 512 MB Graphics card (Shader Model 2.0 required)
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB
Helpful customer reviews
7 af 11 brugere (64%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
1.4 timer bogført
This game can be fun if you you buy it on sale and are smart enough not to expect a real Total War game but a port of a mobile game. So if you want to kill a hour or two and this game is on sale for like a dollar or so, there are worst games to buy on Steam. Just keep it in perspective, also the game does have a ingame experience store, so for that reason I barely recommend it.
Indsendt: 26. september
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4.1 timer bogført
its a hard but fun moble game
Indsendt: 28. september
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2.0 timer bogført
Limited ability to acrue in-game currency without having microtransactions thrown at you, this game is very much not worth the full price tag. The gameplay is a touch on the slow side, with army advancement occuring at a snail's pace. The controls are quite limited and obviously designed for a touchpad, including the interface itself.

For a game which claims it is complete and enhanced it feels like just another phone/pad game that was poorly ported. The fact that the microtransactions are not mentioned in the game description, but that the EXP (in-game currency) is billed as being a key, fundamental part of your economy and army is a massive red flag on it's own.

I highly recommend not purchasing this game unless at a significant discount.
Indsendt: 4. oktober
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16.0 timer bogført
actually a very good game if u like strategy and also good graphics!I like it much BUT in campaign u gotta buy some stuff with real money whih realy anooyed me cuz if u dont have money in your steam account u cant go on with the campaign!
Indsendt: 9. oktober
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18.4 timer bogført
This game is not that bad.This game is actually quite enjoyable if you play it on shogun mode.And i love the way samurai deflect arrows too.But i still recommend buy it when it's is on sale.
Indsendt: 19. oktober
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9.1 timer bogført
Total War Battles: Shogun is a spin-off title of Total War series. It's still real-time strategy, but is much smaller-scaled and battlefield is divided into hexes. Ok, I lied, it's more of puzzl-ish PlantsVsZombie-ish strategy. It first came on iDevices before it got ported on PC and it contains microtransactions, but you can beat game without bonuses. It also comes with Sendai Faction DLC for Total War Shogun 2 as bonus.

Now, if you expect normal Total War gameplay in this mobile spin-off then you should just ignore this game. There is no strategic grand map, everything is done on battlefield. Forget about formation and army of troops or any sign of epic battles if that's what you enjoyed, you control individual units here who can walk only forward.
The battlefield is made up of few long lines of hexes. Generals and their bodyguards are at the left and right end of battlefield. Each player can build their base on their own side... Well, more exactly, player can built his base on left side, while AI already has all the needed buildings pre-placed. It will make you remember some block-based puzzles, as each building takes not only single hex, but also sets roads hexes around, which shouldn't overlap other buildings either. Connects some types of buildings as well. One thing for sure, it will take effort to squeeze extra buildings into little space that you are given, but worth it.
Once you set up building, you can train units there and constuct extra buildings as well. Buildings also start to generate recources. And if you put building near corresponding terrain (woodcutter camp near tree), you can get some extra, as clickable icons will sometimes appear, enraging those who hate anything related to smartphone gaming.
Once you build the unit, you can drag it to spawn it at your side of battlefield. Another thing you will notice, is that units can more only forward, as well as move to either below or above line of hexes (this ability has a cooldown to it too!). Units can fight in melee in three forward directions of hex they stand on, while ranged attacks can hit only targets on same line. So yes, once troops goes offense, you can't going to be able to return them to defend your base. AI also loves to spawn units behind your army when you reach his side, making you care of defense once again.
One thing for sure, is that the game draaags ooooon... Units move slow and recources don't rain off the sky either, so it's very slow-paced game.
On good side, at least fighting itself looks pretty, units exhanging blows between each other. Yes, the counter system of paper-rock-scrissor is still there, but they feel more on "have higher chance of winning", I seen few occasions where Samurais, despite being weak to cavarly, were able to kill few cavarly units in a row. (protip: Spam Samurais)
You also can freely start to "build" (focus) General's powers as well, which work like powerups. Always have few of those in making.

Now, as for modes, there are Campaign and Skirmish. Multiplayer was ommited from PC release, which used one screen anyway and would be damn hard to play on PC. There are six Skirmish battles to choose with three difficulty setting, which isn't much to write about. As said it flows slowly and feels like AI has a head-start with recources, but starts to lose slowly as battle drags and drags on.
Campaign, like in many strategy games, serves tutorial purposes, slowly introducing new units and abilities over the course of it, also bringing unique challenges as well. Plot got nothing much, being just text (with voice acting) introduction before each mission, all the excuses why one clan decides to go Shogun. Because you are good guys and they aren't! Unlike main Total War series where you want domination for the heck of it.
Some of the missions unlock few other extra-hard missions, completing which rewards you with extra experience. Tutorial wheels are taken out here and they are real challenge. Or chore.

And yes, being a port of mobile game, it has one of the big evil around: microtransaction. You can purchase extra bonuses and upgrades outside of missions with either limited experience or with money. In all honesty I never tried to purchase anything there with real money, I don't know if it currently works. One thing I can say for sure: Campaign is beatable without any of those microtransactions! And it doesn't feel like difficulty was buffed up on purpose either, at least to me. (They will help to make battles feel less of drag though)

The graphics aren't exactly on top, but art style is nice and fighting animations are pretty enough to look at. Music is forgettable, but will provide your ears to listen to something fitting during gameplay.

So, Total War Battles: Shogun is not so much of bad game, but it's not exactly good either, just... average mobile strategy. Even if enjoyable, I really can't wrap my head around to who I would recommend it on PC, so... not recommended.
That said, also remember that you get Sendai Faction DLC for Shogun 2. You can treat it as DLC bundled with extra game, only somewhat increasing overall price this way.
Indsendt: 25. oktober
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74 af 89 brugere (83%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
3.6 timer bogført
Dont buy this piece of ♥♥♥♥ mobile game. It is absolutely horrible. The control suck, it should not be released on pc at all. If you want to have real chance win an advance game you have to buy more content for real money. And the best thing - most stuff you buy has limited use, so you have to buy it over and over again.
Indsendt: 19. juli
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42 af 48 brugere (88%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
0.7 timer bogført
I'm embarrassed for the Total War franchise that they even put their name on this.

I thought this was going to be a decent (if simple) hex combat strategy game based on the Total War Shogun units but what it is is a port of a crappy mobile game that I wouldn't even have downloaded for free on my tablet. It has freaking microtransactions!

The "strategy" winds up being something like throw your unit on a hex and watch it slowly creep forward in a straight line while you wait for another unit to build so you can send it plodding forward on the next path down. I think even the zombies in PvZ get to be a little more creative in their attack, honestly.

Lesson learned, always read the reviews even if the game's on sale for super cheap.
Indsendt: 15. august
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34 af 42 brugere (81%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
1.0 timer bogført
Yeah...no.

Probably should have read the reviews before buying this one.

Do yourself a favor and buy literally any other Total War game instead.
Indsendt: 12. august
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29 af 42 brugere (69%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
3.7 timer bogført
Total War Puzzles.

Shame because it's got really nice art and a good premise but's it's not in the least bit a tactical game. Not even possible to unlock all the skills and there was no reset button. Considering this is a ported flash game and that is a common feature it's not even on par with free ones.

You don't like puzzles then you'll lose interest after 3 stars'ing the first 10 or so levels.
Indsendt: 4. maj
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1 af 1 brugere (100%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
0.4 timer bogført
Do not pick this game up assuming it is Total War light. This game is as far removed from the Total War series as one can possibly be. I would only suggest this to someone who like more casual strategy games and even then only with the caveat to pick it up when it is on sale.
Indsendt: 28. maj
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2 af 3 brugere (67%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
0.8 timer bogført
Too bad, please don't waste your money with this game.
Indsendt: 16. august
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1.1 timer bogført
+1
Indsendt: 21. september
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6 af 29 brugere (21%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
7.4 timer bogført
It's a good game, to thoose who love the japaneese era and loves the total war series.
Indsendt: 20. juni
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2 af 21 brugere (10%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
0.5 timer bogført
Fun :D
Indsendt: 12. september
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1 af 21 brugere (5%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
1.1 timer bogført
Good wholesome game great tactics very well made great brain game all the cool stuff the previewest ones had endless fun.
Indsendt: 12. juli
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1.6 timer bogført
I'm giving this a mixed review, but there was definitely the potential to be a better game than it is. No one should go into this game expecting to get a mini version of the regualr Total War series, but even with that in mind I felt the game didn't come through. First, let's discuss what was good. The art was pretty, and the models looked good. The upgrade/perk aspect looked well down.

As far as negatives, I took issue with several things. I would have liked for them to add more to the computer versions. Maybe add terrainn to the map so that certain units get bonuses. That would have added a bit more tactical gameplay to it. I didn't like the movement controls either. Not being able to move units back, and having a cool-down timer on moving up or down was a little frustrating.

Indsendt: 29. april
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35.2 timer bogført
A pretty underrated game, but i'll admit, it is not for everyone.
Indsendt: 26. juni
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1.4 timer bogført
grappig
Indsendt: 20. juni
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9.0 timer bogført
Total war Battles: SHOGUN , is an amazing Game! It can get Addicting at times too! And its VERY hard on certain levels! Overhaul , its a must buy! It cost me only 5 $ too . 9 / 10
Indsendt: 22. juli
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