Mac Gamer HQ Reviews Napoleon: Total War - Gold Edition
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Mac Gamer HQ has posted a new review of Feral Interactive's Napoleon: Total War - Gold Edition. Developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows, the game is the latest Mac installment of the Total War series to be launched by Feral Interactive and follows Empire: Total War - Gold Edition.
The Land and Sea battles occur when attacking a town, city or ship during the campaign mode and happen in real time. These battles have always been extremely fun and Napoleon: TW is no exception. In fact, Napoleon takes the whole battle system even further, making it more user friendly and graphically impressive!Check out the full review at the page linked below.
Mac Gamer HQ: Napoleon Total War Review
The Land battles’s gameplay is as fun as ever. The battle starts with a panoramic view of both attacking and defending armies. The line infantry, cavalry and artillery can then be moved for optimum cover, high ground and so on. After that, the battle can begin. Both armies have numerous attack and defense choices: Different shot types, formations or auto-fire to name a few. You can even assault forts and use siege weapons. I have to say these battles are a real treat and are the best I’ve experienced in a strategy game.
The Sea battles don’t fall short either. The combat itself is good fun, although it can be a little harder to play. The ships also have different attack and defense options, including different shot types, movement speeds and the ability to shoot from either side of the ship.
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