Ranking the Total War games is wonderfully contentious. Maybe it is because the concept of ‘greatest’ is determined by what sort of mood you’re in—I love all of them like harmful kids, and I play them on rotation, influenced by whichever books, films, or other video games I’m consuming at the time. Watching the Battle of the Hornburg makes me crave Total War: Warhammer; reading about the crusades make me yearn for Medieval 2. These are ‘feel’ games, which satisfy cravings past the necessity for sharp strategy or pitched battles. They allow you to twist history, create new tales, or roleplay as your favourite generals.
Map: War Games – Pilots on the Frontier regularly use simulator pods to train, utilizing life-like recreations of historical battles as combat eventualities. War Games highlights the civilian outlets, tall buildings for window-to-window fighting, and metropolis streets for Titan fight from the Battle of Angel … Read more