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Prince of Qin review at ZenGamer

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Prince of Qin review at ZenGamer

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sun 2 February 2003, 19:53:47

Tags: Prince of Qin

ZenGamer has posted an interesting, yet negative, review of Prince of Qin, that zany Chinese lore CRPG. Here's a taste:

Overall, Prince of Qin is quaint in its attempts to revive Ancient Chinese history into some alternative history plot that draws you in, but it really doesn't do much more than put a new skin on an old game genre that peaked with Baldur's Gate. The graphics and sound effects are nothing special and the gameplay is a fairly boring mix of hack and slash and mundane quests. If you are looking for a game that has some historical relevance and a new twist on character development and skill sets, then Prince of Qin is for you. Otherwise, I would suggest that Ancient Chinese history remain in the books... and not on your hard drive.​

Ummm.. Mundane quests? I rather liked the quests in the game and even the most mundane sounding ones often ended up with more than just experience.

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