Pokémon Conquest (Japanese: Pokémon + Nobunaga’s Ambition) is a spin-off crossover between the Pokémon and Nobunaga’s Ambition series of games, a first for the franchise. It was released in Japan on March 17, 2012. It is set for a North American release on June 18, 2012.
The game takes place in a new region called Ransei. Various Pokémon from all five generations appear in this game. The game has DSi enhancements.
In this unique turn-based strategy game, play as a Warlord and build a bond with your Pokémon in order to become more powerful and intimidate your foes! Battle other Warriors and Warlords—and their Pokémon—to conquer all before you and unite the vast Ransei region!
I’m curious to see how this performs over here. Probably fairly well, given the name alone. Presumably, there will be plenty of younger players who are unfamiliar with this type of gameplay, which is neat to think about. Expand those gaming horizons, kids.
Pokémon Conquest features a turn-based strategy battle system. Up to six Pokémon on each side are positioned on the battlefield, one for each participating Warlord, and both sides take turns moving and attacking with their Pokémon. A battle is won or lost when one side achieves the victory conditions for the match, for example defeating all the opponent’s Pokémon, or capturing all the flags on the field, and so on. When a battle is won, all participating Pokémon gain points to their Link with their respective Warlords. The player can recruit more Warlords, and thus more potential Pokémon to choose from for battle, throughout the game, often through defeating them in battle. There is also a multiplayer wireless mode in which two players may battle each other.
And this is the AP (Anti Piracy) Patch if you want to patch the CLEAN ROM
- Download AP-Patch
- Extract them to a new folder
- Drag the ROM onto the .exe
- Click Yes then click OK to finish