Total War: Three Kingdoms Crack With Keygen

Total War: Three Kingdoms Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is the first in the award-winning series to recreate epic conflict across ancient China. Combining a gripping turn-based campaign of empire-building & conquest with stunning real-time battles, THREE KINGDOMS redefines the series in an age of heroes & legends.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
7.9
Downloads 61
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, General
Players Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Sega / Creative Assembly
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Total War: Three Kingdoms reviews ( 5 )

Coldhandsyo, May 25, 2019

I'm not giving this game a 10 lightly, this isn't simple a case of I like it so it's a 10. I will argue why it deserves a 10. I want to break this review down for three types of people. Those who have never played total war/Those that have/and those on the fence. Before that a quick review. It's fantastic, the campaign map, characters, diplomacy, interactions all just have such great depth. When I first loaded up the game, I was expecting an 'ok' experience, something that ends up in a backlog, ToB had been a let down and Rome 2 had been pretty meh for me. I enjoyed the warhammer series a lot and the older historical games, but the newer historical games not so much. I look through the various factions and come across the bandit queen, rather than build up China she wants to tear it down. I like that idea and role with that. I also choose to go for romance mode as I like my characters having more 'character' to them and being single solo units. I load in, I don't start with a province which is cool, I am free to roam, I explore the UI and it's so much more expansive than any other total war, so much more diplomacy options, faction options, character options and interactions like them having bonds and relations, there is just so much good stuff there. I get into a battle and decide to charge my bandit queen solo into a unit to see how she does, I was expecting an initial good hit as she rode in on her horse, only to be bogged down in fighting slowly like warhammer can be. I was wrong, she smashes into that unit and then goes mental swinging her axes and just tearing the unit apart, before chasing them down and wiping them out. It was fantastic. As I explored the game more, it plays like you are almost writing a novel, with how the characters are, the various faction interactions, coalitions forming, betrayal and back stabbing it's brilliant. Now for those of you who have never played a total war, I will say Shogun 2/Warhammer are better starting points in terms of how easy it is to learn but if you're willing to spend a bit of time learning, you will love this game, there is truly nothing really like total war. Building an empire and having massive battles you fully control. If you've never played a total war, I say go for it and you most likely will love it and end up 100 hours deep into this game. For those who have played a total war, it's brilliant, it's just much more expansive than any total war before it imo, there is just so much more depth to bite down on and get invested in, the campaign map is great, the battles are great. It's a really unique total war and well worth full price. Those on the fence, go for it, it's brilliant and if you get it on steam and don't like it within 2 hours you can always refund. Overall I give it a 10 because it really is a unique total war, which I can already see having over 100's of hours and great enjoyment to have and how many games really offer that? Buy it, have fun!

DukeJon, May 23, 2019

After a few hours play I am already getting a sense of how deep this game is. Running flawlessly as well, performance is a marked improvement over previous games.

GurmpyCoolCat, Sep 15, 2019

I am a fan of the Three Kingdoms era, which started with Dynasty Warriors on PS1. I always liked the large battles. This game is perfect for large empire building with familiar characters of history. They improved a lot. The only thing I dinged it for was charging to buy blood effects as a DLC instead of just having it. :(

aha2222, Jul 10, 2020

발전이 없는 모 회사의 삼국지에 비하면 정말 고퀄리티의 삼국지게임이여서 좋았다. 다만 전투가 너무 박진감이 없었다. 스타크래프트처럼 실시간으로 컨트롤 하는 플레이를 기대했는데 조작감이 상당히 아쉬웠다. 맵구현이나 내정,외교시스템은 정말 훌륭했다

lone_dissident, Jan 29, 2020

For those of you who are critical of this game, I'm here to wake you up. That's right, ever wonder why it always seems that, as quoted from one of the reviews below, WHY "The creators of Total War have a tendency of taking 1 step forward, 1 step backward for every Total War release."? It's because it's on purpose. It's really quite simple. On a basic marketing level, TW games are actually designed to be digital hamster wheels. People will argue with you tooth and nail over the things that make this game bad, namely the all-around incompetent AI, auto-spamming of garbage troops, AI cheating, etc;. But these things have already been formally established as known fact among the TW community as evidenced by the tropes, memes and colloquial references among said community that lament, mock, and caustically celebrate those very flaws. So therefore, bearing in mind that there's already an established consensus as to the existence of all those recurrent flaws, why is this game so popular? Because it was actually discreetly designed under the principles of something called "Behavioral Game Design", something adapted from the work of psychologist CF Skinner, and it's a method used to make video games that hook players, whether they like it or not. Don't believe me? Look it up. Think about it-- Why else would people be willing to put up with so many flaws, for so long considering all the many things that are wrong with every reiterated version of this game? Why do you think these games get consistently high ratings on game review websites despite the overwhelming flaws that leave the games unplayable? Because this game wasn't designed with you to have fun in mind. That was never the idea. It was designed, it was always designed to reinforce addictive behavior. I just want you who criticize the game and wonder why they release the same **** with the same issues over and over again to know it's because Creative Assembly doesn't have to give you anything else. They're never going to give you the game you want because the skinner box method is the perfect way to create, and sell their games. By exploiting players expectations and never delivering on the illusory promise of their games, they can keep players mindlessly captivated, having a fake strategy game that functions as a digital drug that keeps people blind to both the fact that this a broken game series and always has been, and that they're hooked. I know the only reason many players still play is because you think the next game is going to be better. Then you buy it, are disappointed, can't get a refund, and end up playing it anyway because you have to settle for whatever crap Creative Assembly churned out. It's obvious that this game is just designed to exploit your dopaminergic system and feed into addiction. Why do you think you see 900+ hour reviews on Steam still giving this game negative reviews? This game is JUST pervasive and exploitative enough for the devs to have plausible deniability yet keep players hooked on the drip feed cycle of Total War. It's shameful that this game series receives awards due to to the brainwashed masses being seduced into failing to realize they're not really rating a game, and they're being subliminally controlled. This game is digital smack. That's why you are always disappointed by this games series despite the hype, that's why no one seems to be criticizing it. Because people are being stimulated and sedated by this crap without even realizing it. CA treats their fanbase like hamsters in a cage, and they don't expect you to wake up and stop buying their games, stringing you along on a string of empty promises and making you chase the Total War dragon because they know the main oversight most of you make when engaging with them is the presupposition that they have your best interests in mind, that you share some commonality. I'll tell you you don't. The only thing you have in common is you have money and THEY want it. This game series is designed to get money out of your pocket. This is a fraudulent game series designed to make you chase the Total War dragon and Creative Assembly are a deceitful and immoral publisher. Not that this stuff is anything new. But the way which Creative Assembly does it is just blatant and insulting. It's one thing if you're addicted to something because it's fun. But this is just intentionally designed, blatant manipulation.