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Pokemon spin-offs aren't a new idea. In fact, there are way more spin-offs than there are core Pokemon RPG games for handhelds. For every Gold and Silver Version, you have your Pokemon Colosseum and Snap, for every Black and White version, you have your Ranger and Mystery Dungeons. All these games, however, were still very much accessible to a younger generation of Pokemon fans. Enter Nobunaga's Ambition, a strategy/tactics game I've never laid my hands on, mainly due to the fact that I'm usually quite terrible at those games. Someone over at Koei and Nintendo must have thought it would be a genius idea to mix the two universes together. And I have to absolutely agree. This is definitely one of the best, non-core Pokemon games that I literally couldn't put down. If you're familiar with the cast and characters from the Samurai Warriors series, you'll see a lot of familiar faces. Everyone from Hideyoshi, Nene, Oichi, Masamune to Nobunaga himself are present in this game, as well as a myriad of familiar Pokemon that those warriors use to do battle. The game takes place in the region of Ransei, where Pokemon run free and aren't confined to the inner walls of Pokeballs.
The Pokemon franchise has thrived for decades as a collect-'em-all adventure, but the potential for more outlandish experiences has always been there. Enter: Pokemon Conquest. One part management simulation, one part combat extravaganza, this new approach to the expansive universe forces you to think beyond the rock-beats-paper routine that has been a staple since red and blue were the only colors that mattered. Although this dose of inventiveness breathes some fresh air into a sometimes stagnant world, the combat has been simplified to such an extreme that much of the fun is sapped away. Pokemon Conquest takes place in the faraway land of Ransei, an island country modeled after Japan. You begin as an up-and-coming warlord. It's important to note that in this universe, warriors and warlords aren't highly trained soldiers that terrorize the battlefield--they're special individuals with the innate ability to train and control Pokemon to do the terrorizing for them. The local legend states that once Ransei is united, a legendary, incredibly powerful Pokemon will appear, and there are those who want such power for themselves.
Pokémon Conquest represents an amalgamation of concepts that flat-out shouldn't work together. The core Pokémon games have been taking the world by storm for more than a decade now with their addictive, turn-based mechanics and hyper cuddly/collectible monsters. Nobunaga's Ambition, on the other hand, is a more obscure strategy RPG series - one that draws inspiration from the Sengoku period of feudal Japan, and focuses on broad, sweeping themes like war and conquest. The two concepts couldn't be more disparate, even contradictory - and to throw them together seemed to portend an abomination in the making. And yet it's not an abomination - far from it, in fact. Thanks to some brilliant execution (and teamwork) by developers Tecmo Koei and the PokÃ©mon Company, Pokémon Conquest not only works, it's possibly the most cohesive, fully realized spinoff in Pokémon history. The premise is simple â?? in the land of Ransei, warriors and warlords share the unique ability to communicate with Pokémon.
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