Shogun Total War Free Download

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Shogun: Total War Free Download

File name: shoguntotalwar.zip

File size: 955 MB

(download instructions found in .zip file)

 

Shogun: Total War Game Information

Game Name: Shogun: Total War
Genre: Action, Strategy
Developer: Creative Assembly
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform(s): Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
Release date(s): 13 Jun, 2000
Mode(s): Single-player & Multi-player

 

 

Shogun: Total War System Requirements (PC)

OS: Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7
Processor: 1 Ghz or faster processor
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9 graphic card
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 955 MB available space

 

 

Shogun: Total War PC Download

Shogun: Total War is focused on samurai warfare in the Sengoku period of Japanese history, which lasted from the mid-15th century to the beginning of the 17th century. The game puts the player in the position of a Japanese daimyo with the objective of conquering Japan through military might, diplomacy, espionage, trade, and religion – thereby taking the position of shogun. Shogun incorporates two main areas of play: The turn-based campaign map is where the player moves their armies, conducts diplomacy, builds the infrastructure of their provinces and performs various other tasks necessary to run their faction. The real-time element of the game allows the player to assume command of one of their armies and personally direct the course of any battles that take place.

The game consists of seven factions which the player can choose to play as each one of Japan’s historical clans. The island of Kyūshū and the southwest end of Honshū incorporates the Shimazu, Mōri and Takeda clans, while the Oda and Imagawa clans control the central parts of Honshū. The northern parts of Honshū are home to the Uesugi and Hōjō clans. While each clan has access to the same broad units and technology and begins the game with roughly the same amount of land, each clan has a specific advantage in a particular area. For instance, the Imagawa clan trains more efficient espionage agents, while the Takeda clan can produce higher quality cavalry, etc.. Smaller, independent factions are represented as rebel clans and rōnin.

 

 

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Shogun: Total War Free Download

Shogun: Total War Free Download

Shogun: Total War Free Download

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