Kessen II (決戦 II, Kessen Tsu) is a technique game approximately dependent on the Three Kingdoms time of China.
It is the continuation of Kessen in name just; both Kessen and the later spin-off Kessen III depend on occasions in Japan and China. The interactivity includes playing out significant fights as the storyline advances, with cutscenes between each fight for the improvement of the occasions and significant characters. Prior to fight, players are given a selection of procedures to take, despite the fact that they can physically control all units in the war zone. All units are constrained by the AI except if the player straightforwardly intercedes, and fights between powers are done continuously. While in charge of a unit, players can utilize extraordinary abilities or enchantment spells to reverse the situation, despite the fact that foe characters are likewise ready to do so.
Not at all like Koei’s different games dependent on the fourteenth century novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Dynasty Warriors and the Romance of the Three Kingdoms game), the plot of Kessen II is a vigorously fantasized form of the novel. The remainder of the Han line family, Liu Bei, starts a defiance to the realm of Wei drove by Cao, with a significant part of the game’s occasions being founded on the novel with modifications because of the various storylines. A huge change to the story includes a sentiment between Liu Bei and the character Diao Chan, being a huge factor behind Liu Bei’s choice to do battle, and Himiko, a semi-anecdotal sorceress (the recorded Himiko administered Wa [ancient Japan]). Notwithstanding the fantasized subject, Kessen II leaves from its sensible archetype. Koei presents components of sorcery, particularly with the depiction of outstanding specialists like Zhuge Liang and Sima Yi as magicians. In fight, these characters can cause tremors, bring lightning tempests and fling fireballs.