Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest Reviews (PlayStation 3)
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PlayStation Universe (Nov 30, 2015)
A unique cross of visual novel, RPG and strategy with fun and addictive gameplay. Learn some historical names and geography as you delve into a fun, laid back story, with ample amounts of combat and quests to keep you occupied. New game+ gives you a reason to come back and take alternate routes to glory to test your strategic senses.
Digitally Downloaded (Nov 05, 2015)
Eiyuu Senki is, of course, a very niche game, but it's a worthy one. Like Tears to Tiara 2 before it, it translates from adult entertainment into a "legitimate" game very well, on the strength of its strategy gameplay, and while you're not getting Shakespeare from the narrative, as long as you're able to enjoy these kinds of anime tropes, you're going to have a really good time with this one.
Push Square (Nov 19, 2015)
There's more to Eiyuu Senki - The World Conquest than meets the eye. On the face of it, it seems almost garish, with its scantily clad female characters and eyebrow-raising plot, but deep down is a game which encourages you to think tactically and carefully. While it does take some getting into, those persevering will be rewarded with challenging and interesting gameplay, and that sense of achievement which only comes with world domination.
Hardcore Gamer Magazine (Nov 30, 2015)
Eiyuu Senki – The World Conquest is rough around the edges, a little shallow and suffers from some serious pacing issues, but those qualms aside, it’s also a compelling take on the tactical RPG genre, not just by how it marries its SRPG conventions with those of a visual novel, but by how it handles combat and strategic decision-making. It never takes itself too seriously, which serves to both its benefit and detriment, but its unique take on being a harem role-playing game where the women seeking the hero’s approval are historic badass warriors. Thanks to a competent localization job and script, Eiyuu Senki is an all around fine game. It won’t make believers out of anyone not into the genre or art direction, but for those looking to pump just a little bit more out of their PS3 should at least consider picking it up.
COGConnected / Canadian Online Gamers Network (Dec 03, 2015)
All in all, Eiyuu Senki – The World Conquest appeals to a very niche audience. It has very good combat, and lots of options, but most gamers, even those who love their RPGs very Japenese, will have a difficult time getting into the silly story, and boring dialogue. This game is for hardcore visual novel and strategy RPG enthusiasts only.