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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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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!
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
* Arrived on time
* No scratches or wear and tear on the disk
* Great game for anyone who loves the Dynasty Warriors series and wants a different spin on it
Game works real good....Still have it to this day....Thanks. At first I was worried but I think I'm going to buy morePublished on July 8, 2013 by Kevin Kendale Thomas
I've always loved the Dynasty games by KOEI and I just had to get this game. It's fun and lots of hours of game play.Published on December 19, 2010 by Rocky Xiong
for overall fun its ok, but its takes a little getting use to the game play but overall its entertainingPublished on April 1, 2007 by J. Brown
the first major problem with this game is that its cool that you can have spies and stuff like that but every time you send them somewhere they get caught like right away. Read morePublished on May 9, 2004