Reviews and Problems with Romance of the Three Kingdoms X
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Romance of the Three Kingdoms X
13 July 2005
Excerpt: is the franchiseÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s tenth installment, and one that fans of the series are sure to enjoy. Taking you on a journey through Ancient China, you must work with different officers militaristically and diplomatically in order to unite the war-torn lands. The gameÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s original war strategy experience doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t vary much from previous releases, but the few new twists and turns in this latest offering will deliver satisfaction to the more devout patrons.
Summary: Koei's 10th Romance of the Three Kingdoms game doesn't do much to mark the occasion, but it still offers the same esoteric war strategy experience that keeps dedicated fans coming back time and time again.
Pros: Deep strategy on and off the battlefield, Open-ended gameplay lets you experience history from multiple perspectives, A whopping 650 unique, playable officers
Cons: Menu-driven gameplay can get tedious, Doesn't distinguish itself from the previous nine games in the series