DS #4658: Shin Sengoku Tenka Touitsu Gunyuutachi no Souran (Japan)

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  1. Chanser
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    ^^ndsrelease-5925^^
     
  2. outgum

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    This looks abit like Dynasty Warriors or whatever,
    i might look up some Vids.
     
  3. LagunaCid

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    It is Romance of the Three Kingdoms
     
  4. Pita

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    It's not RoTK. It's set in feudal Japan. Although, from what I've seen it is rather similar to Nobunaga's ambition... which in turn is basically RoTK in Japan. Apparently it's part of a long series of titles by systemsoft, (not Koei).... None of which have been localised. So no hope here. [​IMG]

    Doesn't quite look as polished as Koei's efforts, though.
     
  5. Krobelus

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    I think that's the trailer for this game.

    They're using the DS lite to advertise it.. [​IMG]
     
  6. Kerian

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    what's wrong with my good ol' ds lite? [​IMG]
     
  7. nori2nori

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    /// THE UNIVERSAL CHILD'S PLAY PATCH WAS UPDATED!! ///

    How to play "Shin Sengoku Tenka Touitsu Gunyuutachi no Souran" on your DSTT and R4


    1. Download Patch.rar and get a Patch.exe file from the RAR archive.

    2. Drag your ROM and drop it onto the Patch.exe. That's all.

    Note:
    This path is not only for "Shin Sengoku Tenka Touitsu Gunyuutachi no Souran". It's one of game to be patched by Universal Child's Play Patch.


    The file having the ".bak" extension is the backup copy of the original nds file.

    Credit to Rudolph.