Edo JapanCreated by Phaethon (all)
Went public on 2/1/2012
Number of ratings: 79
Average rating: 2.4936 / 5
69 territories, 8 bonuses, 0 distribution modes
|A Warlight Map of Edo Japan, divided into the old Provinces and grouped into the historical Circuits|
Review by AWESOMEGUY on 10/6/2013.
Bonuses are really bad...the only spot worth starting is in Kinai (Capital) worth 6 armies for only 5 territories whereas the other bonuses are either overpowered (Tosando is worth 10 for 8 territories) or grossly undervalued (Tokaido is worth 8 for 15 territories).
On top of it all, there are many missing connections, making gameplay extremely difficult, and a game that will be decided within 1-2 turns. Not very fun to play on, and although the map is aesthetically pleasing, there really is nothing else it has to offer.
Review by Andalorium on 4/10/2012.
the territories have unclear connections either make it easier to tell that territories should not connect or connect the ones adjacent to each other
Review by [REGL] Pooh on 12/27/2012.
Awful. Confusing Bonuses, Unplayable Bonus sizes, multiple territories that should connect but don't.
Should never have went public. Avoid at all costs.
Review by BAM on 5/8/2012.
Will be good after the author goes through and fixes which territories are adjacent to their neighbors. Also, the bridges from island to island don't match what is on the map.
Review by Aiko's Army on 9/28/2014.
Not bad, for there are some connections that are...uhm, unconnected.
Review by Ouroboros on 8/17/2013.
Half the connecting areas aren't connected.
Review by waabig on 4/30/2014.
quite a few missing connections that affect gameplay on what otherwise might be a cool map
Review by Lolicon love on 12/6/2015.
most territories are missing connection with absolutely no reason as to why they are. It sucks.
Review by leafdrag on 5/5/2015.
Even though it was a fun map it had a couple of issues. Mainly, the map doesn't have enough Bonuses to make the same semi fair, also some areas cannot attack one another despite them being right next to each other
Review by Jakedude435 on 5/22/2015.
Very well designed, mimics the strategy of shogun 2 quite well.
Review by Rogue Nikolai Krogius on 9/20/2015.
Review by Joey Sims on 11/2/2015.
this is a historical total war
Review by Sossade Salade on 12/30/2015.
Can't move between some adjacent provinces or provinces linked by a green line.
Review by gorgonheap on 7/1/2016.
The boarder crossings make no sense and attacking or defending from adjacent sections is confusing and difficult to plan for.
Review by bobonsundays on 10/3/2016.
Sagami - Kai
Samagi - Suruga
Review by Peter Post on 12/26/2016.
There are lots of territories on this map that despite being connected armies can't attack.
Review by HoHoHotard on 4/24/2012.
Too slender with almost no sea movement
Review by aullador on 8/10/2013.
soy muy malo (me bad in games) pero aunque pierda me encanta el noble arte de la gerra cuando crees en algo, aunque admito que soi el primero que odia la muerte de inocientes lo adbierto
Review by Nicky on 9/28/2013.
Very nice map, however, some connections were missing. 4/5
Review by xXCargoSnipezXx on 7/7/2014.
Review by chiiii on 5/18/2012.
Review by Sjaleo on 11/7/2012.
A medium sized map, depicting Japan, alike the one in Shogun2. Lovely to play in any numbers.