Daikoukai Jidai IV coming to smartphones in December in Japan

The classic ocean adventure simulation RPG comes to smartphones.

Daikoukai Jidai IV

Koei Tecmo will release a smartphone version of its 1999-released Daikoukai Jidai IV for iOS and Android devices in December in Japan for 1,900 yen, the company announced. It will be available at a 500 yen-off discount price for the first eight days following release.

Daikoukai Jidai IV is set in the “Age of Discovery” of 16th century Europe. It is an ocean adventure simulation RPG that plays out human drama among various groups of people living in the same world, including adventurers, merchants, and soldiers. The player’s goal is to become the “Conqueror of the Seven Seas.” To accomplish this, one must acquire control of each area of the ocean, as well as find the “Proof of the Conqueror” asleep somewhere in the sea. Players will explore various ruins scattered around the world, decipher maps leading to the whereabouts of treasures, and discover said hidden treasures. Countless events will depict the drama of the the player’s voyage.

The smartphone version of Daikoukai Jidai IV is a complete port of the DS version, Daikoukai Jidai IV: Rota Nova (excluding some features). The graphics and controls have been significantly updated for smartphones. New features such as social media screenshot sharing and auto-save have also been added.

Visit the game’s official website here.

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