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Release Date: Mid-March 2001
2nd Century China. In the confusion following the collapse of the Eastern
Han Dynasty, rival warlords take control of their respective territories
and set up their own kingdoms, splitting China into three parts. As
one of these three warlords, build your own regime, develop new technologies,
and create a mighty army in an attempt to control The Three Kingdoms
and reunify China.
Fate of the Dragon is a real-time strategy game based on the 14th century
historical Chinese novel entitled Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Known
to be one of the most famous and turbulent periods in Chinese history,
the story has been passed down the generations throughout Asia through
books, plays, puppetry, and storytellers. Now, in the Chinese Year of
the Dragon, Eidos Interactive brings the story of The Three Kingdoms
to a worldwide audience with the release of Fate of the Dragon on the
- Establish comprehensive power through production, construction, trade, science and technology, alliances and war.
- Multiple paths to victory - military control through war and strategic deployment, economic control through trade and the development of new technologies, or political control through diplomacy and strategic alliances.
- Each kingdom contains unique technologies, buildings, and characters modeled from the actual technological, cultural and social development of the time to accurately reflect the Three Kingdoms' culture.
- Campaigns are based on historical significant events of the Three Kingdoms' period.
- Head-to-head or cooperative multi-player support for up to 8 players via LAN or the Internet.
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