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Shogun is a bizarre game from Mastertronic that places you in the steps of several feudal Japanese era shoes. Although the game is 2D, it moves from the perspective of a isometric game, meaning that when you press the up button, your character magically flies upwards into the air. I don't understand this mechanic, but the game in itself is very nice.

The screens are well designed, with different little people running around, buildings with nice architecture, and more. The graphics aren't special for their age, but they still give the feeling of feudal Japan. The music and sound is actually much better than you'd expect it to be, with little bleeping music playing in the background, along with sound effects. They aren't exactly mind-blowing, but they serve their purpose, and they offer hints of confirmation.

In Shogun, you choose your identity (a certain character) and then play their story. This leads like an Adventure mostly, you can chat with people, attack them, or barter. You have several commands at your repertoire, attack, examine, talk, and etc. Shogun is difficult to learn, you'll find yourself playing over and over just to learn the basic mechanics of the game because of the lack of proper instructions. Otherwise, gameplay is excellent, and Shogun is a masterpiece. If you don't mind the dated graphics, and some of it's occasional bleeping, you should check it out!


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Reviewed by: Blood-Pigggy / Screenshots by: Blood-Pigggy / Uploaded by: Blood-Pigggy / share on facebook
 

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