Romance Of The Three Kingdoms 2 Guide

Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Romance of the Three Kingdoms for the Nintendo Entertainment System, with the logo in the bottom-right corner
Genre(s)Strategy
Developer(s)Koei (now Koei Tecmo)
Publisher(s)Koei (now Koei Temco)
Creator(s)Yōichi Erikawa
First releaseRomance of the Three Kingdoms
10 December 1985
Latest releaseRomance of the Three Kingdoms XIV
16 January 2020
Spin-offsDynasty Warriors
Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese三國志
Simplified Chinese三国志
Literal meaningRecords of the Three Kingdoms
Transcriptions
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu PinyinSānguózhì
Vietnamese name
VietnameseTam quốc chí
Hán-Nôm三國志
Korean name
Hangul삼국지
Hanja三國志
Transcriptions
Revised RomanizationSamgugji
Japanese name
Kanji三國志
Hiraganaさんごくし
Transcriptions
Revised HepburnSangokushi

Romance of the Three Kingdoms (三國志, Sangokushi, lit. 'Records of the Three Kingdoms') is a series of turn-basedtactical role-playingsimulationgrand strategy wargames produced by Koei.[1][2] Originating from Japan in 1985, fourteen installments of the game have been published in Japan, Taiwan, China, South Korea and North America to date. While the game's title as it was released in English refers to the 14th century historical novelRomance of the Three Kingdoms (三國演義) by Luo Guanzhong, the title as it was released in Japan and Chinese regions refers to the 3rd century historical text Records of the Three Kingdoms (三國志) by Chen Shou.

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Overview[edit]

  • Overview Romance of the Three Kingdoms II (JP: 'Sangokushi II') is the sequel to Koei's popular strategy game Romance of the Three Kingdoms, based on a book that depicted the events of a turbulent period of Chinese history during which the three Kingdoms of Wei, Shu and Wu fought over the nation of China after the collapse of the Han Dynasty.
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI; Romance of The Three Kingdoms IV; Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire; Romance of the Three Kingdoms Part 5.
  • The following is a complete list of the available War Spoils in the NES version of Romance of the Three Kingdoms II. After every offensive battle that is won by a human player, there is a roughly.

Description The sequel to Romance of the Three Kingdoms.The game concept is still the same, though they did improve a lot of features that one may consider 'disturbing' from RTK I (e.g. Generals dying easily due to disease, etc.).RTK can be said to be much more 'stable' where players no longer have to worry that much about time length in the game, as the game take a slower time rate to allow.

The series are based on the romanticized Romance of the Three Kingdoms novel and the historical text Records of the Three Kingdoms, the storyline takes place during the Han Dynasty in China with many warring factions that included the Shu Han, Cao Wei and Eastern Wu kingdoms. Gameplay revolves around managing numerical statistics, each representing an attribute of a city or a character. A city is described by statistics such as stored grain supplies, vulnerability to disasters such as floods and earthquakes, treasury funds, domestic affairs and populace loyalty. Characters are numerically characterized by their leadership abilities, melee prowess, intellects and loyalty, as well as special traits or even magical abilities that can be called upon whether during wartime, diplomacy or domestic affairs. Players can increase these numbers before waging war on neighbouring territories or intending diplomatic efforts.

While generally presented as a turn-based strategy game, the seventh, eighth and tenth editions offer role-playing features, allowing the player to play as a rank-and-file character instead of leading a kingdom.

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Several spin-offs based on the series include the tactical action hack and slash video game Dynasty Warriors, Dynasty Tactics which is a hybrid of Dynasty Warriors and Romance of the Three Kingdoms, as well as the three tactical role-playing gamesSangokushi Eiketsuden (Liu Bei), Sangokushi Koumeiden (Zhuge Liang), and Sangokushi Sousouden (Cao Cao). Kessen II is a real-time tactics game on PS2.

List of games in the series[edit]

The release dates provided are for original Japanese releases.

Main series[edit]

  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms (1985, PC-88) – Also available on Amiga, MS-DOS, PC-98, MSX, NES (1988), FM-7, Sharp X1, Sharp X68000, WonderSwan, Windows (2003), mobile phones.
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms II (1989, PC-88) – Also available on Amiga, MS-DOS, MSX2, NES, SNES, Mega Drive (1989), Sharp X68000, WonderSwan, Windows (2000), mobile phones
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny (1992, PC-98) – Also available on MS-DOS, SNES, Mega Drive (1992), Windows (2001), NDS (2006)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire (1994, PC-98) – Also available on SNES, Sega 32X, MS-DOS, Sega Saturn, PlayStation (1994), Game Boy Advance, Windows (2001), NDS (2007)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms V (1995, PC-98) – Also available on Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Windows (1995), PlayStation Portable (2005), NDS (2010), 3DS (2013)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms VI: Awakening of the Dragon (1996, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation, Dreamcast (1996), PlayStation Portable (2005)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII (2000, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation, PlayStation 2 (2000), PlayStation Portable (2006)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII (2001, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation 2 (2002), PlayStation Portable (2007)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX (2003, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation 2 (2004), PlayStation Portable (2011)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms X (2004, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation 2 (2005)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI (2006, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation 2 (2006), Wii (2007)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XII (2012, Windows) – Also available on PlayStation 3, Wii U (2012), PlayStation Vita (2013)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (2016, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows) – Also available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation Vita (2017)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV (2020, Windows, PlayStation 4)

Other games[edit]

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  • Super Sangokushi (SNES)
  • Sangokushi Eiketsuden (SNES)
  • Sangokushi Internet (1999, Windows) - Koei's first online video game of the series, developed by Koei Taiwan.
  • Kessen II (2001, PS2)
  • Dynasty Tactics (2002, PS2)
  • Sangokushi Battlefield (2002, Windows)
  • Dynasty Tactics 2 (2003, PS2)
  • Sangokushi Online (2007, Windows )
  • Yo-kai Sangokushi (2015, Nintendo 3DS) - Crossover with Level-5's Yo-Kai Watch series
  • Sangokushi Mobile (Mobile phones)
  • Sangokushi Mobile 2 (Mobile phones)
  • Sangokushi Mobile 3 (Mobile phones)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms Touch (2009, iOS)
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms 2 (2010, iOS)

Reception[edit]

Sangokushi received positive critical reception in North America when it was released there in 1988.

As of 2020, the series has shipped more than 8 million copies worldwide.[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Encyclopædia Britannica
  2. ^'Romance of the Three Kingdoms'. Legendra. Retrieved 2011-03-01.
  3. ^https://www.agara.co.jp/article/61027

External links[edit]

  • The Romance of the Three Kingdoms series at MobyGames
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