Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII, the seventh title of the series, invites you to live your own Three Kingdoms experience. You will travel back to ancient China and play as any of 535 possible characters. Features new to this installment include multiplayer … see full wiki
I admit that when I first started playing this game, it wasn't exactly what I thought it would be. Nevertheless, I got addicted for a short time once I figured out how to play the game. This game is pretty much a decision-making, strategy game, kind of like SimCity. It takes place during the the first 500 years of Chinese history. A "game" ends either when your character dies without an heir or when all three kingdoms of China are united under one ruler. You can choose to just be a warlord or plain officer or a wandering ronin with no allegiance to anyone or a liege in charge of a 3rd of China. Out of all the options, I found the liege option to be the most rewarding. You have to make the most decisions, but it's the only way you have total control over how the outcome of the game will end (in all the other choices, the game can end without you rising as far in status and power as you would like). Not everyone will enjoy this game, but it can be rewarding. It's a great way to learn a bunch of names from ancient Chinese history.
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