Nobunaga no Yabou: Game Boy Han 2
Nobunaga's Ambition: Game Boy Version 2
|Patching Information||No Special Requirements|
|Game Date||02 April 1999|
|Patch Version||2 Beta|
|Release Date||07 Feb 2001|
|Last Modified||02 May 2016|
Excepting PSX releases, if you’ve played one Koei strategy game, you’ve played them all. You get to play politician, general, or diplomat in one nation/territory in ancient Asia. This game is no different. You are basically the daimyou of a territory in feudal Japan, and you must simultaneously build alliances, armies and public support so you don’t get a mudhole stomped in your ass your neighboring daimyou’s. Which inevitably happens no matter how good you think you are at political intrigue. You’ll probably get bored of this game right about the time that that happens. Yeah.
Well, just about all the 8×8 (menu and message) text is translated, making the game very playable. The only things not translated are the huge-ass kanji used for names and such, which use a much larger font (which would probably require ASM hacking to english-ify). But check it out, it’s definitely a very good effort.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Nobunaga no Yabou - Game Boy Ban 2 (Japan) (SGB Enhanced).gbc
- CRC32: 233862D0
- MD5: F8A6836A0F3448FAE3F2E79BA1D32769
- SHA-1: A61E35306405E41C03B98B162EE14442E77C0DA1
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