MikyST, on 27 June 2011 - 10:40 AM, said:
I'm not certain, what is it that TA:TW has done which W:TW has decided itself unable to do?
As I recall, TA:TW has not implemented combined land-sea battles on the order of Shogun 2: TW (I am given to understand it has this feature) which would make a Battle of the Blackwater possible, nor has it, for that matter, implemented sea battles. Third Age Total War has created an all-new map, and though I have uninstalled M2TW for completely unrelated reasons, and therefore no longer have Westeros:Total War, I am given to understand that it has accomplished this as well. Westeros:TW has reskinned factions, though this is still a work in progress. From what I have heard, the AI of TA:TW is not improved to such an extent that AI is no longer a problem, this being a mite difficult, and uses the same tricks to equalize the AI with the player.
So, tell me, what is special about TA: TW, which, while being far more famous for its un-equaled accomplishment, that it has done, which Westeros: TW cannot do, or has outright rejected as impossible?