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This is a new type of action game that allows you to relive, firsthand, the experiences that made these men and women the warriors of the Three Kingdoms. Brandish your weapons of war as you forge a path into enemy lines and scatter all those who have the courage to face your might. Guide your troops to victory and power. Watch as the lives of these heroes of the Three Kingdoms spread before you. In their search for true battle, Omega-Force presents a new type of entertainment.
- Brings (one vs. many) battle to life - The original Dynasty Warriors presented the world of the Three Kingdoms in a one on one fighting game. In Dynasty Warriors 2, the detailed movements and actions remain but the scope has grown as you enter the battlefield, where you never really know how many you will have to fight. Along with normal special attacks, battle is done on horseback or with a bow--all as the situation demands. Enjoy to its fullest battle in the word of the Three Kingdoms.
- Your judgement sways the course of battle - Guide your men to victory through a number of famous battles. You are given a number of commands to fulfill. Take the enemy fortress, capture the enemy commander, and others. Still, a warning, it is not enough to simply kill everything that moves. You must remain aware of battle conditions, know where the enemy lines are thinnest, know how your own lines are faring, etc. Based on this, you must take the best action for those circumstances to fulfill your goals. The allure of simulation is combined with the thrill of action to bring to life this strategic battle game.
- Battlefields and armies on a grand scale - The battlefields and battles that gave birth to the romanticism of the Three Kingdoms, battles like Guan Du and Chi Bi, are represented on battlefields of over a square kilometer. Over a thousand officers and men can be found carrying out various plans that will cause you to be attacked from all sides and when you least expect it. We hope you enjoy it.
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