I was wondering, who added the alternative title and what is the source of that? I trust the approvers, but this particular name is puzzling me to no end.
Pseudo Intellectual wrote:
I heard this one back in 2002 and it was ... highly memorable. Concise and very apropos!
and then after being asked for a source:
I doubt it has appeared in print, but for five years or so it was the only name by which I knew the game. Names don't get much more informal than this!
Haha, well, I don't really object to it personally, it's a funny and rather accurate name. :P
It's not accurate at all. How is the Three Kingdoms period ancient? It's third century AD.
(Edited by Donatello (351), Dec 30, 2012)Re: Kill Everyone In Ancient China?
Donatello (351), Dec 30, 2012
YID YANG Wrote:
Well, it's a rather informal title, and by accurate I mostly meant in the boundaries of informal titles, ie it is already a simplification of the game to begin with and "ancient China" is part of the crude simplification. Wouldn't really sound as well if you had "Kill Everyone in Imperial China". :P
Wll, yeah, but my problem is also with the "Kill Everyone" part :) Where, it doesn't really matter :)