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Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny (TurboGrafx CD)

Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny TurboGrafx CD A funny screen you see if you don't have enough memory :)

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny is another strategy game by Koei. The concept is the same here as in Koei's other wargames: conquer all you can!

In this case the historical setting is ancient China. The country is under the control of one Emperor, but all of the faction leaders want to be the emperor themselves. You begin with one territory and you must conquer more to win the game.

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny TurboGrafx CD The character on the flag is the family name "Cao". Using your sharp powers of deduction, you guess this must be Cao Cao's army
Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny TurboGrafx CD I decided to play as the despicable Dong Zhuo (read the book if you don't know who this is). I mean, just look at his face. What a greedy, mean bastard!..
Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny TurboGrafx CD Each scenario has its own intro
Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny TurboGrafx CD Diplomacy screen

Alternate Titles

  • "Sangokushi III" -- Japanese title
  • "RTK 3" -- Common abbreviation
  • "Les trois royaumes: Le destin du dragon" -- French title

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Kaminari (2048) added Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny (TurboGrafx CD) on Sep 09, 2008
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