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Romance Of The Three Kingdoms XIII Getting Fame and Strategy

Released last year for Windows and PlayStation 4, Koei Tecmo’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII is now getting an expansion pack, titled Fame and Strategy which also marks this game’s release on the Xbox One.     While this title was originally also available on Xbox One in Japan, western Xbox One owners will for the first time […]Read More

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII Review (PC)

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII is part of the Historical Simulation series of grand strategy games, which covers both Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Nobunaga’s Ambition. We reviewed Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence at the end of last year, though it actually came out in Japan in 2013.   As you’d expect, given the 3 year gap, […]Read More

Let’s Play Nobunaga’s Ambition Sphere of Influence #2 – Tutorial

In this second part of this short series we keep on chugging through thee Tutorial of Nobunaga’s Ambition, explaining why it’s telling you to do certain things and helping put it in a way that can be understood!     This time we cover Infrastructure, Developing Districts, Developing Fortresses, and how to finish off Enticement […]Read More

Koei Tecmo Reveal Details On Nobunaga’s Ambition Diplomacy System

Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence is, according to producer Ogasawara-san, built upon “three pillars” — Creation, War, and Diplomacy. He spoke in detail about each aspect of the game in his Gamescom presentation last week. but Koei Tecmo have just revealed more details about the Diplomacy side of things, as well as releasing a new […]Read More

Nobunaga’s Ambition Story Mode Aims to Introduce Newcomers to Grand

Nobody in the world is as big a fan of Nobunaga’s Ambition as Sphere of Influence‘s producer, Kenichi Ogasawara. The third title in the series (Sphere of Influence is the 14th!), Nobunaga no Yabou Sengoku Gunyuuden, is the game that got Ogasawara-san into games — leading to him working for Koei Tecmo in the late 90s with […]Read More

Tetris Pulled From EU eShop Dec 31st: Are Video Game

In theory any system’s eShop and, in particular, the Virtual Console, is a Godsend for gaming enthusiasts. Gaming’s top titles are archived away forever, always available so we can remember fondly what once was. Unfortunately, due to video game licensing agreement and other boring legal practices this is far from the reality of the situation.   In […]Read More