Prince of Qin Crack/Patch

Prince of Qin Prince Of Qin is an action role-playing game, which takes place around 2,200 years ago during the last 20 years of the Qin Dynasty. Players can play as Fu Su, the Crown Prince of Qin. According to history, the Prince committed suicide in obedience to an imperial decree that was forged by his younger brother Hu Hai, who went on to become the Second Emperor of Qin. In this game Prince Fu Su does not die, but strives to take revenge on his enemies and becomes the Emperor of Qin in accordance with his birthright. [Strategy First Inc.]

Download Prince of Qin Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 63 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1114
Genre Role-Playing, PC-style RPG, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Strategy First / Object

Prince of Qin reviews ( 3 )

psiklon, May 25, 2016

The game is very retro, 3 d isometric. I played it online years ago and the stand alone mode is also fun. I would not compare it to modern games as far as depth goes but this is an overlooked and under rated classic! It will be in my collection for some time along with more popular games. It reminds me a bit of the Dungeon Siege series but predates them.

roboticsun, Jan 2, 2012

this is an okay role playing game, but not if you don't like to talk to various NPC. The game is set ancient china and the player will play as a cast out prince who tries to find out the conspiracies behind an empire. there are lots of side quests and lots of story line. Don't play unless you like to take your time because this game is lengthy. The game is played more like dungeon siege but overall experience is more like neverwinter nights since it does have strong characterization and quite a lot dialogue. Also you will find that there is no real structure in the game so you kind of wander around a bit. Personally, I like that it seems more realistic and more freedom. Story line pretty cheesy and reminds me of a dungeon siege 1, but cheese can be OK sometimes. Also I personally like its ancient China setting, another game from Bioware called Jade Empire has a similar setting but overall this game has more depth on role playing aspects.

Garylian, Oct 5, 2005

This game was poor to say the least. Very little direction, very little drive. I couldn't find my self getting past the 3rd town, it was so boring.