Skulls of the Shogun



Skulls of the Shogun

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Skulls of the Shogun is a welcome change of pace from business-as-usual strategy genre entries. There's a dearth of content beyond the campaign, but what's on offer is funny and charming, and the streamlined battle system continually rewards with new...

By New Game Network on

A turn-based strategy game somehow doesn't seem like a turn-based strategy game when it's peopled with cartoon skeletons, midget samurai and bobble-headed Japanese deities. Skulls of the Shogun isn't a case of style over substance - it's a case of style...

By PC Advisor on

General Akamoto is not having a good day. He was an exemplary soldier, and was about to become the Shogun. Sadly, that didn't happen. Instead, someone stabbed him in the back. Unfortunately, this doesn't mean he can go on and enjoy a happy afterlife....

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Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition é um jogo de estratégia com um sistema de combate por turnos. As paisagens são pintadas à mão e os diálogos hilários. O game foi lançado para Xbox 360, PC e iOS em 2013, e o desenvolvimento ficou a cargo do...

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Skulls of the Shogun succeeds by being smart, slick and funny, and manages to make turn-based strategy engaging and charming rather than dry and convoluted.Skulls of the Shogun was reviewed by Geoffrey Tim on a Xbox 360jQuery(document).ready(function() {...

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