Dragon Throne: Battle of Red Cliffs Pro Reviews
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Dragon Throne: Battle of Red Cliffs Reviews7
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|Gamer's Hell||7.4/10||May 15 '02|
|Stratos Group||3.8/5||Apr 24 '02|
|The Gamers Temple||68/100||Apr 23 '02|
|Game Over||76%||Apr 29 '02|
|Gamer's Pulse||28/50||Aug 03 '02|
|GameSpot||6.6/10||May 06 '02|
|Media & Games Online||8.5/10||Apr 10 '02|
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Dragon Throne: Battle of Red Cliffs Previews
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|Gameplanet||Jul 10 '02|
|GameSpot||Mar 25 '02|
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"Dragon Throne, like Strategy First's Kohan, brings to the RTS genre new wrinkles and wraps it around a new set of fiction altogether. Unlike Kohan though, Dragon Throne experiences some problems most probably because of the magnitude of the material it tries to cover, as well as the execution of its sophisticated depth."
"While the game will never hold a place in my heart the way it's turn based cousin does (then again, neither will Santa Claus), it is a decent entry into the RTS world. Unfortunately, it came out a few years too late to truly be appreciated."
"It remains to be seen whether or not that personality will be enough for the game to survive amongst throngs of Age of Empires look-alikes. However, the game's rich historical setting (and the painstaking detail in which it is presented), the profession transference system, and other slick features may help establish an intriguing personality for Dragon Throne."
"It's just not very distinctive, and it doesn't really have any significant features that haven't been seen in better real-time strategy games that have come before it. It's also unfortunate that Dragon Throne is almost exactly the same game as the straightforward Fate of the Dragon, since both games' interesting historical setting practically begs for the political intrigue and ingenious battle tactics that Three Kingdoms China is famous for."
"This game is one of the few that actually is part of a series of games that is trying something different show groups like this your support and give this game a go!"