Summary: I loved DOTC for the NES, and this one expounds on it. It's similar enough to appeal to fans of the older versions, yet different enough that it's not the same game. The battles retain the appearance of the original with representations of units, but instead of just giving your troops an overall...
Summary: My favorite part of the game is the castle seiges, as Little John puts it (years to build minutes to tear down). My second favorite is the caravan raids, while others say its hard or tricky I've had no problem with it, but I do bow hunt in real life and use a recurve bow so I do know how to aim.
If you like the old school versions, you'll LOVE this game!!
Joe Blow "turbo20v18", Amazon
24 September 2004
Summary: DFC was my second favorite 8-bit Nintendo game (after Mega Man 2 of course ;) ). When I saw this on the shelf, and the quote on the back of the box saying "Based on the origional", I couldn't get home fast enough. Truth be told, I was more than pleased.
Summary: So I think this game sounds good but I need to know if this is real swordfighting or like Final Fantasy where you attack and they attack. I like the real swordfighting better and really want to know.
Summary: An almost 100% faithful port from the 1989 classic. Those who remember the original should love this. The only complaint is the clearly console-type interface with *heavy* emphasis on button mashing.