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Paradox announces Sengoku

Paradox announces Sengoku

Paradox Interactive has announced Sengoku, a new strategy game based in feudal Japan.

Paradox Interactive has announced a new hardcore strategy game set in feudal Japan, called Sengoku, in the run up to the release of Total War: Shogun 2.

The game currently has no release date, but will likely be a PC exclusive judging from Paradox Interactive's track record.

Starting in 1467, Sengoku bases itself around the civil war that follows the collapse of the Ashikaga Shoguns in a brand of strategy which Paradox claims is deep and character driven. Players will control a noble family which makes a bid for authority amidst the chaos.

Sengoku will allow players to recruit samurai and ninja, among others, to attack other families, but much of the strategy sounds like it operates on the social level - drawing immediate comparisons to Paradox's Crusader Kings series.

You can check out the announcement trailer below for a quick look at the game, then let us know your thoughts in the forums.

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Aracos 1st March 2011, 16:36 Quote
Bit of bad timing considering shogun 2 is released in 2 weeks?
louist44 1st March 2011, 16:45 Quote
looks like a clone of total war... Not that much was revealed from that clip
SMIFFYDUDE 1st March 2011, 16:49 Quote
Ninja maths brainteaser.
Yemerich 1st March 2011, 19:59 Quote
I thought Green Sabbath was making a new casemod :D
Sloth 1st March 2011, 21:09 Quote
So will the sequel be named Sengohan?
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