Destiny of an Emperor game
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  • Even though the branching paths hastily rejoin at a particular point of the gameplay, it presents a unique experience, which is not available to similar games such as ‘Dragon Warrior’ and ‘Final Fantasy’

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      Destiny of an Emperor’, also known as ‘Tenchi o Kurau’, is a traditional console role-playing computer game developed and published by Capcom Co., Ltd. It was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan on May 1989 and in the United States on September 1990. The game was largely based on the dramatic novel ‘Romance of the Three Kingdoms’ by Luo Guanzhong, which is loosely based on the events and other historical events that took place during the period of the Three Kingdoms in the ancient China.

      Destiny of an Emperor’ uses several unique features, making it different from other traditional role-playing games. Your party is consists with a maximum of seven members, in which five of them can actively join in the battle anytime. There is one member serving as a

      substitute for a character killed during the battle while the remaining one serves as both a party tactician and a reinforcement member. The party tactician gives magic-like effects that are required to almost all members during battle. During the course of the gameplay, you can capture about 120 enemy armies or even bribe them to join your party.

      The game has branching storyline, allowing you to choose from the alternate path options that generally do not affect the storyline in any considerable manner. Even though the branching paths hastily rejoin at a particular point of the gameplay, it presents a unique experience, which is not available to similar games such as ‘Dragon Warrior’ and ‘Final Fantasy’. Based from Guanzhong’s famous novel, ‘Destiny of an Emperor’ follows a story of famous Chinese historical ...

      • personality, Liu Bei and his sworn brothers, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei.

        Even though the game largely follows the events presented in the novel, in many cases, the final result is changed in favour of Liu Bei against a range of other warlords in the generation. Most of the deviations take place in the later part of the game, especially regarding the invasions of the other ruling powers, the Kingdom of Cao Wei and the Kingdom of Sun Wu.

        The storyline in the gameplay starts when Liu Bei, Guan Yu, and Zhang Fei build up a small military force to protect their village from the rebels of Yellow Turban who are devotees of sorcerer Zhang Jiao. Liu Bei recruits farmers and peasants from the nearby camps and villages, eventually overcoming Zhang Jiao and

        his military men. Later on, Tao Qian, the governor in the Three Kingdoms falls ill and asks Liu Bei to take over his position. Liu Bei hesitantly accepts the offer. The events at the start of the in the game are very similar to the novel, but has significant alterations.

        As you advance to higher levels, your generals do not get defensive bonuses or even additional strength, adding more challenge in the gameplay. If your officers do not have enough or maximum number of soldiers, they cannot get any additional soldier to improve their present health amount, unless you have restored the troop count of your force, which can be achieved by sleeping at inns or having healative items or tactics.

        I recommend this game to all. One of the best games I ever played.

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