Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII Cheats PS2

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Three Kingdoms VII is the latest in the popular Romance of the Three Kingdoms series of strategy games revolving around the Three Kingdoms period of ancient China. RTK VII allows you to choose your favorite scenarios from first and second century China in an attempt to reunite a war-torn continent devastated by the collapse of the once proud Han Dynasty.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII (also known as Romance of the Three Kingdoms 7) is a Role-Playing/First-Person Action RPG video game for PlayStation 2 published by Sony Computer Entertainment America on June 26, 2002. It's rated Everyone by the ESRB and no users have rated it yet.

Our newest cheats for Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII were added March 29, 2010.

 
 
 
 
 

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Multi-player Mode

Select any scenario and choose a character as usual. Start the scenario, then press L1 + L2 + R1 + R2 + Select during your turn. Select the "Add Player Officer" on the menu that appears. All playable characters in the current scenario will appear. Select a character for player two, then repeat to use up to eight controllable characters.

 
 

Hints, Secrets, Glitches & Easter Eggs

 

100% Item And Site Completion

Upon reaching 100% Item and Site completion, created characters are able to cap 100 in all stats and are able to roll for more skills. In order to view a Site, you should at least have 100 bound with that Liege or Prefect that is located at the Base with the site. Out of 55 bases, there are 30 Sites to be found. Eventually they will take you, so it may take 1 or 10 visits. Labeled in order, the following are the Bases:

1: Bei Ping
2: Ji
3: Bei Hai
4: Xiao Pei
5: Luo Yang
6: Chang An
7: Zi Tong
8: Chang Sha
9: Ye
10: Cheng Yang
11: Xia Pi
12: Jian Ye
13: Hong Nong
14: Wu Du
15: Han Zhong
16: Cheng Du
17: Jiang Zhou
18: Yong An
19: Yun Nan
20: Wan
21: Xin Ye
22: Xiang Yang
23: Jiang Xia
24: Jiang Ling
25: Ling Ling
26: Lu Jiang
27: Wu
28: An Ding
29: Hui Ji
30: Chai Sang 
If you are unable to contact a Liege or Prefect of any of the Bases you could always spy, thus allowing you to contact all Officers of that particular Base. Next, you need to gain all the items. This can be time consuming. Before all else, you will need one block free on your memory card. Start a New Game starting from the later chapters and select a Liege. From here, use the "Multi-player mode" cheat and select all the Lieges. Next, withdraw and buy any missing items then Seize remaining Items from your officers. Repeat this with each turn until all the Lieges have finished. The game will record any Item or Site from a saved file. This will allow you to overwrite and continue on to the other chapters without losing your collection. Item number 29 (Book of Illusions) can only be obtained from Zuo Ci in Chapter 7 or 8 -- start a new game as him then save. The last four items in the game are the hardest to obtain. You may consider starting a game with as Crazy Horse due to his starting skills or any other character with Bless and Duel. They also must rank on the top ten list. Whenever you visit an Officer to go hunting, you may encounter a tiger that will drop one of the following items, 69: Dragon; 70: Kirin; 71: Phoenix; 72: Roc. Some regions near Jian Ning, Chia Sang, and Pu Yang may have a higher chance of tiger attacks; however, for the most part it is random.

Secret Characters

At the main menu, select the "New Officer" option. Choose "Create New Officer" from the new officer menu. Choose the name option and enter one of the following names. For example, for Sun Tzu, enter Sun as the last name and Tzu as the first name, so the name appears as Sun Tzu. If done correctly, a musical note will play, and an officer will automatically be created and given type, ability, skills, and gender. Select a birthdate, and face and everything else is done.

Abe Lincoln 
Albert Einstein 
Augustus Caesar 
Ben Franklin 
Benedict Arnold 
Betsy Ross 
Charles Darwin 
Crazy Horse 
Daniel Boone 
Dynasty Warrior 
Genghis Khan 
George Patton (Note: Put an extra space after "George".) 
Gitaroo Man 
Harry Houdini 
Jeanne Darc 
Julius Caesar 
Lady Diana 
Mahatma Gandhi 
Mark Antony 
Mother Teresa 
Nikola Tesla 
Norma Jean 
Robert Lee 
Robin Hood 
Sitting Bull 
Sun Tzu 
Thomas Paine 
U 1 
Ulysses Grant 
Wyatt Earp 
Sun Tzu has 90 WAR, 100 INT, 74 POL, 82 CHA, is a balanced type officer, and has 17 skills, unlike the usual 2 or 3. One of these skills is Oracle. Obviously this character is derived from the Chinese strategist Sun Tzu, author of the Art of War. It does not take long to build his abilities and other skills up. He can be a tremendous figure in your games.

Extra Money With Created Officers

If you want to use an officer of your own, make him/her a ruler with no followers. When the game begins, sell all of your food, then withdraw all the money you can. That will give you a boost -- when you have no fame or deeds, your wages are very low and the game will allow you to buy The Sword Of Light/Heaven and any other item that will increase your stats.

Extra Experience

When you begin a month, do not touch anything. Allow the game to idle for about ten minutes and a merchant will ask you a question about the game such as "What city can you see the great wall of China in?" (Bei Ping) or "Out of these 3 officers, which one was a tiger general for Shu?" (Guan Yu, Zhang Fei, Zhao Yun, Ma Chao, and Hwang Zhong.) They give you a little experience and say "maybe something good will happen".

 
 

FAQs, Guides, and Walkthroughs

 

FAQ/Strategy Guide

Last updated: August 19, 2002 by Brian Nii

 
 
 

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