Paradox Interactive released today a single-player demo for their upcoming strategy game, Sengoku. The demo features two clans spanning 15 years of gameplay and doesn’t allow you to either Save or Load. Sengoku is set to release digitally tomorrow as well as retail during the week for a suggested retail price of $29.99/€29.99.
Sengoku is a strategy game from the makers of Europa Universalis and the Hearts of Iron franchise. Focusing on the rich cast of characters, this strategy RPG allows the player to take control of a clan leader, or subordinate, and rise to prominence in your attempt to become an all-powerful Shogun. Fight to unite the land of the Rising Sun under your iron fist through a combination of deal making, deploying samurai and unleashing shadowy Ninja.
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