History VideoGame / SengokuBASARA

15th Jul '17 10:25:45 AM nombretomado
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* [[UnfortunateNames Unfortunate Song Name]]: Maybe it was not intentional per se (we hope), but maybe Abingdon Boys School didn't figured out that JAP (the opening theme in the first season) is a ''derogatory insult'' against the Japanese, especially during WorldWarII, by American soldiers and it's considered a taboo word in the U.S.

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* [[UnfortunateNames Unfortunate Song Name]]: Maybe it was not intentional per se (we hope), but maybe Abingdon Boys School didn't figured out that JAP (the opening theme in the first season) is a ''derogatory insult'' against the Japanese, especially during WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, by American soldiers and it's considered a taboo word in the U.S.
17th Jun '17 6:40:36 PM nombretomado
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* PatrioticFervor: A meta-example: There's a good reason why ''Sengoku Basara 3'' was released on the Playstation 3 and the Wii (which are both Japanese-made consoles) and NOT for the Xbox360 (which is an American model), despite the Xbox 360 being capable of handling the game better than the Wii (and not the fact the Xbox 360 has fewer sales in Japan doesn't count.)

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* PatrioticFervor: A meta-example: There's a good reason why ''Sengoku Basara 3'' was released on the Playstation 3 and the Wii (which are both Japanese-made consoles) and NOT for the Xbox360 UsefulNotes/Xbox360 (which is an American model), despite the Xbox 360 being capable of handling the game better than the Wii (and not the fact the Xbox 360 has fewer sales in Japan doesn't count.)
12th Mar '17 11:21:42 AM nombretomado
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** [[MiyamotoMusashi Musashi]], the original dual-wielder, once accuses Yukimura of stealing his technique, despite Yukimura never having heard of him before.

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** [[MiyamotoMusashi [[UsefulNotes/MiyamotoMusashi Musashi]], the original dual-wielder, once accuses Yukimura of stealing his technique, despite Yukimura never having heard of him before.
4th Jan '17 2:23:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* WorldOfBadass: Where even the ''horses'' are BadAss.

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* WorldOfBadass: Where even the ''horses'' are BadAss.badass.
24th Dec '16 8:18:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: All the fighters from the game series. Being a {{mook}} there is not a recipe for a long and happy life, unless your commander happens to be one of said badasses. Let us count the ways...
** BadassArmFold: Most notably Date Masamune (who [[RuleOfCool rides]] [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot his]] [[CoolHorse horse]] like this), but also Takeda Shingen, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Fuma Kotaro who do this constantly.
** BadassArmy: Sorta averted for you as the playable character...for you've got plenty of moves [[PersonOfMassDestruction to butcher'em mooks without breaking a sweat]].
** BackToBackBadasses: Masamune and Kojuro, Masamune and Katsuie, Yukimura and Sasuke, Keiji and Magoichi.
** BadassBeard: Muneshige, Yoshihiro
** BadassBiker: Masamune in the anime. Except his bike is a horse with exhaust pipes.
** BadassBoast
** BadassBookworm: Motonari, Hanbe, Muneshige
** BadassCape: Naotora. Muneshige has one on each shoulder and Nobunaga's can attack people in older games.
** BadassGrandpa: Yoshihiro. Also, Ujimasa can still kick some ass.
** HandicappedBadass: Masamune and Motochika are both missing an eye.
** LittleMissBadass: Itsuki, Tsuruhime
** BadassLongcoat: Kojuro. Kenshin wears a sleeveless one, with five snowflake-like tails at the end and Matabe wears one resembling a lizard tail.
** BadassPreacher: It's hard to say that Xavi is badass, being a jolly LoveFreak, but he's got big guns...
** BadassMustache: Nobunaga, Shingen, Yoshiaki, Yoshiteru
** CulturedBadass: Kenshin, Muneshige, Hisahide, Rikyu
** TookALevelInBadass: Ieyasu took a massive one, with a little help from his PlotRelevantAgeUp.

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* {{Badass}}: All the fighters from the game series. Being a {{mook}} there is not a recipe for a long and happy life, unless your commander happens to be one of said badasses. Let us count the ways...
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BadassArmFold: Most notably Date Masamune (who [[RuleOfCool rides]] [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot his]] [[CoolHorse horse]] like this), but also Takeda Shingen, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Fuma Kotaro who do this constantly.
** * BadassArmy: Sorta averted for you as the playable character...for you've got plenty of moves [[PersonOfMassDestruction to butcher'em mooks without breaking a sweat]].
** %%* BackToBackBadasses: Masamune and Kojuro, Masamune and Katsuie, Yukimura and Sasuke, Keiji and Magoichi.
** %%* BadassBeard: Muneshige, Yoshihiro
** * BadassBiker: Masamune in the anime. Except his bike is a horse with exhaust pipes.
** %%* BadassBoast
** %%* BadassBookworm: Motonari, Hanbe, Muneshige
** * BadassCape: Naotora. Muneshige has one on each shoulder and Nobunaga's can attack people in older games.
** * BadassGrandpa: Yoshihiro. Also, Ujimasa can still kick some ass.
** HandicappedBadass: Masamune and Motochika are both missing an eye.
** LittleMissBadass: Itsuki, Tsuruhime
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* BadassLongcoat: Kojuro. Kenshin wears a sleeveless one, with five snowflake-like tails at the end and Matabe wears one resembling a lizard tail.
** * BadassPreacher: It's hard to say that Xavi is badass, being a jolly LoveFreak, but he's got big guns...
** %%* BadassMustache: Nobunaga, Shingen, Yoshiaki, Yoshiteru
** CulturedBadass: Kenshin, Muneshige, Hisahide, Rikyu
** TookALevelInBadass: Ieyasu took a massive one, with a little help from his PlotRelevantAgeUp.
Yoshiteru


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%%* CulturedBadass: Kenshin, Muneshige, Hisahide, Rikyu


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* HandicappedBadass: Masamune and Motochika are both missing an eye.


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%%* LittleMissBadass: Itsuki, Tsuruhime


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* TookALevelInBadass: Ieyasu took a massive one, with a little help from his PlotRelevantAgeUp.
21st Nov '16 1:59:55 AM ChrisX
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The result was a franchise that [[RefugeInAudacity abandoned such things as logic, physics, and historical accuracy]], and instead ran entirely on RuleOfCool, a WorldOfBadass chock-full of {{Flanderization}}, for better or worse. Despite a failed attempt by Capcom to bring the first game to the west by giving it a CutAndPasteTranslation treatment in the form of ''Devil Kings'', which changed the characters' names and removed all Sengoku Period references (leaving Capcom reluctant to localise the sequels), the series maintains a strong fanbase, especially in Japan, mainly because, if nothing else, [[RuleOfFun it's just fun]].

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The result was a franchise that [[RefugeInAudacity abandoned such things as logic, physics, general subtlety, and historical accuracy]], and instead ran entirely on RuleOfCool, a WorldOfBadass chock-full of {{Flanderization}}, for better or worse. Despite a failed attempt by Capcom to bring the first game to the west by giving it a CutAndPasteTranslation treatment in the form of ''Devil Kings'', which changed the characters' names and removed all Sengoku Period references (leaving Capcom reluctant to localise the sequels), the series maintains a strong fanbase, especially in Japan, mainly because, if nothing else, [[RuleOfFun it's just fun]].
31st Jul '16 10:34:32 PM TheBuddy26
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Not to be confused with the RealTimeStrategy game ''VideoGame/{{Sengoku}}'', or the shoujo manga ''Manga/{{Basara}}''.

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Not to be confused with the RealTimeStrategy game ''VideoGame/{{Sengoku}}'', or the shoujo manga ''Manga/{{Basara}}''.
''Manga/{{Basara}}'', or [[BilingualBonus trash]].
5th Jul '16 6:30:20 AM TastySauce
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* PopularityPower: The series breathes in this. Popularity means more screentime, more merchandise, and more development. It explains Mitsunari's BreakoutCharacter status to the point that he took over Yukimura as Masamune's main rival (after beating Yukimura out as second most popular character by only 50 votes), or the promotion of some NPC into playable characters and personal scenarios (Motochika and Motonari in ''2'', Kojuro, Oichi, Nagamasa and Kotaro in ''2 Heroes''). Tellingly, those who have little popularity (e.g: Nouhime, Ranmaru, Yoshimoto, Kennyo, Xavi, many Area Warlords, etc) tends to either get replaced with another character with similar theme (Magoichi for Nouhime, Tsuruhime for Ranmaru, for example) or demoted into unplayability to the point of obscurity or removed from the game, or becoming nothing more than glorified cannon fodder.

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* PopularityPower: The series breathes in this. Popularity means more screentime, more merchandise, and more development. It explains Mitsunari's BreakoutCharacter status to the point that he took over Yukimura as Masamune's main rival (after beating Yukimura out as second most popular character by only 50 votes), or the promotion of some NPC into playable characters and personal scenarios (Motochika and Motonari in ''2'', Kojuro, Oichi, Nagamasa and Kotaro in ''2 Heroes''). Tellingly, those who have little popularity (e.g: Nouhime, Nohime, Ranmaru, Yoshimoto, Kennyo, Xavi, many Area Warlords, etc) tends to either get replaced with another character with similar theme (Magoichi for Nouhime, Nohime, Tsuruhime for Ranmaru, for example) or demoted into unplayability to the point of obscurity or removed from the game, or becoming nothing more than glorified cannon fodder.
5th Jul '16 1:32:09 AM ChrisX
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* PopularityPower: The series breathes in this. Popularity means more screentime, more merchandise, and more development. It explains Mitsunari's BreakoutCharacter status to the point that he took over Yukimura as Masamune's main rival (after beating Yukimura out as second most popular character by only 50 votes), or the promotion of some NPC into playable characters and personal scenarios (Motochika and Motonari in ''2'', Kojuro, Oichi, Nagamasa and Kotaro in ''2 Heroes'').

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* PopularityPower: The series breathes in this. Popularity means more screentime, more merchandise, and more development. It explains Mitsunari's BreakoutCharacter status to the point that he took over Yukimura as Masamune's main rival (after beating Yukimura out as second most popular character by only 50 votes), or the promotion of some NPC into playable characters and personal scenarios (Motochika and Motonari in ''2'', Kojuro, Oichi, Nagamasa and Kotaro in ''2 Heroes''). Tellingly, those who have little popularity (e.g: Nouhime, Ranmaru, Yoshimoto, Kennyo, Xavi, many Area Warlords, etc) tends to either get replaced with another character with similar theme (Magoichi for Nouhime, Tsuruhime for Ranmaru, for example) or demoted into unplayability to the point of obscurity or removed from the game, or becoming nothing more than glorified cannon fodder.
17th Feb '16 10:08:59 PM GrammarNavi
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* ''[[FightingGame Sengoku Basara X]]'' (2008) UsefulNotes{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=][[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]

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* ''[[FightingGame Sengoku Basara X]]'' (2008) UsefulNotes{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=][[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=][[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]
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