It could have been a good game if done correctly but the developers obviously couldn't bother to put in any effort.
Joel Hendricks, Amazon
8 June 2014
Summary: Hmmm, all I can really say is, this game had potential to become something great but they screwed it all up and to think the other reviewers on here are giving it good reviews. I got the game because one of the reviewers made it sound so awesome and compared it to Romance of the Three Kingdoms which by the way is an awesome game and this failed game can never come close to it.
Summary: So, I played this game a fair bit, and got to a dominant point in the game. I got into it fairly quickly. Got the hang of it, and really liked it. The con, is that it the developers didn't really seem to think ahead more then 4 hours. First of all, there's no real story. That would be okay, except, there's not much of a challenge. I've been playing for a few hours. Basically, you're trying to take over the continent from dozens of other countries.
Summary: I'm going to level with you. This game seems interesting when you start out. But it gets tiresome. The biggest problem, as it see it, is game balance. Once you start conquering nations your power grows exponentially and the game looses all semblance of difficulty. This would be fine if reaching the invincible phase meant you were close to the end, but it doesn't. You a few more hours of tireless, repetitive and wholly un-challenging game play before you win.