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River City Saga: Three Kingdoms

Aplus, Arc System Works
Jul 21, 2022 - PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

58%

Critics Recommend

GameSpot
6 / 10
Hardcore Gamer
3.5 / 5
GameSkinny
7 / 10
Video Chums
7.9 / 10
Entertainium
Loved
Try Hard Guides
8.5 / 10
Final Weapon
4 / 5
SwitchRPG
Recommended
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Critic Reviews for River City Saga: Three Kingdoms

River City Saga: Three Kingdoms blends modern sensibilities into a decidedly old-school brawler style.

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River City Saga: Three Kingdoms is an enjoyable yet unexpected take on Kunio and company.

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Kunio takes on ancient China in this mash-up of Romance of the Three Kingdoms and River City Ransom. Are these two great tastes that work together in any way at all?

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River City Saga: Three Kingdoms is one of the best Kunio-kun games for the simple fact that it's jam-packed with content in its hilarious world that's set in ancient China. It makes me wonder which historical period drama Kunio will star in next.

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River City Saga: Three Kingdoms is yet another quality entry in the franchise, taking the Kunio Kun crew on a fun romp across ancient China.

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River City Saga: Three Kingdoms is one of the most unique brawlers to come out this year, managing to create something more than its side-scrolling relatives. The art and music help evolve this game into a charming experience that keeps the player interested through the tough battles. While there is a learning curve and the game’s controls are a bit strange, Three Kingdoms is a thrilling fight to be a part of.

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River City Saga: Three Kingdoms is an addictive and rewarding experience. A few quality of life adjustments can make this game even better throughout multiple playthroughs. It's not a perfect beat 'em up, but it's a worthy entry in the River City series.

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This love letter to Kunio-kun fans combines the best of classic beat’em-up action and RPG progression with all the charming trappings the series is known for.

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