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Total War: Attila

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    December 26, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Total War: Attila + Mods = Awesome
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    fallouttt (View Profile)
    79.5 Hours Played ‐ 157 products in account
    November 20, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Charlemagne DLC is essentially Medieval 3. The islamic campaign in Charlemagne DLC is very challenging and fun, however you should get this on sale. Creative Assembly and Segas DLC policy is highway robbery: release game 75 percent finished and lock away key components and factions to be released as day 1 dlc and then trickle out DLC that costs 5-20 dollars until all DLC is out then resell the game at 60 dollars just like it was day 1. They did it with ROME 2 and are doing it again with Warhammer. Get Total War games on sale or expect to pay over 100 dollars for all the bells and whistles.
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    FancyDancing (View Profile)
    14.3 Hours Played ‐ 122 products in account
    November 15, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Decent game, just wanted to test it out a little bit
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    Tggoulart1998 (View Profile)
    844.0 Hours Played ‐ 74 products in account
    October 28, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Attila has become my favorite Total War game, even though I'm not a big fan of the time period. Gameplay-wise, this game, has almost everything I want in a Total War game:

    +A clear system for unit-type matchup in battle.
    (ex. melee cav > shock cav, melee/shock cav > sword inf, sword inf > spear inf, spear inf > melee/shock cav)
    +Good morale system (just like M2TW where you can win/lose because of a chain rout)
    +Family trees
    +40-unit per side battles
    +Highlights the power of cavalry charges, and artillery units
    +All cav can dismount (though I don't use this, it must be available for realism)

    Aside from the gameplay, graphics are excellent.
    Attila is a solid game, with or without mods. First TW I ever played was Medieval 1, but I also tried Shogun 1. Ranking in my opinion:
    1 Attila
    2 Shogun 2 (Vanilla + FOTS)
    3 Medieval 2 (Vanilla + Kingdoms)
    4 Rome 1 (Vanilla + BI)
    5 Rome 2
    6 Empire
    7 Napoleon
    8 Warhammer
    9 Medieval 1
    10 Shogun 1
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    talensted (View Profile)
    418.2 Hours Played ‐ 20 products in account
    September 4, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Not the best in the franchise, but it's definitely an improvement over Rome II. Now, if only CA would make Medieval III...
    danerobe review of
    58.4 Hours Played ‐ 13 products in account
    July 27, 2016, 8:16 pm
    A better version of Rome 2. A bit harder to play, even on normal difficulty. A lot of available factions through normal game + DLC and pretty decent overall quality for such a small price.

    There are horde factions and nomad factions. You can pick up your people and migrate to other places with some factions. Really interesting and new type of gameplay.

    The real issue with Attila is the poor optimization, the engine is crap. With a 980Ti G1 Gaming and a 4770k i7, I can barely run this at maximum 1080p 45+ fps. I play it at 4K with less options, lowest AA at around 30 fps.

    I recommend getting a sale or humble bundle offer, they have a lot of them for Total War series, so you can get a lot of DLC and the main game at really just no cost at all, for the tons of content it provides. But if you are looking for a good strategy game, just buy this and wait for sales to get the DLC.
    Cioby review of
    570.8 Hours Played ‐ 434 products in account
    June 23, 2016, 8:16 pm
    People have been giving this game a bad rating mainly because of a collective outrage at CA's DLC-policy. That is a shame in my opinion, as I think this is one of the very best Total War titles in history - and I've been around since Rome I. It's even more shameful that Rome II has a better rating than Attila, as the former remains an unfinished wreck of a game. I suspect Rome was more aggressively marketed.

    Attila takes place in a very intriguing and apocalyptic atmosphere where you basically choose whether you want to save the Roman world order or destroy it. At this point, it is a very polished game that will not disappoint anyone. Therefore, If you're unsure which Total War title to buy from the ones published the last 10 years, I highly recommend this game.
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    Der Phönix (View Profile)
    150.3 Hours Played ‐ 19 products in account
    June 14, 2016, 8:16 pm
    Cleanest, most intuitive total war game I've played.
    In an interesting era I didn't know much about before hand.
    Never had any bugs and undeserving of the mixed reviews.

    Lacks a good soundtrack however
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    Zero Williams (View Profile)
    362.1 Hours Played ‐ 29 products in account
    April 22, 2016, 8:16 pm
    I have a love hate relationship with this game. Game play wise it's a vast improvement over Rome 2, which I couldn't bare to play given the awful UI. Attila is honestly the only total war game since medieval 2 that I've been interested in enough to last through a whole campaign, but it still has its problems. Its a very different experience. Attila us more about survival than steamrolling, but unfortunately the only way CA came to present the apocalyptic world of the 5th century was by giving the huns wave after wave of free armies until you manage to kill attila. I've also had an inordinate amount of trouble with rebellion which is compounded by the fact you're limited in the amount of armies you can field. All of this makes me wish I could just play Rome 2 with the improvements of attila.
    ardaxis review of
    219.9 Hours Played ‐ 476 products in account
    January 1, 2016, 12:00 am
    My boyfriend bought me this game.
    My boyfriend dumped me.
    I still have this game.

    Win.

    10/10 would not date Steve again.
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    CyreElysium (View Profile)
    30.3 Hours Played ‐ 90 products in account

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