New on Play Store: Total War Battles: Shogun, a Strategy Game for Android, Finally (Video)

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  • 06 Sep 2012
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  • Android may have received some kickass games over the years, but the strategy segment has been greatly neglected, I have to say. Now Sega of America proposes a new title called Total War Battles: Shogun. This new game takes up 274 MB of storage and goes for $4.99. It was specifically created for touchscreen platforms and it’s a real time strategy game.

    The thing here is that the name Total War will sound familiar to hardcore gamers. It’s because Sega also made the famous Total War series, that won tons of awards. In Total War Battles you get quick fire, tactical combat, intuitive building and great unit management. Medieval Japan is the setting of the game and this RTS may just be a fresh beginning for the entire genre, as far as mobile games go. The idea here is to lead your clan to victory, through the 10+ hours of story-based campaigns.

    The story and game are set in the world of Total War: Shogun 2, the winner of the Best Strategy Game of 2011, so you’ll feel right at home. You control units such as samurais, archers, ninjas and cavalry. You get XP with victories and you spend it on buildings and troop upgrades. There’s also a multiplayer option, allowing you to play against a friend in real time on a single device in 3 multiplayer modes. There’s also a Skirmish mode included and you can download the game from here.

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