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Tenchi o Kurau II: Shokatsu Koumei Den

Tenchi o Kurau II: Shokatsu Koumei Den (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Turn-Based RPG (Historical)
Developer: Capcom

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Released
JP
04/05/1991
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Tenchi o Kurau II: Shokatsu Koumei Den review

Reviewed December 20, 2007

Rob Hamilton says: "It’s not that it’s a bad game by any means — it just doesn’t offer anything important that already wasn’t in the original Destiny of an Emperor. In fact, this game essentially takes the majority of the first one and adds a lot of story-telling to what is essentially a Dragon Warrior clone set in feudal China."
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