History Videogame / NobunagasAmbition

26th Nov '15 5:26:35 PM nombretomado
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* SpinOff: The ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors''-based ''SamuraiWarriors''. It may have been instrumental in getting a U.S. release for ''Rise to Power'' and ''Iron Triangle''.

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* SpinOff: The ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors''-based ''SamuraiWarriors''.''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors''. It may have been instrumental in getting a U.S. release for ''Rise to Power'' and ''Iron Triangle''.
2nd Apr '15 7:24:14 PM nombretomado
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* SpinOff: The ''DynastyWarriors''-based ''SamuraiWarriors''. It may have been instrumental in getting a U.S. release for ''Rise to Power'' and ''Iron Triangle''.

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* SpinOff: The ''DynastyWarriors''-based ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors''-based ''SamuraiWarriors''. It may have been instrumental in getting a U.S. release for ''Rise to Power'' and ''Iron Triangle''.
5th Dec '14 2:52:11 PM Ces250
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* NoExportForYou: Of 13 games, only five have been released in the United States. There was a 14-year window with no North American releases between the SNES game ''Lord of Darkness'' and the [=PS2=] ''Rise to Power''.
** [[FanMyopia Which are still five more than Europe got]].
*** [[MarthDebutedInSmashBros Nobunaga Debuted in Pokémon]]: Pokémon Conquest has a European release - the first Nobunaga's Ambition game released there.
*** Or, more accuratly, a UK release.
5th Dec '14 2:49:36 PM Ces250
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* AwesomeMusic: YokoKanno for an early titles.
15th Dec '13 5:50:49 AM cgk999
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* {{Video Game Long Runner|s}}: Thirteen main releases since 1983, not counting all the little differences between ports. Not so many as its sister series, but still respectable.

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* {{Video Game Long Runner|s}}: Thirteen Fourteen main releases since 1983, not counting all the little differences between ports. Not so many as its sister series, but still respectable.
11th Dec '13 6:30:25 PM Kayube
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As of December 17, 2011, a crossover game titled ''VideoGame/PokemonConquest'', featuring elements from ''Nobunaga[='s=] Ambition'' and ''{{Pokemon}}'', has been confirmed. It was released by Nintendo and Tecmo Koei on March 17th, 2012 in Japan. Fans went wild, especially from the ''Pokémon'' side of things possibly due to the DarkerAndEdgier crossover aspects.

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As of December 17, 2011, a A crossover game titled ''VideoGame/PokemonConquest'', featuring elements from ''Nobunaga[='s=] Ambition'' and ''{{Pokemon}}'', has been confirmed. It was released by Nintendo and Tecmo Koei on March 17th, 2012 in Japan. Fans went wild, especially from the ''Pokémon'' side of things possibly due to the DarkerAndEdgier crossover aspects.
9th Sep '13 8:52:37 PM ChrisX
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* NameOrderConfusion: Like the ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' games, in English translations, it's written in first name-last name order despite this being in Sengoku era.
25th Jul '13 8:49:39 PM ringhloth
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*** Or, more accuratly, a UK release.
14th May '13 11:07:03 AM AntonKutovoi
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* AwesomeMusic: YokoKanno for an early titles.
29th Dec '12 10:46:39 AM Kingault
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''Nobunaga's Ambition'' is a strategy game series made by {{Koei}}, the first installment being released in 1983. The game puts you in the role of a ''daimyō'' in [[JidaiGeki Sengoku-era Japan]], your goal being to unify the country and earn (or with one clan, keep) the title of ''Shōgun''. As long as this series remains largely unchronicled in the West, the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobunaga_no_Yabou article]] on {{Wikipedia}} has a brief history of the series you might find relevant. 13 main-series games have been released in Japan, scattered across [[MultiPlatform an army of platforms]].

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''Nobunaga's Ambition'' is a strategy game series made by {{Koei}}, the first installment being released in 1983. The game puts you in the role of a ''daimyō'' in [[JidaiGeki Sengoku-era Japan]], your goal being to unify the country and earn (or with one clan, keep) the title of ''Shōgun''. As long as this series remains largely unchronicled in the West, the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobunaga_no_Yabou article]] on {{Wikipedia}} has a brief history of the series you might find relevant. 13 Thirteen main-series games have been released in Japan, scattered across [[MultiPlatform an army of platforms]].
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