TW: WH never slips into a routine, gameplay keeps player on tenterhooks from the beginning to the end. And thanks to the diversity of the factions – it’s quite replayable. At least five times. [Issue#210, p.86]
Simplified tactical considerations regards others TW games and an expensive DLC politic... The game is far to be perfect. But is an absolutely huge game, with a lot of factions of warhammer series (some of them paid ones) and full of different units with all the essence of warhammer, the graphics are beautiful in tactical and strategical views and the settlements management is complex and deep... All factions has also different game mechanics and the replayaibility is infinite.
Brilliant game, it rekindled my intrest in strategy games. Great graphics, sound and music, every race plays completely diffrent, I`m now well over 100 hours played and I`ve done empire, chaos ,beastmen campaigns and now I`m doing dwarves, each one is fresh and diffrent and there is still a lot of campaigns to do.
Total War: Warhammer is the most interesting, most polished, and most enjoyable Total War game to date. Depending on which camp you come from you may have a slight learning curve, but its definitely worth it as this game has plenty to sink your teeth into if you're a fan of strategy, high-fantasy, or both.
Total War: Warhammer redefines the series with this great fantasy entry, but not without caveats. While the battles are arguably more spectacular than earlier and the campaign is based on the traditional Total War formula, it does take some time getting into. The game focuses on few factions and more linear campaigns than ever before, but what is present is undeniably exciting, and bodes well for the future of the series.
When you walk away from Total War: Warhammer, you’ll feel like you’ve played yet another decent Warhammer game. It has the attention to detail and adherence to lore that fans of the IP look for, but without many of the compelling qualities that are needed to substantiate AAA games in a release-heavy year like 2016.
Very meh game. Many total war features were simplified for casuals that are new to the genre and overall the game is much easier. The only good thing it has is the fantasy setting but there isn't much replayability once you have tried each one of the races.
Another poor effort from CA they really are living off the back of Rome total war now. This game offers no challenge it's just easy. I won the long campaine without ever being the strongest faction or ever having to fight the strongest faction which just seems dumb. Some of the factions will have no involvement in your game what so ever. The graphics are stunning but that shouldn't be what a total war game is about
SummaryIn an era of ceaseless conquest, a myriad warriors clash in epic battles as entire races wage war on one another, each led by a notorious hero seeking dominion over the world. All at your command. The courageous Karl Franz marshals the men of the Empire, looking to unite the fractured elector counts under a banner of strength against the...