|Nobunaga no Yabou: Bushou Fuuunroku|
Nobunaga no Yabō: Bushō Fūunroku
|Series||Nobunaga no Yabou series|
|Sub-genre||Tactical role-playing game|
|Platform of origin||NEC PC-8801|
|Platform(s)||NEC PC-9801, MSX2, Sharp X68000, FM Towns, Microsoft Windows, Mega Drive, NES, SNES, PlayStation, Mobile Phone, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS|
|Year of inception||1990|
|Release date(s)|| PC-98, MSX2, FM Towns, X68K, MegaDrive, NES|
Game Boy Advance
Nobunaga no Yabō: Bushō Fūunroku (信長の野望・武将風雲録; Nobunaga's Ambition: Record of Generals in Turbulent Times) is the fourth title in the Nobunaga no Yabou series, released December 1990 for PC-98, then quickly ported for various japanese computers (this was the last title in the series supported on 8-bit PCs). The scope was once again expanded to all of Japan, and technology, culture, and tea ceremony mechanics were introduced. Releases for Family Computer, Super Famicom, Mega Drive, PC Engine, PlayStation, Windows, and mobile phones were made subsequently. The U.S. Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Nintendo Entertainment System releases were titled Nobunaga's Ambition: Lord of Darkness.
A remake was released in Japan 2001 for Game Boy Advance known as Nobunaga no Yabō GBA and for Nintendo DS known as Nobunaga no Yabō DS 2. Another port was made for Nintendo 3DS from the NDS version, including some additions to the scenario gameplay.