Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi
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Developer: Koei Tecmo Games
Where a warrior's resolve exceeds their ambition.
We offer the grandest warring states experience to all the fans out there!
Each clan is set apart due to their various "Resolves."
We will shine a light on the Resolve of each officer, bringing out diversity in the game play and strategies.
The simulation AI has evolved, allowing players a greater sense of immersion in fighting more humanlike Daimyo.
The Civil & Diplomatic systems have been revamped.
With a variety of elements new to the series, the player's eye for strategy will be tested.
The new evolved Civil & Diplomatic systems show greater depths.
Clash during the "Order/Advance phase," where players try to anticipate their enemies' movements.
We use a simultaneous plot system to show the fun of anticipating your opponent and real, high tension battles.
Lots of officers.
Over 2,000 officers appearing and a single high definition 3D map.
We shine a light on the lives of the officers in this best of all historical dramas.
We have included many events showing historical events, stories, and even regional folklore.
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Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi is a slow-moving strategy game that needs long hours of play, a complex user interface and a smooth and annoying system of instructions rather than being useful to newcomers. On the other hand, the title provides many historical information about feudal Japan and real characters and battles from this era.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
Maybe the years are a weigh heavily for this last Nobunaga's Ambition or maybe the consoles are not its home anymore but Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi feels old, clumsy and hard to play on a DualShock 4. It good features are covered by its defects.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi is an interesting, but painfully slow and uninvolving strategy game that I want to praise more, but in comparison to its contemporaries, I can't help but feel it still needs work. Shame, as the strategy flavor of Nobunaga's Ambition has always appealed to me, but in practice it feels sluggish and makes me yearn for strategy games I'll enjoy that much more.