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[QUOTE]I've been enjoying DW7 quite a bit still, to the point of being almost done the Jin story mode. I think given that you're required to play as certain characters has made it more interesting for me overall since in earlier games I would invariably get stuck using a favorite whenever possible. [/QUOTE] I like how you will sometimes switch generals in the middle of a battle. It adds a nice touch to the storytelling. I didn't play the last game, so maybe this is nothing new, but I also like the variety of musou moves as well. Rather than the "walk forward and destroy everything" kind, there are a lot that are selectively useful or more difficult to hit with. One of my favorite parts of the novel was Sun Ce's somewhat pathetic sorcerer-related demise. The game makes it a bit bore dramatic and paints a nicer picture of him, but follows the book in a gratifying way all the same. I'm finding more of that in this game than any Koei game in the past. I think the books will treat you well. If you're familiar with the Musou games, it's a lot easier to put faces to names...because there are a lot of names. [QUOTE]A brand new Gensou Suikoden should be good news enough to have me dancing naked on the streets, but it seems this one is gonna go the Tierkreis path again and won't be related in any way to the marvelous and awesome main series we all know and love. [/QUOTE] Konami dropped the ball so long ago that I don't know if there's any point in picking it back up again. I felt like the plot for the series as a whole was really taking off after the end of Suiko 3, only to have two mostly-irrelevant sequels and Tierkreis. It's been so long since the "core plotline" has been touched on, it wouldn't make much sense to continue it (and who knows if it'd be any good, anyway). Speaking of times long past, I wonder if Konami has the staff to make a new Suiko game. I imagine it's outsourced, but to who? [QUOTE]I have yet to see anything on any media that matches the sheer awesomeness of certain chapters of Outlaws of the Marsh. Indeed, there's no way like the chinese gallant way![/QUOTE] Maybe I'll finally pick up Outlaws of the Marsh. I read Journey West and Three Kingdoms, so I might as well finish the "Triad".
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