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Action, Strategy, July 14, 2016
Battle Master is a 1990 fantasy action adventure game designed by Mike Simpson and Simon Jones for PSS and distributed by Mirrorsoft. The game is a fantasy adventure in which the player controls a champion who must battle evil forces to conquer four kingdoms, uniting the four kings' crowns and presenting them to the Watcher in order to restore the world to peace.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Warrior of Rome II, called Caesar no Yabou II in Japan, is a 1992 simulation game by Micronet for the Sega Mega Drive released in the United States and Japan as the sequel to Warrior of Rome.

The game features a three-quarters overhead perspective view, although the two-player mode features a split-screen view. The game is played in real-time, though movement speed can be adjusted according to difficulty level. There are 15 increasingly difficult stages, and players can play either a single stage or play through the whole 15-stage campaign.
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Action, Strategy, Shooter, July 9, 2016
Cannon Fodder is an action-strategy shoot 'em up game developed by Sensible Software and published by Virgin Interactive for the Amiga in 1993. Virgin ported the game to home computer systems DOS, the Atari ST and the Archimedes, and the consoles Jaguar, Mega Drive, SNES and 3DO. The game is military-themed and based on shooting action but with a strategy game-style control system. The player directs troops through numerous missions, battling enemy infantry, vehicles and installations.

Cannon Fodder has a darkly humorous tone which commentators variously praised and condemned. Its creators intended it to convey an anti-war message, which some reviewers recognised, but the Daily Star and a number of public figures derided the game. In other respects, reviewers highly praised the game, which widely achieved scores of over 90% in Amiga magazines. Amiga Action awarded it an unprecedented score, calling it the best game of the year.
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Strategy, Action, July 9, 2016
Centurion: Defender of Rome is a turn-based strategy video game with real-time battle sequences, designed by Kellyn Beck and Bits of Magic and published by Electronic Arts. Originally released on the DOS platform for the PC in 1990, the game was later ported to the Amiga and the Sega Genesis in 1991. Centurion shares much of the concept and feel with Beck's earlier game Defender of the Crown (1987) and might be regarded as its spiritual sequel.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Command & Conquer (abbreviated as C&C or CnC) is a real-time strategy video game franchise, first developed by Westwood Studios. The first game was one of the earliest of the RTS genre, itself based on Westwood Studios' landmark strategy game Dune 2 and introducing trademarks followed in the rest of the series. This includes full motion video cutscenes with a notable ensemble cast to progress the story, as opposed to digitally in-game rendered cutscenes. Westwood Studios was taken over by Electronic Arts in 1998 and eventually closed down in 2003. The studio and some of its members were absorbed into EA Los Angeles, which continued development on the series.
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Strategy, Simulation, July 31, 2016
Romance of the Three Kingdoms (三國志 Sangokushi?, lit. "Records of the Three Kingdoms") is a series of turn-based tactical role-playing simulation grand strategy wargames produced by Koei. Originating from Japan in 1985, thirteen installments of the game have been published in Japan, Taiwan, China, South Korea and North America to date. While the game's title as it was released in English refers to the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms (三國演義) by Luo Guanzhong, the title as it was released in Japan and Chinese regions refers to the historical text Records of the Three Kingdoms (三國志) by Chen Shou.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Gemfire released in Japan as Royal Blood in its Super Famicom version is a medieval war game for the MSX, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super NES, FM Towns, Mega Drive/Genesis, MS-DOS, and later Windows, developed by Koei. The object in the game is to unify a fictional island by force. Players use soldiers and knights, as well as fantasy units such as magicians, dragons or gargoyles in order to capture the castle needed to control that particular territory.

A sequel, Royal Blood II, was released in the Japan market for Japanese Windows.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Genghis Khan II: Clan of the Gray Wolf, originally released as Aoki Ōkami to Shiroki Mejika: Genchou Hishi, is a 1992 video game developed by Koei. It is part of Koei's Historical Simulation Series of games, and is the sequel to Genghis Khan, though this is the third game in the series. Genghis Khan II was developed and published for MSX, NES, DOS, X68000, PC-98, PC-88, Sega Genesis, SNES, Sega CD, PC Engine CD, and later PlayStation. The SNES version was also made available on the Wii Virtual Console in North America on June 8, 2009 and in Japan on May 11, 2010.

The player is given the option to conquer either the country of Mongolia as Temujin, the man who would one day become Genghis Khan himself, or as one of three other rivals in that region; or to take over the known world of the time as one of several rulers from throughout Europe, mainland Asia, and North Africa. Conquests are made through the balance of economy, population, buying and selling manufactured goods, family relations, promoting and demoting generals, developing military, all in a turn-based fashion. All of these actions can happen only within a given amount of "turn points", so some actions are given priority while others are overlooked. The game also includes a turn-based battle sequence, allowing specific control to the player or delegated to a general.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Herzog Zwei is a Sega Genesis-exclusive game by Technosoft, published in 1989 (released in North America and Europe in early 1990). It is an early real-time strategy game, predating the genre-popularizing Dune II. Herzog Zwei combines the arcade-style play of Technosoft's own Thunder Force series with a simple, easy-to-grasp level of strategy. The game laid the foundations for the RTS and MOBA genres.

Herzog Zwei translates from German to "Duke Two". It is the sequel to Herzog, which was available on the Japanese MSX and PC-8801 personal computers.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Master of Monsters is a turn-based strategy game developed by System Soft for the MSX and NEC PC8801. It was later ported to a variety of consoles and PCs including the PC Engine, NEC PC9801, Sega Mega Drive (Genesis), Sega Saturn and PlayStation. While it never garnered the same success as its System Soft stablemate Daisenryaku, the game garnered a loyal following. Its success in the North American market on the Sega Genesis proved sufficient for a sequel on the Sega Saturn, and an anime art-style enhanced PlayStation version titled Disciples of Gaia with a Japanese role-playing game feel.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Mega Lo Mania, called Mega-Lo-Mania on the European and Australian box, is a strategy game developed by Sensible Software for numerous systems including the Sega Mega Drive. In North America the Mega Drive version is known as Tyrants: Fight Through Time.
For the game's release in the UK, Virgin Games produced a maxi-single, "Mega-Lo-Mania (Goin' All the Way)", and an eponymous dance album to promote it. Media:CVG UK 138.pdf
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
Mega Lo Mania is a real-time strategy computer game developed by Sensible Software. It was released for the Amiga in 1991, and ported for a variety of other platforms. It was released as Tyrants: Fight Through Time in North America and Mega-Lo-Mania: Jikuu Daisenryaku in Japan.

A new planet is being formed in the orb at the top of the cosmos. This would be an exciting time by itself, but this planet hosts intelligent life, and every civilization must have a god to oversee it. Would-be rulers come from all directions to wage war through the planet's history.

The object of the game is to conquer 28 islands, divided into nine Epochs that span the history of mankind. The player must take on the role of one of four Gods: Scarlet (Red), Oberon (Yellow), Caesar (Green) or Madcap (Blue). As their God, the player must lead his or her people by instructing them to do a number of different tasks such as create buildings, design weapons, mine for elements or form an army. The ultimate aim is to defeat all the other Gods by destroying their towers and their people.
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Strategy, Simulation, July 30, 2016


NHK Taiga Drama: Taiheiki (太平記) is a 1991 strategy game for the Sega Mega Drive by Sega tying into NHK's Taiga Drama adaptation of the Japanese epic Taiheiki which aired that year.
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Simulation, Strategy, July 30, 2016

Nobunaga's Ambition, known as Nobunaga no Yabou: Zenkoku Ban (信長の野望 全国版) in Japan, is a Sega Mega Drive and strategy game by Koei. It is compatible with the Sega Mouse.
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Strategy, July 9, 2016
P.T.O. (Pacific Theater of Operations), released as Teitoku no Ketsudan (提督の決断) in Japan, is a console strategy video game released by Koei. It was originally released for the PC-8801 in 1989 and had been ported to various platforms, such as the X68000 (1990), MSX2 (1991), FM Towns, Sega Genesis and the Super NES (all three in 1992). Players could assume one side of the Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II, acting as naval commander, organizing fleets, building new ships, appropriating supplies and fuel, and even engaging in diplomacy with other countries. The player can choose one of several World War Two battles to simulate, or could control the entire Pacific campaign well before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
A sequel, P.T.O. II, was released by Koei in 1995. Teitoku no Ketsudan III was never released outside Japan, but a P.T.O. IV was released for the PlayStation 2 in the US and Europe.

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