Hello everybody and welcome back to another section of Sengoku Compare. Since we’re going through the Three Unifiers, we’ll now take a look at the second one, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. 1,562 more words
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In the last post, I talked about how I made the anchor end of the prop. The rest of the weapon design called for a long pole covered in overlapping scales, intersected at one end by a circle with a long chain attached to one side, and a decorative finial on the other end. 1,024 more words
Hello everybody and welcome back to another session of the Sengoku Compare. As opposed to Samurai Warriors who only had Sanada Yukimura as the constant mascot or main character, Sengoku Basara actually has ONE more poster boy and mascot character, this being the Warlord of Oshu, the One-Eyed Dragon Date Masamune. 1,693 more words
Hello everybody and welcome to a new section within this blog. Yep, this is not solely gonna be a countdown blog.
So, amongst the hack and slash games I have played, Samurai Warriors or Sengoku Musou by Koei-Tecmo stands amongst the top games I have played. 336 more words