Three Kingdoms XI: Screenshots

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI: Gameplay Screenshots

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI retains some traditional elements of old and new Three Kingdoms games alike, and brings back a number of overworld management and features found in Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX. You cannot play as an officer, but a great focus has once again been placed on kingdom management. The game’s new portraits are stunning, and feature multiple versions for each officer. Resolutions up to 1920x1400 are supported for gameplay. Here we share various screenshots for you to enjoy, providing a taste of Koei’s latest installment in its flagship series. Hat tip: Xiahou Mao, for the helping greatly with screenshots!

Title Menu and Features

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI’s title screen features animated officers for each option. Two samples of created officers, male and female. Three Kingdoms XI also now features a full officer encyclopedia in which you can bring up the portrait, statistics, and biography for any officer in the game. The amount of in-game female officers has increased exponentially.

Title Screen
Game Title Screen

Created Officer: 1
Created Officer A

Created Officer: 2
Created Officer B

Encyclopedia
Encyclopedia

General Gameplay Screenshots

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The overworld now features a unique three dimensional artistic style with the feel of traditional Chinese art. Clicking on a city brings up its management menu. Events are displayed on the map itself with everything from falling leaves to changes in lighting, creating a rather beautiful effect (see the Harvest). Also, there are special terrains on the map, such as the Nanman swamps.

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Xiao Pei’s City Menu

Nanman Swamps
Nanman Swamps

New Harvest
New Harvest

Officer Profiles in Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI. Many old portraits have been completely remade, and a number of popular officers now feature two separate portraits (usually older and younger, but Xiahou Dun has one with and without his eye). New biographies are extended and draw on Sanguozhi, and each officer has a familiarity with different types of units.

Cai Yan
Cai Yan

Chen Qun
Chen Qun

Pei Yuanshao
Pei Yuanshao

The Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI overworld map is based on a grid, and buildings can be constructed for each city. There is also a new Kingdom Upgrades feature, in which you can spend points earned through just about every successful activity you complete (and even some failed activities) improving your kingdom.

Development Menu
Development Menu

Selecting a Building to Assemble
Selecting a Building

Placing a new Building
Placing a New Building

Kingdom Upgrades
Kingdom Upgrades

The camera in Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI can be zoomed in, out, or rotated, as shown in the map below where China seems to have flipped over on its head.

Low Camera Angle
Low Camera

Map Rotation
Map Rotation

In the following screenshots, Chen Qun requests permission to recruit Lü Meng, then goes to his home and holds a conversation with him (which ultimately results in a debate). In the other, Lady Cai Yan (now an in-game character) is married to Liu Bei.

Chen Qun makes a Request
Chen Qun makes a Request

At Lü Meng’s Home
At Lü Meng’s Home

Cai Yan marries Liu Bei
Cai Yan marries Liu Bei

Battles and Battle Actions

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Battles in Romance of the Three Kingdoms draw on concepts from Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX with turn based elements from the more traditional systems. Also like Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX, everything takes place on the overworld map. You can see military forces marching on the overworld mini-map. It is possible to view battles with which you are not affiliated.

Xiahou Yuan Invades
Xiahou Yuan Invades Xiao Pei

Battle Deployment
Battle Deployment

Gao Shun Surrounded
Gao Shun Surrounded

Xiahou Yuan Confused
Xiahou Yuan Confused

Liu Bei’s Fire Arrows
Liu Bei’s Fire Arrows Attack

Guo Jia’s Fire Ploy
Guo Jia’s Fire strikes Guan Yu

Guan Yu’s Special Attack
Guan Yu’s Special Attack

Xu Chu Taken Prisoner
Xu Chu Taken Prisoner

Cao Cao vs. Lü Bu
Cao Cao vs. Lü Bu

Yuan Shao vs. GSun Zan
Yuan Shao vs. GSun Zan

Debate and Debate Actions

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Debate, the intellectual’s version of dueling, remains from Romance of the Three Kingdoms X and has been expanded with new features. Debates can be initiated in many different ways, and are used to resolve a number of different disputes.

Chen Qun vs. Lü Meng
Chen Qun vs. Lü Meng

Lü Meng has become Angry
Lü Meng has become Angry

Lü Meng is defeating Chen Qun
Lü Meng defeating Chen Qun

Chen Qun and Cai Yan Angered
Chen Qun and Cai Yan Angry

Chen Qun defeats Cai Yan
Chen Qun defeats Cai Yan

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI is a trademark of KOEI Corporation and KOEI Co., Ltd. © 2005 KOEI Co., Ltd.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms X portraits Copyright © 2004 KOEI Co., Ltd.

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March 7, 2014