History Headscratchers / DynastyWarriors

21st May '16 9:19:10 PM nombretomado
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* ''Dynasty Warriors 6'' on PS3 got re-released with additional features... on the PS2? Isn't it supposed to be the other way around? Koei, you make no sense.
** This is mostly because the PS2 version came after the PS3 version. Although, the PS2 version didn't let you swim...

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* ''Dynasty Warriors 6'' on PS3 [=PS3=] got re-released with additional features... on the PS2? [=PS2=]? Isn't it supposed to be the other way around? Koei, you make no sense.
** This is mostly because the PS2 [=PS2=] version came after the PS3 [=PS3=] version. Although, the PS2 [=PS2=] version didn't let you swim...
18th Apr '16 8:25:15 AM manusiabumi
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** Being a hero of chaos with much blood on his hands, he probably doesn't see himself fit to rule in a time of peace.

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** Being a hero of chaos with much blood on his hands, he probably doesn't see himself fit to rule in a time of peace.peace.
** It's probably just a pure political move on Cao's part (basically making a show that he doesn't want all those lofty titles) and he still control everything from behind the scene.
15th Apr '16 10:50:53 AM manusiabumi
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** The very same reason why it's called Wei despite it's still being technically Han.
6th Jan '16 8:40:26 PM nombretomado
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* In DW7, why do so many weapons have a [[{{Soul Series}} Soul Edgey]] feel to them?

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* In DW7, why do so many weapons have a [[{{Soul Series}} [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Edgey]] feel to them?
14th Jan '15 3:04:10 AM MTS3991
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** It's basically a re-call to Cao Cao's Story Mode ending in [=DW6=], where he pretty much did the same thing.

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** It's basically a re-call to Cao Cao's Story Mode ending in [=DW6=], where he pretty much did the same thing.thing.
** Being a hero of chaos with much blood on his hands, he probably doesn't see himself fit to rule in a time of peace.
14th Oct '14 4:27:51 AM NetImp
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** It's basically a re-call to Cao Cao's Story Mode ending in DW6, where he pretty much did the same thing.

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** It's basically a re-call to Cao Cao's Story Mode ending in DW6, [=DW6=], where he pretty much did the same thing.
14th Oct '14 4:27:32 AM NetImp
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** I think that was his way of honoring Lui Bei's LastRequest.

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** I think that was his way of honoring Lui Bei's LastRequest.LastRequest.
** It's basically a re-call to Cao Cao's Story Mode ending in DW6, where he pretty much did the same thing.
31st Aug '14 12:24:55 PM SomeNewGuy
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* The otherwise good wei hypothetical ending had one weird part, after all of his effort to unify china cao cao not only refuses to take control of the land but he also relinquishes all of his titles, I can kind of understand his logic of not wanting a ambitious man as the ruler of china, but it still seems a bit strange.

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* The otherwise good wei hypothetical ending had one weird part, after all of his effort to unify china cao cao not only refuses to take control of the land but he also relinquishes all of his titles, I can kind of understand his logic of not wanting a ambitious man as the ruler of china, but it still seems a bit strange.strange.
** I think that was his way of honoring Lui Bei's LastRequest.
16th Aug '14 2:52:34 PM themilo
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* The otherwise good wei hypothetical ending had one weird part, after all of his effort to unify china cao cao not only refuses to take control of the land but he also relinquishes all of his titles, I can kind of understand his logic of not wanting a ambitious man as the ruler of china(cao pi isnít going to like that), but it still seems a bit strange.

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* The otherwise good wei hypothetical ending had one weird part, after all of his effort to unify china cao cao not only refuses to take control of the land but he also relinquishes all of his titles, I can kind of understand his logic of not wanting a ambitious man as the ruler of china(cao pi isnít going to like that), china, but it still seems a bit strange.
16th Aug '14 10:11:46 AM themilo
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* The otherwise good wei hypothetical ending had one weird part, after all of his effort to unify china cao cao not only refuses to take control of the land but he also relinquishes all of his titles, I can kind of understand his logic of not wanting a ambitious man as ruler(cao pi isnít going to like that) but it still seems a bit strange.

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* The otherwise good wei hypothetical ending had one weird part, after all of his effort to unify china cao cao not only refuses to take control of the land but he also relinquishes all of his titles, I can kind of understand his logic of not wanting a ambitious man as ruler(cao the ruler of china(cao pi isnít going to like that) that), but it still seems a bit strange.
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