All in all, it's not a BAD game, not by any stretch of the imagination, but that doesn't make it a great game. In the end, this is going to be a matter of taste; with so many battle royale games out there, where do you want to spend your time?
It sounds good, it looks great, but you can get a more immersive experience out of Neverwinter Nights 2, and while it might take a little bit of work to get going, it's definitely worth it for the experience. Still, Sword Coast Legends might be a good one to have in your library, especially if you're curious.
While this is still a Total War game, it definitely feels like something different. The battles are still the same, though they’re more interesting, especially with the vampire faction focusing more on firearms than traditional melee weaponry. Apart from that, however, most of this DLC is about plundering.
This is one of those games that I constantly go back to when I'm bored or need some excitement. The endless treks into the desert will never get old and there is always something new to discover. Whether I want to spend all of my time building on the beach, or adventure into the wild to take down a boss or a wild animal for fur, there's always something to do. For the best experience, play on an official server with a high population.
Total War Warhammer II is definitely a game I could see myself playing for a very long time and I, in fact, will be going back through to finish the various campaigns. If you're a strategy gamer, or if you want to jump into the Total War arena and have an extra $60 to spare, do yourself a huge favor and pick this up. You're not going to regret it.
This is a game that you can play on older machines and still be enjoyed. It's also one that really manages to break free of the typical amusement park feel, ultimately allowing you to write your own story. It's great concept, and it's one that very few MMORPGs have taken up. If you're looking for something a little different that allows you to play your way, then Albion is definitely for you. That is, however, if you can handle the isometric view and the brutal PvP.