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Topic: Nobunaga's Ambition

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KaiserGX

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Is it any good for a beginner? I liked the Historical aspect of Samurai Warriors. I am hoping Chocobo comes in here.

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Hokori

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I like it, although haven't played any other nobunaga games though

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Geonjaha

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If you started a thread just for one person's opinion maybe you should consider simply messaging said person?

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Bankai

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They're fairly inaccessible games for newcomers, as a rule. Once you get into them there aren't deeper strategy games on consoles.

I love them, mind you. If you do pick it up, give it a good solid ten hours of training time before you will start to get a feel for it.

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DarkEdi

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I will try it too. And later i will get Pokemon Conquest to understand better both games.

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KaiserGX

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Do you skip the battles Choco? Also I don't think Pokemon Conquest is the same... besides the grid battle portion of it. Or am I wrong? Tokagawa is 19!

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Bankai

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As I have said a few hundred times, pokemon conquest is a travesty to the Nobunaga's Ambition games. Pokemon is about as strategic as Nintendogs compared to Nobunaga.

Kaiser, which version of Nobunaga are you specifically talking about? None of them are on the Australian Virtual Console, and in some versions it's not possible to avoid the battles. I play the DS game and always fight it out. :)

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KaiserGX

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The SNES game, it's just called Nobunaga's Ambition in the US. It was also on the Genesis (not VC). Also yeah I just noticed you can't skip battles unless you have the PC playing for you.

For some reason I think the graphics in this game look better then Lord of Darkness.
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bezerker99

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Once you figure out wth u are doing, this game is excellent. My uncle used to rent this game back in the day and play it all weekend. Thus my aunt hated Nobunaga's Ambition. lol

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KaiserGX

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Damn! I was going so good. I lost a battle... good thing I saved it just before.

Ok so I know what the icons mean... correct me if I am wrong.
In order from the top.
Troops - Money - Town Value
Troop Loyalty - Rice - Dam
Weapon - Peasant Loyalty - Rice Field production
Training - (I don't know what this is) - Debt

Is that right? Also what's the one I am missing.

Also are there any differences between units? I was heavily disappointed that the Wii Operations Guide hardly said anything about this stuff.
Anyone got tips on how to start out or what to develop. Learning fun game though. I never once been disappointed by any of Chocobo's Recommendations and they actually become some of my favorites.

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Bankai

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KaiserGX wrote:

Damn! I was going so good. I lost a battle... good thing I saved it just before.

Ok so I know what the icons mean... correct me if I am wrong.
In order from the top.
Troops - Money - Town Value
Troop Loyalty - Rice - Dam
Weapon - Peasant Loyalty - Rice Field production
Training - (I don't know what this is) - Debt

Is that right? Also what's the one I am missing.

Also are there any differences between units? I was heavily disappointed that the Wii Operations Guide hardly said anything about this stuff.
Anyone got tips on how to start out or what to develop. Learning fun game though. I never once been disappointed by any of Chocobo's Recommendations and they actually become some of my favorites.

Sorry dude I haven't played this game in so long I honestly couldn't remember what all the icons mean.

Training I can explain though - training affects battles. The higher the training of your armies, the more effective they are in combat. You don't want to go into battle with an opponent that has higher training, even if their force is smaller.

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Bankai

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Anyone got tips on how to start out or what to develop. Learning fun game though. I never once been disappointed by any of Chocobo's Recommendations and they actually become some of my favorites.

I usually find the best strategy in the early stages of the game is to concentrate on using your initial armies to occupy a couple of weaker nearby territories, and then concentrate entirely on building up those territories. The more built up a territory, the more cash it provides, and you'll be needing that to build big armies about the mid-point of the game, because your opponents have the habit of building big forces quickly (at least, in the modern Nobunaga's they do).

It also helps to protect one of your flanks from attack by an alliance or political marriage. You dont' want to be facing enemies on both sides of you.

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KaiserGX

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I usually have a fief ask me for a pact or marriage. Should I always take up on their offer?

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Bankai

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KaiserGX wrote:

I usually have a fief ask me for a pact or marriage. Should I always take up on their offer?

It greatly depends - what do you get from it?

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KaiserGX

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Besides the temporary alliance... a bit of gold.

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Bankai

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Besides the temporary alliance... a bit of gold.

(again this is a lot of guess works as my memory of the game is minimal) - are there better rewards from other marriage strategies? Gold is a fairly plentyiful resource, and temporary alliances are not as good as unbreakable ones.

Marriage is a fairly limited resource - generally the best option is to make sure that you get the best value possible out of it.

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KaiserGX

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According to the manual Marriage make a better alliances then a pact but none are unbreakable and will weaken over time. It also says there's no limit on how many you can marry and even from one Daimyo.

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KaiserGX

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Also I herd bribe only works if your troops morale is high... how many people can you bribe during battle? I mean will you get everyone in the troop you bribe or just a couple? I am getting e><austed during battle. I finish off a battle and win and just as it ends another fief attacks me. I think I rather raise enough gold and bribe everyone I come in contact with. Lower their troops. increase my own and not loose much in the process.

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DarkEdi

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I will download this game soon. There are other similars but it seems ok for me. I only have played before Ogre Battle 64 and Shining Force and i like them.

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KaiserGX

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This isn't anything like that. Yeah there's a battle part of the game but it's only a small part. This is a lot deeper then I thought it was ever going to be. Though I might as well start over... I have enough troops and took a couple lands but I am close to dieing of old age lol.

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