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Shogun: Total War
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7 years, 7 months ago at Jan 28 1:07
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Shogun: Total War is the first instalment of the Total War series that would go on to create an intriguing new procession of mixed genre games. Shogun is set in the Feudal Era of Japanese history and the overall premise is simple. You must take control of one of the several warring factions battling for ultimate power in Japan and defeat all the others that stand in your way. I have to say, slaugh... read more
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Description: Amazon.com Review Inspired by the war epics of director Akira Kurosawa, Shogun: Total War perfectly captures the chaos, conflict, and beauty of ancient warfare. Shogun thrusts you into the unstable politics of 16th-century feudal Japan. You command thousands of loyal samurai and other troops against six other factions in massive battles that will determine the fate of Japan itself. You can learn the basics of the art of war by playing the included tutorial missions, hone and test your skills by loading historical battles, or enter the campaign mode and go for the ultimate goal: becoming shogun. Campaign play is divided ... (more)
Manufacturer: Electronic Arts
Release date: 15 June 2000
Number of discs: 1
Tags: Strategy (3), Empty (2), Japan (2), Samurai (2), Simulation (2), Turn Based Strategy (2), Feudal (2), Shogunate (2), Alliances (2), Koku (2), Warrior Monks (2), Suberfuge (1), Assassins (1), Subterfuge (1)
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