The Samurai Wars - this game is a vivid representative of how developers are trying to "cut money" on the popularity of projects in the AAA-title format, but they do not get anything - it does not hold this mobile product to the legendary Total War, being an awkward fake of low quality. The story line sends the gamer in the time of medieval Japan, offering to take direct part in the unification of the country, divided into many scattered provinces. Gamers act as a young samurai and, with the help of force or diplomatic methods (even without succumbing to contract killings), subordinates the authorities of his master to more and more provinces. The project has more than sixty, so there will be no end to the work. At the same time, we should not forget about the development of our own province, to win over the best warriors to our side, forming an unconquerable army among them, before which no prefect will dare speak soon. So, step by step, and unite the separate territories of the country of the rising sun. The idea is undoubtedly interesting, but the implementation leaves much to be desired, the zeimoter guys have not managed to mold a distinct simulator with a bias in the economic strategy. Fights can provoke interest only at first, and then starts to unnerving the too slow speed of moving troops on the global map. And the music in the project is so fresh and bothersome that after a couple of minutes of the game you want to reduce it to a minimum.
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