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Dynasty Tactics 2 - PlayStation 2

4.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
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  • ESRB Rating: Teen
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Mission: In this awaited sequel, use your tactics to boost your army's morale and perform devastating attacks and raids on enemy troops

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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 2

Product Description

War: Chinese dynasty-style.

From the Manufacturer

The most exciting tactical simulation experience ever! Tactical Combos and Links are enhanced with the new Tactical Chain System. Now an officer can unleash multiple tactics in a single turn.

Lu Bu as a playable character! The "Ultimate Warrior of the Three Kingdoms" joins Liu Bei, Cao Cao, and Sun Ce with epic new stories!

Twice the number of tactics as the original! "Fire Attacks," "Raids," and "Rockslides." Utilize the all-new "Team Tactic" by combining attacks with friendly officers!


Product Information

Platform:PlayStation 2
ASIN B00009B05M
Release date September 24, 2003
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4.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #35,500 in videogames
#743 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 6.7 x 0.6 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
This game is awesome! It is a great strategy game. The game idea is really unique that you won't find another one (except the original DT) either PC games or console game having this same great game concept.
The game is turn-base. Your troop will take turn to move and the movement order is based on the troop's morale. The great concept is to use the "tactics" (or special attack) on the enemies. The tactics can be linked to form Combo. The longer the combo chain, the more desvastating the damage you cause to the emenies and the more craft points you could earn so later you would use to learn new tatics for your generals.
It takes a little bit of playing to get learn how to plan out the tactics and link them together. You got to think and plan your troop out or else you won't maximize the effect of the tactics your troops have.
After couple hours of getting a feel of the game and knowing to link the tactics and creat long combo, the game is extremely (again extremely) addictive!
I would give it 6 stars if there is such rating. Koei makes lots of games of the three kingdoms (like romance of the three kingdoms 1-10 both pc and console, Dynasty Warriors, etc...). Dynasty Tactics is another type of three-kingdoms game but Koei has done excellent work coming up with different game concept. This one is again awesome!
I really love it.
Hope you would have fun with it too.
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I'm a huge fan of the Dynasty series and the characters from the books Romance of the Three Kingdoms. I haven't read the books, but I first got a taste of the characters in an NES game called "Destiny of an Emperor" which still remains one of my favorite games. This game uses all of those characters and more. The gameplay is very in depth, allowing you to recruit generals (both after battle and by having their friends in your army to entice them to join), form armies of varying size depending on the leading general's "Leadership" skills and so on. Battle is fought on a field that is mapped out in square grids. You can chain tactics together to create devastating combos and wipe out your opponents in pretty much one turn. Also another nice thing about this game is that you can play each of the three kingdoms and also play Lu Bu's missions. By playing all of these, there is a mode that will allow you to view the history of each officer that you have recruited into your army from all 4 games combined, so you can kind of get a history lesson as well. The graphics and cut scenes are very well done. The only complaint that I have is that there isn't an Officer Edit option. If they add that into the next installment of the Dynasty Tactics series, the game will be even greater yet! But still, even without the officer edit, you get alot of game for your buck and presently you can pick it up for pretty cheap. So if you are a fan of great tactical games, pick this up. It will take you a while to beat and since you can play 4 different stories, the replay value is very high.
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By JW on May 12, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2 Verified Purchase
No complaints here, well only that I wished it still had some small aspects like Dynasty Tactics 1 but it had many new features I really liked. But still love these 2 games. Only wish I had an original 60 GB PS3 so I didn't have to buy a PS2 to play it.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
This is seriously one of the best turn-based strategy video games ever made... probably the best ever on console. I have not seen anything that compares since this game. If you want to fully complete the game, there are countless hours of play. My old memory card actually died before I was able to finish the game. I then had to start over, and PS3 came out before I had finished on the 2nd time around. But, this game is the main reason that I still have a PS2.
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I have now sunk a weekend into DT2, and while the game is enjoyable enough, and a few innovations have been made, I can't help but shake the "been there, done that" feeling. I loved Dynasty Tactics, an innovative offering from about two years ago that added a new strategy line to KOEI's RTK games. Players would control armies and by stringing army tactics together, could initiate devastating combos and unleash awesome destructive power, all while trying to conquer China in the name of their leader.
Tactics 2 offers the same idea with a few surface innovations. First off, the good. Now, there are four storylines you can follow (Lu Bu is the new addition), and the stories entertwine a bit here (I'll leave this to your own discovery, but this pleases me the most). The battlefields have been decreased in size, so a player doesn't have as long to set up the old "Pit" and "Taunt" combos, which makes the battles a bit more interesting. Also, many battles have extra requirements which can net pretty good awards (items). You now can talk to townspeople and mystics in each city in which you are stationed. The mystics offer items and tactics; I have seen (as yet) no use for the townspeople. As you can see, these are really extranneous to the game, but they provide some more flavor, and a chance to understand the characters better.
Now for the bad. Each tactic now has a success probability attached to it. Weaker tactics (such as Charge) have a high probability, while stronger and new tactics (such as Repel II, Arrowstorm and Fire Attack) are a bit lower. If a player chains tactics, these probabilities increase, and morale plays a factor as well. This seems like a good innovation, but it is flawed.
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