Sengoku (2011 video game)

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This article is about the 2011 strategy game. For the 1991 arcade game, see Sengoku (1991 video game).
Sengoku
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Developer(s) Paradox Development Studio
Publisher(s) Paradox Interactive
Distributor(s) Steam, GamersGate
Engine Clausewitz Engine
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Mac OS X
Release date(s) 13 September 2011
Genre(s) Grand strategy
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Distribution CD, digital distribution

Sengoku: Way of the Warrior is a grand strategy computer game developed and published by Paradox Interactive.[1]

In this game, the player assumes the role of a Japanese noble in 1467. The title means "warring states" and refers to the Sengoku era. The gameplay is similar to Crusader Kings II, another Paradox game. Nobles hold titles giving them an income from their demesne and their vassals. Relationships are based on character traits and situation. Soldiers and fleets are levied from your vassals according to how much they like you. Mercenaries are hired retinues supplement your levies. Hostages are held to confirm peace treaties.

The game was criticized for its lack of missions and the lack of a flexible starting date, atypical for a Paradox game.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sengoku: Way of the Warrior". Paradox Interactive. 
  2. ^ http://www.wargamer.com/article/3088/pc-game-review-sengoku

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