This game was the last gift I received from my dad before he died last fall, as it was an early birthday present. I was in fact playing it when I got the phone call stating that he passed away at the hospital from complications relating to the cancer discovered that summer. For whatever reason, this game helped prevent me from losing my mind that day and the days that came afterward, and will always be special to me because of that and because of how much fun it was.
I'd like to dedicate this review to my dad. I know that, despite his views on video games, he would have loved to see such historical eras come to life for me and other fans to enjoy.
one of the powers of videogames (if they are good ones ) is that of relieving us of the ugly things of life. My condolences mate.
Great issue again, I love to see so many indie games put forward, there's actually quite a lot of excellent material amongst those titles
In my Openion Attila Total War is be the best
Great issue guys, just had the chance to catch up on it.
So sorry to hear about your dad Chris, my best wishes to you and your family, and I'm sure he is proud of you now doing something you both loved.
Now...How about we focus on the three reviews that Mhaedros wrote. He's trying to catch up to my record for number of reviews in one issue
There are 4 reviews and 4 contributors listed as Writers, I didn't realise he had written 3! You guys need to include by-lines or something.
Good work here!
Additionally I find all review scores seems more legit when measured in some kind of swine
Loving it, a great addition to the Total War series. WAAAGH! (Votes: 10)
It's good, but I prefer the traditional historical setting of Total War games. (Votes: 8)
Found it okay, probably won't play Warhammer II (Votes: 5)
Didn't enjoy it, not as good as previous titles. (Votes: 5)
Haven't played it. (Votes: 41)