Reviews for Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai - Tsu Faction Pack


Another unique playable faction

domenthechief | Aug. 5, 2013 | See all domenthechief's reviews »

Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai Tsu clan pack will introduce you to a new Japanese clan called Tsu, also known as the betrayers. And as one of my fellow reviewers said, they resemble the Hattori clan from Shogun 2 Grand Campaign, since their ninja are by far the strongest in FOTS campaign. Even though the traits aren't very attractive and seem uninteresting, since they only provide more melee defence for units, cheaper shinobi actions, more ninja units and a small bonus in allegiance conversion, the clan is - in my opinion - fun to play. I really enjoyed the campaign with them and I think buying this DLC was worth it.


Hattori of Meiji Era

zhack075 | Dec. 7, 2012 | See all zhack075's reviews »

Tsu faction is nice to play, it is quite similar to hattori in my opinion as they start on the center of Japan main island and the first moves are quite difficult. If you're looking for some additional fun with FotS, it can do the trick ! However, I recommend to wait for sales as shogun's dlc tends to be overpriced.


Worth on a sale.

Gh0st233 | Aug. 21, 2012 | See all Gh0st233's reviews »

Tsu Faction, much like the Obama and the other 2 faction packs, bring in a new faction (Who would have guessed?), with new units and traits for each of those factions. Also, all of the new factions from the faction packs are usable in both multiplayer, and singleplayer, depending on what you prefer. 5$ for a faction, however, may be a pretty steep, or it's just that I am cheap, but I would wait for a sale, and get it then.


Typical DLC...

jeyko | Aug. 8, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »

The Tsu Faction Pack for the Shogun 2: Total War expansion - Fall of the Samurai - contains the Tsu Faction, which are really usual, as they do not really have interesting Traits. If you REALLY need a new faction, and for some reason would pay 5 dollars for it, go ahead, but otherwise - no.