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Total War: Warhammer (PC CD)

Platform : Windows 8
4.0 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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  • Lead Extraordinary Races
  • Command Legendary Characters
  • Conquer this world
  • Unleash the monsters
  • Harness the Winds of Magic
  • Watch the skies
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  • Platform: Windows 8
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: CD-ROM
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B017A6F3NU
  • Item Weight: 100 g
  • Release Date: 24 May 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,466 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PC  |  Edition:Standard

Product Description

The Old World echoes to the clamour of ceaseless battle. The only constant is WAR!

A fantasy strategy game of legendary proportions, Total War: WARHAMMER combines an addictive turn-based campaign of epic empire-building with explosive, colossal, real-time battles, all set in the vivid and incredible world of Warhammer Fantasy Battles.

Command four wholly different races: the Empire, the Dwarfs, the Vampire Counts and the Greenskins, each with their own unique characters, battlefield units and play style.

Lead your forces to war as one of eight Legendary Lords from the Warhammer Fantasy Battles World, arming them with fabled weapons, armour and deadly battle magic; hard-won in individual quest chains.

For the first time in a Total War game, harness storms of magical power to aid you in battle and take to the skies with flying creatures, from ferocious dragons and wyverns to gigantic griffons.

Hundreds of hours of gameplay await you at the dawn of a new era. Total War: WARHAMMER brings to life a world of legendary heroes, towering monsters, flying creatures, storms of magical power and regiments of nightmarish warriors.

System Requirements

MINIMUM:
OS: Windows 7 64Bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 3.0Ghz
Memory: 3 GB RAM
Graphics: (DirectX 11) AMD Radeon HD 5770 1024MB / NVIDIA GTS 450 1024MB / Intel HD4000 @720p
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 35 GB available space
Additional Notes: *PC Integrated graphics chipsets require 4 GB RAM, e.g. Intel HD series.
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OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 64Bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-4570 3.2GHz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: (DirectX 11) AMD Radeon R9 270X 2048MB / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2048MB @ 1080p DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 35 GB available space
Additional Notes: Total War: Warhammer is still in development and undergoing optimisation and comparability testing. These specs are subject to change.

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Despite the 1 star brigade's best efforts TWW is a good game and it is going to sell massively. I found my weekend evaporate in a Football Manager esque fashion which can only mean this is one heck of a game but it does have its drawbacks hence the 4 rather than 5 star.

The game loses a star for two reasons:
Firstly it is more of the same, the very, very familiar same. I warmed up for the last few weeks on Napoleon and bar the musket infantry TWW plays the same and for me looks the same on the battlefield. The units move, sound and act in a similar fashion to Triarii (I can't be the only one who still says 'Triarii' out loud in the game voice) or whatever random spear unit you care to pick even from over 12 years ago. Don't go into this expecting anything different. This is still very much a Total War game.

I like pretty much everything GW. I played all the strategy games from the late 1990s onwards so I have developed a feeling for the style of these games. Despite my yearning for a wider, continent wide strategy game for all these decades I can't help critique the game as fundamentally more TW than GW. I don't really recognise the table top game despite the vivid characterisation and setting. (although the campaign map is wonderful) and these is, currently at least costing it 0.5 of a star.

Secondly, I downloaded my version from Steam and thus has access to the Steam Workshop. All this has done is highlight just how much is missing from TWW and how much CA are relying on the modding community to dilute to taste. The distinct lack of unit detail is an obvious one with the Empire, in a lot of ways it has been a bit of a rush job.
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Well what can i say? Creative Assembly return to previous form with this absolute peach of a game. This is definately the refreshing change that the totalwar franchise was crying out for, and boy have they delivered. The variety and uniqueness of the various races is truly wonderful to behold, missions are back in the campaign which make you feel like you are actually striving towards a goal. Not just capture any and every settlement in your path. Upon completion of said missions the gane rewards you with loot, such as money, weapons, armour ect ect which is a nice changes. Skill paths have been streamlined but in a good way, i never felt like i wasnt sure which path to take for my play style. As for how the game looks, i can honestly say the graphics are immense and really put you in the warhammer fantasy setting. As for how it runs, i havent ever experienced a totalwar game run THIS good on day 1. Ver ver very refreshing. Ive had no faults, and the AI is actually decent this time round, causing me headaches already. Overall so much better than the fail that was Rome 2. A must buy for any strategy game fan, let alone a warhammer fan.
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I have been a fan of Total War for years, playing each game from Shogun (Yes the first one!) but I have also been a fan of GW for just as long. You can imagine how much I loved the thought of both being put together.

The game is good but it is not brilliant.

Pros
- Each race has unique look and play style.
- Units do look good, though would have liked to see banners for the different units. As there are none! Not even a command officer. At least Shogun2, Rome2 & Attila managed that!
- Monsters

Cons
- Human factions, other than Bretonnia, are all copy paste Empire units when in the lore they had different military units. For example Kislev is meant to have the Winged Lancers, a general riding a polar bear, an Ice Queen/Mage but instead they are ruled by a man that looks like he is from the Empire and Empire units.
- Chaos hordes spam. Once the warriors of chaos appear and the north units against you, you better be prepared for a horde of armies near enough coming for you! When I played as the Empire and Vampire counts, the northern Empire factions was near enough totally wiped out and chaos then seems to only be interested in you. For many turns I was keeping my armies in my cities that was major routes such as Marienburg, Altdorf and Talabheim, when beaten off a massive wave I could then expand a bit to the next area.
- AI. The AI hasn't been improved though they have tried to make it easier for the AI such as dumbing down major settlements so that it is only a wall and a few wide streets, small settlements have to fight on a field battle. In all other Total Wars I could hold a small settlement against a large army or several with only the garrison and a small army, due to positioning of soldiers in the streets at key points etc.
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Despite merging Total War and Warhammer, this is a Total War game first and formost. The Warhammer element certainly adds a veneer of interest to the Total War series, but not enough to add any lasting enjoyment. If you are a huge Total War fan, then you'll probably love this game, but personaly I've been bored of the series since Rome. If you are a Warhammer fan then you're going to be disapointed, because this isn't Warhammer. Sure, its got the Warhammer races and setting, but not the familiar gameplay. So, for Warhammer fans I'd suggest you stick to the tabletop game, or try and get hold of and run the now ancient Dark Omen, and Shadow of the Horned Rat PC games as they are a lot more enjoable.
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