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# 82470 29-Apr-2011 21:15
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Just wow! Thats all I can say atm, WOW!

and the price - picked it up on TM brand new for $54.... WoW!  Go to a retail store and its $98 WoW!

Shogun 2 scored a 10 out of 10 on some gaming review sites - PCPowerplay for one.

To much to explain but I will add, my favorite part in-game so far is the naval battles. This game rocks. Buy it!

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  # 463906 30-Apr-2011 10:19
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The AI is spot on don't be fooled by easy mode. I went easy decided to attack this city with a smaller army than mine should be a piece of cake I got my butt kicked, they outplayed me end of campaign. Start a new one this time I was on my 3rd turn an army decided to attack my main city my main army was out killing bandits so the city only had 30 samurai. 30 samurai no matter how elite they might be aint going to beat a large army End of Campaign. Damn!

Reload of a save this time I saved early. I made sure my main army was back at the city before the 3rd turn. The enemy turned back.

Joined a multiplayer game picked the server titled Noob players only. This was a naval battle match only 2 v 2 teams we were pretty much noobs but great fun.

Shogun 2 Total War will be on my hdd for a long time. :)

Here's a video review of Shogun 2 Total War 2

Here's a typical review: scored 9 and 9.5

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From a readers' Q and A column in TV GUIDE: "If we get involved in a nuclear war, would the electromagnetic pulses from exploding bombs damage my videotapes?"

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  # 464427 2-May-2011 11:29
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I've been waiting for this, I'm a huge fan of the original shogun!

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