(SNES / Super Nintendo)

Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf (SNES / Super Nintendo)

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Unleash Mongol hordes!

In Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf, unite the scattered Mongol tribes under your banner and conquer the world as Genghis Khan. Choose from two riveting scenarios: Mongolia and all of Eurasia. It is up to you to take your fledgling empire from your humble beginnings on the Mongolian plateau and expand your borders across the land! As your rivals look enviously upon your domain, you must struggle to weather the assaults of your opponents and carve out a living for your people. Engage in diplomacy to forge alliances, and organize your troops to defend the prosperity of your empire! If you can manage to spread the borders of your empire to the corners of the world, all will pay homage to your might!

Game Review

Wii U eShop Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Evan Chambers

Who knew that Genghis Khan was so cool, calculating, and complex?

Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf was originally developed by Koei and released for the PC-8801, PC9801, and the MSX in 1992. The following year, Genghis Khan II saw releases for MS-DOS, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, PC Engine CD, NES, and SNES. Five more...

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Virtual Console Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Spencer McIlvaine


Koei's 'Universal Ruler' simulator lets you live the life of the Mongol legend himself. You'll go where he goes, defile what he defiles and eat who he eats. But before you misjudge this game as an indecipherable Japanese take on medieval Mongolian life,...

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User Comments (22)



Yasume said:

It's unfair. Why do all these great strategy games only come out in NA?



hansolo350 said:

They didn't release them in Europe because strategy games are text and and they would have needed to translate the into several languages. These games never really sold that well so releasing them in Europe would have most likely have cost Koei much then they would gotten back in sales.



Yasume said:

But is there any chance that these games will come to the VC for us Europeans? During a Hanabi Festival or something?



hansolo350 said:

Well since Romace of the Three Kingdoms still hasn't shown up in Europe it's not looking likely.



Bass_X0 said:

I never heard of this one. But then I don't really like strategy games.



slangman said:

Another stategy game. Too bad us europeans may never get to play those games on VC.



marktheshark said:

Why would Koei release all the sequels to the VC yet not even bother with the prequels? Is Zhang Jiao & his brothers threatening to punish them if they release the prequels first?



KeeperBvK said:

Yay, another one we're not gonna get. .
Where's Joghurt when there's something for him to celebrate? ^^



CanisWolfred said:

I was gonna say "Oh great, another Koei game that I can ignore", but having read the description, this actually sounds pretty good. I'm in the mood for a little world conquering!



Gabbo said:

I own both. Genghis Khan 1 was my favorite console strategy game of all time, so I really hope that one gets a release. I never liked 2 as much as 1, but I'm thrilled that we're getting either!



earl_wickrue said:

Well, at least swords and soldiers looks good. Why KOEI, WHY? It's not like they don't make awesome games, why cant we get Destiny of an Emperor series, instead of this crap. Regardless of the game's overall quality, playing a strategy game on the snes is an exercise in torture(toh-chah). There, I said it. DESTINY OF AN EMPEROR!!!!!



Gabbo said:

Hi folks. I'm working on the review as we speak.

I recommended playing Nobunaga first and I stand by that. I haven't played RotTK in years so I don't think I'm qualified to answer that. But this game is definitely on the bigger and more in depth side.



Adamant said:

Ok, I'll be getting Nobunaga, then. I was going to, but then this one came out, and I wanted to know if it was a better place to start.

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