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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI - PlayStation 2

by Tecmo Koei
PlayStation2
Everyone 10+
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews) 69 / 100

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  • Delve into 10 scenarios, plus 10 preset scenarios and 8 special challenges
  • 40 base commands allow you to govern cities and districts, manage personnel, conduct diplomacy and more
  • New Technique System rewards you with points every time you command your men - used to learn special skills that improve the abilities of your forces
  • Drive or lure enemies into devastating ambushes with the Advanced Tactics System
  • 100 officer skills, including Divine Fire and Entrap

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  • ASIN: B000MAFXRI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 6, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,399 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Romance of the 3 Kingdoms XI lets you rediscover an ancient civilization with an explosive history. Based on the 120-chapter novel that recounts the near collapse of China in the 2nd & 3rd centuries A.D. -- and the fateful events that followed. Dig deep within to prove yourself adept at both the military and political arts in order to bring China under one rule. New Create-An-Officer mode, with 24 customizable unique character attributes English and Chinese voice options Includes step-by-step tutorials for beginners Stirring original score composed by Yoshihiro Ike

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Rediscover an ancient civilization with an explosive history in the most stunning edition of Romance of the Three Kingdoms to Date.

Based on the 120 chapter novel that recounts the near collapse of China at the end of the Han Dynasty and the fateful events that followed during the 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D., you'll need to dig deep within to prove yourself adept at both the military and ploitical arts in order to bring China under one rule. Domestic affairs, diplomacy and warfare are all conducted on a single vast 3D relief map, dramatically bringing to life the epic scale of the adventure that lies before you.

FEATURES
  • Vivid 3D scenes inspired by classical Chinese ink paintings. Domestic affairs, diplomacy and warfare are seamlessly integrated and conducted on a vast 3D map of China.
  • Turn-based gameplay lets you plan your strategy then execute war tactics for improved control of your military campaigns.
  • New Technique System that rewards you with points every time you command your men - points which can then be used to learn special skills that improve the abilities of your forces.
  • Drive or lure enemies into devastating ambushes with the Advanced Tactics System. Link tactics together for maximum damage.
  • Duel and debate with enemy officers in 3D. Demonstrate your brilliance with the revamped debate system.
  • Meet and interact with over 780 officers and supporting characters.
  • Delve into 10 scenarios, plus 10 preset scenarios and 8 special challenges.
  • Over 40 base commands allow you to govern cities and districts, manage personnel, conduct diplomacy and more.
  • 100 officer skills from which to choose, including "Divine Fire" and "Entrap".
  • Create-an-officer mode with 24 customizable unique character attributes.
  • For the first time, English and Chinese Voice Options.
  • Step-by-step tutorials for beginners.
  • Stirring original score composed by Yoshihiro Ike.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Koei does it again March 13, 2007
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I doubt that the people viewing this product are not familiar with (some of) the previous 10 instalments of the RotTK series. Personally, I was introduced to RotTK when the 7th series came out on PS2. Since the seventh, each new instalment that comes out simply 'chibifies'/outranks the previous instalment in all aspects of game play - which makes me wonder if Koei will ever hit a ceiling (i hope not).

The 11th instalment is in no way an exception. Though at first i was a little disappointed due to the complexity of the game, i realised the awesomeness was simply being overlooked by me due to my inability to quickly adapt to the new 'system'.

The highlights of the game are (these may be spoilirish if you like being surprised):
-You can marry of your officers
-All the female figures are vassals
-You can create Oaths
-Transport of Material, Officers etc is not instantaneous - more realistic
-You play the game as the sovereign (don't be turned of by this, you'll have full autonomy over your vassals, strategists etc)
-The map is 3-D
-The portraits of the prominent figures change as they age (though I haven't experienced this since so far i only played rise of heroes)

The rest you'll have to experience yourself, all in all, the game is simply great!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A bit slow to get into... November 23, 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game takes a good long while to get into. Even the game itself cops to it. When you are playing through the tutorial (with an unusually retarded Liu Bei I might add) your character will comment on how long it takes to actually get an army onto the field of battle. First you have to build barracks, then recruit guys, then drill the guys, then build a smith to create weapons, then make the weapons. Dear me, that's a lot of hand sitting. But the thing that really dragged this down for me was transporting materials. It's friggin' hard and it takes forever. Resource management is the number one issue in this game. If you don't plan things out right you might have one city with 40,000 gold and one with hardly any. Also, for some reason, whenever you attack and claim a city the gold in that city drops down to nothing even if it had tons of gold earlier. What is up with this 'scorched earth' crap? That is why it is good to bring gold with your troops when you attack so you can pay your officers and they won't get annoyed the next turn. Food, and soldiers take forever to send. Your better off just sending gold and then buying food.

The good news is that combat is more interactive then Romance 9, the game that most closely ressembles this one. In that game you sent your army out and they kind of stood around and banged on the other army untill a tactic would randomly trigger. In this game you have control over when you use your tactics and in general you have more control of your army. Like 9 you have a lot of action going on at once. The whole 'you are attacking someone but someone else attacks you and then another force attacks another one of your cities, which one are you gonna try and save' chaos sort of deal.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Turn-based Strategy is Back! March 10, 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
If you can't stand turn-based games, history lessons, or having to work with numbers, and if graphics are the most important thing to you in searching for a game (along with mindless action) then steer clear of this title. ROTK11 is an engaging game that you can easily spend days on. For those of you who have grow up playing L'Emporuer, Liberty or Death, Genghis Kan, Oda Nobunaga, and of course the previous ten ROTK titles then this is a godsend!

ROTK11 is a throw-back to the earliest titles in the series. Unlike ROTK10 it is not single-player, you are allowed up to 8 factions to control as the player. Logistics, warfare, city development, etc. everything is executed on one world map (meaning no battle screens or pesty loading times). It may take some getting used to if you're not familiar with the layout of previous ROTK games. They kept the deuls (naturally it's been there since ROTKone) and the debate screens, but they aren't near as frequent as in ROTK10. No ranks, just sovereigns. A plethora of optional game settings and character customizations along with enough battle/game senerioes to keep you busy for a month.

In summa:

A MUST HAVE for strategy gamers who think big.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Serious Strategy Game July 14, 2009
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI is yet another installment of the classic Chinese strategy game. If you're a fan of the RotTK series, you're sure to enjoy this one!

This is a very immersive strategy game, and you need to accept that it'll take a long time to play. Not long as in "millions of maps that you get to explore while non-stop fighting your enemies". It's long as in "first you have to build your barracks. Then you have to slowly build up your enemy. Don't forget about all the hassles of moving supplies around to keep your army fed and taken care of."

Your world is set in historical China, in the early 100s / 200s. There are literally hundreds of characters, and if you've been playing these series, many of them are quite familiar. You are actually learning some history while you play a game :)

The graphics are quite pretty, especially during some of the cut scenes. It is like watching a Chinese painting come to live. In the battle you get some 3D rendering of what is going on, but the focus is not on fast-moving button mashing. It is very much about strategy, about managing your resources.

This game will appeal to people who want to sit down for many hours at a stretch, delve themselves into what their troops are doing, how each area is being managed, learning all the glossary terms, becoming a Chinese historian.

For gamers who want a quick hack-and-slash for a half hour before dinner, they will become frustrated and bored with the attention needed to get through this game.

Well recommended for serious strategy gamers. Make sure you go through the long tutorial first, to get a solid grounding in how the game works.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Be Wary of Third Party Sellers
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its a good game its take a lot of time to play and beat but is worth it if you like those type of games I really like the old one better tho
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An awesome RPG. I love this series. For all you RPG fans, definitely check it out. Also check out the other games in the series, all of them are different in one way or another.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good game overall.
ROTK11 is a good follow up in the genre. I've been playing this series since Wall of Fire (and Koei's games since Genghis Khan), and each one has been an improvement from the last,... Read more
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