History VideoGame / Sengoku

5th Jun '16 10:04:36 PM Specialist290
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* {{Spinoff}}: After a fashion, for ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings''. the game functioned as something of a tech demo for the sequel, with many of the more well-received mechanics being incorporated.

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* {{Spinoff}}: After a fashion, for ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings''. the game functioned as something of a stealth tech demo for the sequel, with many of the more well-received mechanics being incorporated.
5th Jun '16 10:03:24 PM Specialist290
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* {{Samurai}}: Naturally

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* {{Samurai}}: NaturallyNaturally.
* {{Spinoff}}: After a fashion, for ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings''. the game functioned as something of a tech demo for the sequel, with many of the more well-received mechanics being incorporated.
6th Jan '16 11:23:50 PM MrTerrorist
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* {{Polyamory}}: The player can marry and have up to four wives.
6th Aug '14 10:57:49 AM TakCWAL
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** Which is interesting, since the de-facto ruler of Japan had not been the Emperor since the 10th century.
7th Mar '14 4:55:38 PM TastySauce
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[[caption-width-right:350:Become Shogun or die trying]]

Sengoku is a RealTimeStrategy FourX game created and published in 2011 by ParadoxInteractive.

In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather than abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.

In addition to the standard currency (which is used to construct certain buildings and hire soldiers for a leader's retinue), each character has a certain amount of honor. Honor can be gained by donating money to the emperor, granting titles to your vassals and through certain character traits. In turn, honor is spent by hatching plots, declaring wars and other “shameful” tasks. If a character's honor gets too low, his liege might order him to commit Seppuku, so [[AccidentalAesop maintaining your honor is sometimes even more important than being rich or powerful]].

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[[caption-width-right:350:Become Shogun or die trying]]

Sengoku
trying!]]

''Sengoku''
is a RealTimeStrategy FourX game created and published in 2011 by ParadoxInteractive.

In Sengoku, the The player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather than abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.

In addition to the standard currency (which is used to construct certain buildings and hire soldiers for a leader's retinue), each character has a certain amount of honor. Honor can be gained by donating money to the emperor, granting titles to your vassals and through certain character traits. In turn, honor is spent by hatching plots, declaring wars and other “shameful” tasks. If a character's honor gets too low, his liege might order him to commit Seppuku, seppuku, so [[AccidentalAesop maintaining your honor is sometimes even more important than being rich or powerful]].



Not to be confused with [[SengokuRance any]] [[SengokuOtome of]] [[VideoGame/SengokuBasara these]] [[VideoGame/SengokuSNK games]], or [[SengokuYouko this]] manga. Can be seen as a SpiritualLicensee to {{Koei}}'s Taikou Risshiden series.

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Not to be confused with [[SengokuRance any]] [[SengokuOtome [[Anime/SengokuOtome of]] [[VideoGame/SengokuBasara these]] [[VideoGame/SengokuSNK games]], or [[SengokuYouko [[Manga/SengokuYouko this]] manga. Can be seen as a SpiritualLicensee to {{Koei}}'s Taikou Risshiden ''Taikou Risshiden'' series.
4th Feb '14 3:44:22 PM LordXavius
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In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather then abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.

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In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather then than abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.
20th Jun '13 3:44:44 PM TastySauce
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Not to be confused with [[SengokuRance any]] [[SengokuOtome of]] [[SengokuBasara these]] [[VideoGame/SengokuSNK games]], or [[SengokuYouko this]] manga. Can be seen as a SpiritualLicensee to {{Koei}}'s Taikou Risshiden series.

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Not to be confused with [[SengokuRance any]] [[SengokuOtome of]] [[SengokuBasara [[VideoGame/SengokuBasara these]] [[VideoGame/SengokuSNK games]], or [[SengokuYouko this]] manga. Can be seen as a SpiritualLicensee to {{Koei}}'s Taikou Risshiden series.
3rd Jun '13 2:41:59 PM Specialist290
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In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to ''VideoGames/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather then abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.

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In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to ''VideoGames/CrusaderKings'', ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather then abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.
3rd Jun '13 2:41:35 PM Specialist290
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In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to CrusaderKings, Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather then abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.

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In Sengoku, the player assumes the role of a Japanese clan leader during the [[JidaiGeki warring states period]], with the starting date being either right after the start of the Ōnin War of 1467, or OdaNobunaga's rise to clan leadership at 1551. Similarly to CrusaderKings, ''VideoGames/CrusaderKings'', Sengoku focuses on individual characters rather then abstract governments, and finding wives for your sons, producing heirs and pleasing your lord or vassals is as important as conquering lands and constructing buildings. It is not uncommon to see a so-far successful clan tearing itself apart because of a succession crisis, and if your clan leader dies without a direct male heir, it's game over.
15th May '13 6:58:03 AM Glowsquid
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Not to be confused with [[SengokuRance any]] [[SengokuOtome of]] [[SengokuBasara these]] games, or [[SengokuYouko this]] manga. Can be seen as a SpiritualSucessor to {{Koei}}'s Taikou Risshiden series.

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Not to be confused with [[SengokuRance any]] [[SengokuOtome of]] [[SengokuBasara these]] games, [[VideoGame/SengokuSNK games]], or [[SengokuYouko this]] manga. Can be seen as a SpiritualSucessor SpiritualLicensee to {{Koei}}'s Taikou Risshiden series.
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