REVIEWS Total War: Three Kingdoms is a strategy masterpiece
so often, a game comes into my life that makes me feel strange. I think this feeling might be … love. Total War: Three Kingdoms is one of those games. It manages to make me feel like a new man, specifically, a powerful Chinese warlord circa 200 AD.
I’m not being flippant. Three Kingdoms succeeds in taking the basic formula of historical-empire simulation and transforming it into something magical. This game feels less like a diverting intellectual challenge and more like a convincing role-playing fantasy. It has crossed a mystical border, from colorfully disguised statistical manipulations, into a towering human drama.
It all comes down to how the game presents a vast cast of characters, each of whom has their own agenda. Unlike many games of conquest and diplomacy, Three Kingdoms’ human-behavior AI has the measure of man.
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