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Worst Game (2009)
 
Shavako  posted on Oct 15, 2009 8:14:10 PM - Report post

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Takeda 3 isnt even worthy to be on shelves 10 years ago. Now this is bull it mAKES MY ROFLMAO. I tried the demo b4 buying and was immediately surprised. Thinking the gameplay would make up for the early 90's graphics but I was wrong to hope because its worse then any gam i've played in the 90's. To think this was made this year!! LOL
 
Telapicus_old  posted on Oct 15, 2009 8:35:14 PM - Report post


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yeah i was pretty amazed at the graphics it looks like medieval total war or shogun total war mod
 
kaizer88  posted on Jan 12, 2010 2:19:48 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by Shavako

Takeda 3 isnt even worthy to be on shelves 10 years ago. Now this is bull it mAKES MY ROFLMAO. I tried the demo b4 buying and was immediately surprised. Thinking the gameplay would make up for the early 90's graphics but I was wrong to hope because its worse then any gam i've played in the 90's. To think this was made this year!! LOL

What do u say was a totally exaggeration ! (for saying this the worst game (2009)
There are far many other PC games who are worse or much worse than this... even then u don't need to talk about gameplay first but even talk about the installation process...

And u also forgetting that this game came from a relatively small game dev so of course there will always many minus in their game
I know we paid to play the game fully & a small game dev don't have any privilege to make a crappy trashy game but still...its like Sango for Three Kingdom game... its can't be compared with RoTK from Koei but in some aspect, its have some edge over RoTK

And since THERE ARE no SENGOKU JIDAI game in PC with english version anymore that I know, I give a lot of respect for Magitech effort to try reviving & bringing Sengoku Jidai game back to PC... especially with very good art & since CA had forget to make a new version of Shogun TW series...
Also since Koei had forgetting to make PC version of Nobunaga Ambition or Kessen too

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kaizer88  posted on Jan 12, 2010 2:31:27 PM - Report post

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yeah i was pretty amazed at the graphics it looks like medieval total war or shogun total war mod

Whats wrong with the graphic ? as long as the gameplay + replay value + story + plot + art are good... its much much better than others who abused the graphic so savagely thus increasing the need of powerful gaming rig to just able to play it in static frame rate

And whats wrong if the game don't have so many perks or superb eye candy stuff like Empire Total Wars or Iron Hearts or Europa Universalis or Warhammer March of Chaos ?
This came from a relatively small game dev (same dev of Sango), so of course, u can't expect they will be able to make a Sengoku Jidai game with graphic like World in Conflict or Empire likeness too despite it came in 09...

And considering there aren't any Sengoku Jidai game with english version for PC gaming, u can't be TOO demanded about the game... but I think the price is a bit too expensive though

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