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The graphics and sound are
minimal, but serviceable. There are musical tones indicating good or
bad outcomes, and outside battle there are tiny animations showing
events, like storms or plagues. Despite the clunky interface, this game
has much to appreciate.
The only problem with Nobunaga's Ambition is that only one game at a time can be saved on the cartridge. I can easily see past such shortcomings when presented with a complex game that offers me the opportunity challenge my strategic know-how. Also, with five level of difficulty beating this game can make your NES look like Big Blue.