Not the best Total War game but not the worst by a long shot.
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Unique folkloric inspiration and interesting tactical considerations are let down by a slow second half.
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Too much games-as-a-service cruft gets in the way of a potentially decent action-RPG.
A puzzle-platformer that's elevated by its winsome anime aesthetic.
Dead in Vinland combines resource management, RPG combat, uneven writing, and a lot of diciness into something I couldn't stop playing until I finished it.
A maximalist sequel that improves on almost every aspect of the first game.
Brainhacking will blow your mind, but you'll want to get the cop out of your head by the end.
Like a board game you play to death then put on the shelf to bring out on special occasions, but with street urchins and priest-stabbing.
The Surge isn't the same as Dark Souls but comparison's inevitable. Like that cyborg whose torso I severed, it struggles to stand on its own.
If you want to make Total War: Warhammer harder, the Wood Elves are here to ruin your peace of mind.
Better than RollerCoaster Tycoon World, but doesn't do much to innovate on the formula.
If you find real history a bit bland compared to glorious nonsense made up by strange British people then Warhammer is the Total War for you.
A cute chess set for 40K fans and an unusual twist on the classic game, but skip the campaign.