Total War Battles™: SHOGUN, el gran éxito de estrategia en tiempo real de este año para dispositivos móviles, ya está disponible en Steam para PC y Mac. Total War Battles™: SHOGUN ofrece un combate táctico y de disparo rápido equilibrado con construcción estratégica y gestión de unidades.
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Total War Battles™: SHOGUN, el gran éxito de estrategia en tiempo real de este año para dispositivos móviles, ya está disponible en Steam para PC y Mac.

Total War Battles™: SHOGUN ofrece un combate táctico y de disparo rápido equilibrado con construcción estratégica y gestión de unidades. Todo ello ambientado en un Japón medieval de ilustraciones de gran belleza.

Funciones clave

LA EXPERIENCIA DE BATALLA TOTAL WAR COMPLETA Y MEJORADA

Total War Battles: SHOGUN en Steam es la versión más completa y actualizada del juego.
Incluye gráficos mejorados con antialias, sombras mejoradas y efectos de iluminación adicionales. Además la vista previa de los mapas de las misiones es más amplia, para que puedas planear mejor tus geniales estrategias.
Total War Battles™: SHOGUN en Steam también incluye funciones específicas de Steam, como los logros y los marcadores de clasificación.

Como extra adicional, al comprar el juego se desbloquea automáticamente el paquete de la facción Sendai para su uso en Total War: Shogun 2 – La Caída de los Samurái.

COMPITE POR LA SUPREMACÍA DEL JAPÓN MEDIEVAL

Lidera tu clan para combatir en una campaña de más de 10 horas de duración con una historia ambientada en el mundo de Total War™, premiado como el “Mejor juego de estrategia de 2011” por Gamespot, IGN, Gamespy y GameTrailers.
CONSTRUYE TU ECONOMÍA Y TU MAQUINARIA BÉLICA

Despliega y gestiona tu base para generar recursos y reclutar tus tropas, incluyendo samuráis, arqueros, ninjas y caballería. Cada victoria te proporciona puntos de experiencia que podrás gastar en nuevos edificios y mejoras para tus tropas, lo que marcará la diferencia en futuras batallas.
UN NUEVO ENFOQUE DE LAS BATALLAS EN TIEMPO REAL

Total War Battles™: SHOGUN presenta un nuevo sistema de combate en tiempo real que resulta a la vez familiar e innovador. Los mapas de batalla hexagonales permiten que los movimientos de las unidades sean simples y rápidos, lo que resulta en estrategias astutas y profundas. No obstante, como seguidores del código de conducta "Bushido", tus unidades jamás podrán dar media vuelta. Este nuevo enfoque del sistema clásico de estrategia en tiempo real añade intensidad a la acción y hace que cada victoria sea más gratificante.
MODO REFRIEGA

Libra seis batallas independientes en el modo de dificultad Normal, Difícil o Shogun. Enfréntate a otros jugadores en los marcadores y desbloquea nuevos logros de Refriega.

ESTRATEGIA PARA TODOS

Los aficionados a Total War disfrutarán de un juego de acción y estrategia intenso, completo y gratificante, mientras que los jugadores ocasionales de estrategia agradecerán la simplicidad zen de los tutoriales de combate iniciales, el nivel de dificultad escalable y el sistema de ayuda que les permitirá convertirse rápidamente en maestros tácticos.

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:1.5 Ghz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:256 MB (Shader Model 2.0)
    • Hard Disk Space: 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
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Neat little game, but with one detrimentally damaging flaw - micro-transactions to win. Thumbs down Creative Assembly.
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Another mobile game on Steam.
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Total Wars Battles: Shogun left one hell of a bad taste in my mouth. This is my first entry into the Total Wars franchise and oh god it was so boring. I sat there, waiting and waiting for my extremely slow resources and cooldowns just to see the most minimal action where this game is a slow tug-of-war style game. The story itself was also so forgettable. You were invaded, you want revenge, you get revenge, then some other dude comes in and wants to fight you. That is it. It really is just not worth the time, I’m sorry.
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It's hard not to feel a little sorry for The Creative Assembly. Whilst virtually every developer in existence has committed serious time towards mobile spin-offs to their intellectual property on Android, iOS or Facebook, the chaps from Sussex have just about the worst possible product to migrate away from the PC.
The Total War series is so vast in scope, and so demanding in execution that current-gen consoles can't even deal with the thousands of units, sprawling maps and graphics, never mind mobile hardware. So it's little wonder that the iOS version of Total War Battles: Shogun is an extremely uncomplicated hex-based battle-brawling time-waster, and that the Steam version really isn't much different.
Campaign mode, doubling as a tutorial, gradually steps players through the placement of basic units and support buildings. There's no surprises in the rock/paper/scissors unit matchups, and the placement of unit manufacturing plants such as the lumber yard, blacksmith and barracks all adhere to fairly well-regulated rules. Naturally, the main goal is to advance a warring clan through an overarching plot involving deceased parents, betrayal and Japanese-accented cameos, but it all manages to hold together well enough provide an impetus to continue.
Once the campaign has been mastered, players can move on to a skirmish mode whereby the lessons learned previously are used to good effect against the AI. Various objectives must be met in order to succeed, such as placing a certain type or quantity of support buildings, or merely massacring the enemy in a particular fashion. Three difficulty levels – normal, hard, or Shogun – keep the combat varied and, at times, extremely difficult. The developer has stated that this PC version will be harder than the iOS example, no doubt looking to capitalise on the wider aspect ratio and faster method of control.
The latter, unfortunately, is probably where the game suffers most. PC gamers are used to having console titles ported over to their native platform with barely a pause to carefully optimise the input for keyboard and mouse. That developers have been guilty of immense laziness in this area goes without saying. But in the case of Total War Battles: Shogun, PC gamers are faced with an ignominious twist on the formula – a mobile title ported to the PC, with the same scant regard to input. Instead of horrendous latency and "Press X to continue", it's a matter of putting up with a lack of hover-over tool tips, forcing players to hold down the left mouse button for a couple of seconds to get a description of the unit or building in question. Touch screen users obviously have no ability to use such tool tips, but mouse-wielding gamers certainly do, and it's hard to imagine that these would have been particularly difficult to incorporate.
After a protracted start spent working around this issue however, both the campaign and skirmish modes open up into a welcome challenge, with a fairly steady resource-gathering, unit-producing metric ably keeping up with the introduction of new unit types and strategies. Thanks to the Japanese laws of Bushido, units aren't permitted to reverse direction in any way, meaning that the unit limit can be reached quickly when units move too far forward to be useful.
The unit animations are hardly likely to set the world on fire, but that's not really the point. Total War Battles: Shogun may have very little in common with its hugely respected relatives back in the Total War stable, but it represents a cheap foray into a new market for the team at The Creative Assembly, and there's nothing wrong with that at all.
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microtransactions ruined the entire game for me
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