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Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den (NES)

Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den NES Title screen

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Description

The game is based on the comic Tenchi o kurau by Hiroshi Motomiya, itself based on the novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong and following the main plot of historical events.

The player starts the game as Liu Bei, the one of greatest Chinese heroes, in the mission to restore the power of Han Dynasty. The imperial seal was stolen from Luoyang's ashes, and Yuan Shu claimed the throne. The player's objective is to bring him to justice. Serving the Emperor of Han Dynasty and Cao Cao, the hero completes quests, not forgetting his brotherhood with Guan Yu and Zhang Fei. Travelling through China, the player may add heroes to the group and meet different opponents in combat. The power of group members is estimated in thousands of people.

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Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den NES Starting the game. To the right is your traditional Dragon Quest interface
Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den NES Title screen
Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den NES Oh, the great Chinese warlords!
Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den NES On the world map with your party

Alternate Titles

  • "天地を喰らうII・諸葛孔明伝" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Destiny of an Emperor II" -- Informal name

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Title translation

"Shokatsu Kōmei-den" means "Story of Zhūgě Kǒngmíng", with Shokatsu Kōmei being the Japanese pronunciation of Zhūgě Liàng's courtesy name, the name given to a person as a replacement for his given name later in life.
POMAH (33700) added Tenchi o kurau II: Shokatsu Kōmei-den (NES) on Nov 08, 2006