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One more Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes trailer before history class begins

Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes arrives tomorrow, ready to educate gamers with a painstakingly accurate recreation of Japan's Warring States Period. Capcom exhaustively researched the super attacks and rocket launcher poses of the warlords represented in-game. That commitment to verisimilitude shows....

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Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes video isn't helping matters

Hey Sengoku Basra: Samurai Heroes, before you release a trailer, ask yourself: Does your halfhearted script and voice-over work combine for an effect remarkably similar to a Gamestop assistant manager giving a pre-order pitch? If so, you might wanna take another shot at it ... Next time, we mean....

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Sengoku Basara video strategically retreats from reality

The latest character to be revealed in Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes has us thankful for Capcom's liberal use of creative license. In the game, Otani Yoshitsugu is a sort of mystic shrouded by bandages, who floats magically through the air as he attacks with a ring of flying projectiles. In re...

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Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes sticks six swords into North America on Oct. 12

Capcom has announced that its boisterous brawler, Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes, will arrive in North America on October 12. Launching simultaneously on Wii and PlayStation 3, Samurai Heroes sees you "picking up the arms of more than a dozen samurai heroes" in 16th century Japan. With so many limb...

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Sengoku Basara anime available for online streaming

Wondering what all this Sengoku Basara stuff is about? We've certainly heard questions to the effect of "Sengoku Ba-whatnow?" a few times since the TGS announcement of the of the Wii/PS3 brawler. Funimation is licensing the popular anime show that ties into the game, and has posted the first two ...

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Okamiden in North America in 2011; Ghost Trick and Sengoku Basara in 2010

We may have had clues about a localized version of Okamiden, but that doesn't mean we aren't thrilled to see it officially announced. Capcom's DS sequel to Okami will be available for Nintendo DS in North America sometime in 2011. The trailer above relates the story, in which a very cute wolf god na...

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TGS 2009: Capcom bringing Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes and Ghost Trick to NA, Europe

A deluge of Capcom media arrived from the Tokyo Game Show today -- so much, in fact, that we nearly forgot to tell you the Japanese publisher announced intentions to bring Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes and Ghost Trick to North America and Europe in 2010. Traditionally, the Sengoku Basara series (thi...

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