Medieval 2: Total War
Great single-player campaigns.
Faster, tighter pacing.
Fun new units and factions.
Fun scripted events.
Strong game play with excellent additions over previous Total War games.
No major game play updates.
Native Americans underdeveloped.
Cavalry path finding.
Reinforcement army AI.
Hot seat multi is pointless.
If you donít have the hardware to display this game properly, youíre missing out.
Thereís no multiplayer support for campaign games.
No fighting naval battles in person.
By GameZone on September 12, 2007
Before there were missiles, grenade launchers and tanks, armies fought with arrows, catapults and horses… lost of them. And if you weren’t satisfied with the bloodshed in the original Medieval II, Kingdoms offers a stellar addition...83
By IGN Gear on September 10, 2007
Even assuming that youve played it since it was released, its a safe bet that there are still some surprises left in Creative Assemblys Medieval 2 Total War. But assuming that youve seen everything there is to see in the game, the developer is...84
By GameSpy on September 04, 2007
Ive always enjoyed the expansion packs for the Total War series much more than the original games. The original Medievals Viking Invasion and Romes Barbarian Invasion were smaller, more focused titles that played to the series strengths...80
By GWN on March 11, 2007
An excellent game for any strategy fan and a big step forward in the Total War...95
By PC Authority on March 01, 2007
Dare we say the near-perfect strategy game? A royal treat for history...100
By V3.co.uk on January 03, 2007
Lay siege to your PC and social life with this highly sophisticated strategy...100
By Game Chronicles Magazine on January 03, 2007
Medieval II: Total war is the first Total War game I have played and I am quite impressed. The gameplay and graphics are really very good and the value is through the roof here. There are a good variety of quick battles, historical battles and your...88
By ImpulseGamer on January 01, 2007
Shael MillheimClassification: G7.0The game is proof that a big name tacked onto a game does not necessarily guarantee a great game. It just seems like a game trying to ride on name recognition alone. Maybe Railroad or Sid Meier fans are all a gush...70
By About.com on December 29, 2006
Game PlayMedieval II Total War returns the Total War series to the Middle Ages where small nations or factions are in a continual struggle for land, money and control of the continent. As with the other Total War games, game play is broken into two...90
By The Wargamer on December 24, 2006
Is the sequel to Rome: Total War as pious as its predecessors or a blasphemous knock-off? Lloyd Sabin holds an inquisition of his own to find...-