History VideoGame / SengokuBASARA

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]]
17th Feb '16 10:08:33 PM GrammarNavi
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* ''Sengoku Basara'' / ''Devil Kings'' (2005) {{PS2}}
* ''Sengoku Basara 2'' (2006) {{PS2}}
** ''Sengoku Basara 2: Heroes'' (2007) {{PS2}}/{{Wii}}
* ''[[FightingGame Sengoku Basara X]]'' (2008) Arcade[=/=]{{PS2}}
* ''Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes'' (2009) {{PSP}}
* ''Sengoku Basara 3'' / ''Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes'' (2010) {{PS3}}/{{Wii}}
** ''Sengoku Basara 3: Utage'' (2011) {{PS3}}/{{Wii}}
* ''Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes'' (2011) {{PSP}}
* ''Sengoku Basara 4'' (2014) {{PS3}}
** ''Sengoku Basara 4: Sumeragi'' (2015) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}
* ''Sengoku Basara: Sanada Yukimura Den'' (2016) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}

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* ''Sengoku Basara'' / ''Devil Kings'' (2005) {{PS2}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]
* ''Sengoku Basara 2'' (2006) {{PS2}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]
** ''Sengoku Basara 2: Heroes'' (2007) {{PS2}}/{{Wii}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]/UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}
* ''[[FightingGame Sengoku Basara X]]'' (2008) Arcade[=/=]{{PS2}}
UsefulNotes{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=][[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]
* ''Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes'' (2009) {{PSP}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]]
* ''Sengoku Basara 3'' / ''Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes'' (2010) {{PS3}}/{{Wii}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]]/UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}
** ''Sengoku Basara 3: Utage'' (2011) {{PS3}}/{{Wii}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]]/UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}
* ''Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes'' (2011) {{PSP}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]]
* ''Sengoku Basara 4'' (2014) {{PS3}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]]
** ''Sengoku Basara 4: Sumeragi'' (2015) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]]/[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 PS4]]
* ''Sengoku Basara: Sanada Yukimura Den'' (2016) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]]/[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 PS4]]



In the wake of the anime's success, Capcom announced that ''Sengoku Basara'' would be brought to the US and Europe once more, starting with the third game, translated faithfully, and titled ''Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes''. In August 2012 the first two games and expansion were collected in an UpdatedRerelease for the {{PS3}}.

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In the wake of the anime's success, Capcom announced that ''Sengoku Basara'' would be brought to the US and Europe once more, starting with the third game, translated faithfully, and titled ''Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes''. In August 2012 the first two games and expansion were collected in an UpdatedRerelease for the {{PS3}}.
[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]].
20th Dec '15 5:14:02 AM Morgenthaler
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->''"[[GratuitousEnglish SHOWTIME!]]"''

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->''"[[GratuitousEnglish SHOWTIME!]]"''
->''"SHOWTIME!"''
20th Dec '15 5:13:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* KilledOffForReal: Since ''3'' is much more true to history than the other games, characters like Yoshimoto, Nagamasa, Nohime, Ranmaru, Hanbe and Hideyoshi were cut for the sake of plot. Nobunaga still made it back though, LikeABadassOutOfHell.
** Hideyoshi, Hanbe and Nagamasa return in ''4'' due to the game being a ContinuityReboot. Nohime and Ranmaru's fates are revealed in Tenkai's drama route, in which they were captured by Mitsuhide's forces and the two appear in a flashback in Katsuie's anime ending.
15th Dec '15 4:24:38 PM TastySauce
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** ''Sengoku Basara 2 Heroes'' (2007) {{PS2}}/{{Wii}}

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** ''Sengoku Basara 2 2: Heroes'' (2007) {{PS2}}/{{Wii}}



* ''Sengoku Basara Battle Heroes'' (2009) {{PSP}}

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* ''Sengoku Basara Basara: Battle Heroes'' (2009) {{PSP}}



** ''Sengoku Basara 3 Utage'' (2011) {{PS3}}/{{Wii}}
* ''Sengoku Basara Chronicle Heroes'' (2011) {{PSP}}

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** ''Sengoku Basara 3 3: Utage'' (2011) {{PS3}}/{{Wii}}
* ''Sengoku Basara Basara: Chronicle Heroes'' (2011) {{PSP}}



** ''Sengoku Basara 4 Sumeragi'' (2015) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}

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** ''Sengoku Basara 4 4: Sumeragi'' (2015) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}
* ''Sengoku Basara: Sanada Yukimura Den'' (2016) {{PS3}}/{{PS4}}
15th Nov '15 8:12:12 PM Mewshuji
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* FauxActionGirl: Kasuga, Matsu and Oichi in season one. [[spoiler: Ok, Oichi at least killed Nohime with her dark hands, but still...]]

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* FauxActionGirl: Kasuga, Matsu and Oichi in season one. [[spoiler: Ok, Oichi at least killed Nohime with her dark hands, but still...]]
27th Oct '15 9:26:01 AM HighCrate
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* MightyGlacier: Shingen, Hideyoshi and Xavi, the latter being the slowest character in the games but having a LimitBreak capable of, if not outright killing them, taking off massive chunks of boss health if used properly. Itsuki and Naotora are {{Glacier Waif}}s. Kanbe and Muneshige make up for their lack of speed with their attack range.

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* MightyGlacier: Shingen, Hideyoshi and Xavi, the latter being Xavi is the slowest character in the games but having has a LimitBreak capable of, if not outright killing them, taking off massive chunks of boss a boss' health if used properly. Itsuki and Naotora are {{Glacier Waif}}s. Kanbe and Muneshige make up for their lack of speed with their attack range.properly.
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