With Nintendo's Virtual Console
service already populated by all manner of leaping vermin, reckless racers and pointy-eared adventurers, the time has come for something more serious
to occupy our time. And it doesn't get more serious
than a political tale of an inter-kingdom love triangle and the slow subjugation of China, otherwise described as Romance of the Three Kingdoms
This Monday sees the release of the fourth and snappily titled game in the tactical sim series, Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of
As it presents the SNES version, expect to spend 800 points ($8) on this acquisition when it hits the Wii at 9AM Pacific Time.
No, that's it. Surely you didn't expect
to conquer China, invade Monster World
traipse through an Enchanted Castle
all in one day?