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Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)

Compatible with PlayStation 4™ (PS4™)
Version: Asia
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00

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Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura-Den (Japanese)
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Light on content for the current asking price, but great all the same.
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura Legend is a fantastic game as far as gameplay goes, doubtlessly the best in the series, 5 of the 6 new characters(Fuck Nobuyuki he's trash) are great additions to the roster, and I hope they stay in the roster for future games.

The story is significantly shorter than every other Basara game before it, because it focuses only the Takeda faction, rather than all the other factions individually. That said it's shorter than even I initially thought, at only 11 primary story stages, and 15 backstory stages, the majority of which are just one on one fights, and thus also very short. On the plus side however, once you beat the main story mode you can replay each stage with every character that was in Sumeragi

If you're dedicated enough you can beat the entire story in a day, honestly. This is disappointing however as the first time I played Sengoku Basara 3(Samurai Heroes in the west) it took me a full 3 months to 100%, and it was one of the best games i'd ever played, same with Sengoku Basara 4/Sumeragi.

On the plus side however we do have the Sanada Trials mode, essentially Bloody Palace from Devil May Cry, a mode in which you go through 60 rounds of enemies and bosses, fighting every character in the game, further, if you can beat this mode the payout is absolutely ridiculous, usually upwards of 1 million Zeni, and I absolutely love this mode. We finally have a dedicated confined arena to test out characters and combos with full precision. This is a fantastic addition and I hope this as well returns in every future installment.

Is this game a good game?
Yes, in fact I think it's a great game, and if you're a very technical in depth player I think you'll be coming back to this game for months after you finish it, honing your skills and mastering combos.

Is it worth the price however?

Honestly the answer is no, not currently anyway, not at 50 dollars for the Asian version, or 60 dollars for the Japanese version. I don't regret my decision to purchase this game at full price, as I love the Sengoku Basara series, and own every game, but I can't guarantee you'll feel the same way I do.

It's a great game, no doubt, but unless you really want it, i'd say wait for a price drop, wait until it's 30 or 40 dollars, and then buy it, it'll be more than worth it then.
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Not worth the money
Honestly, this game is extremely lacking in content. The asia version might be your cheapest option, but even then it's just not worth it for how little you get. I would seriously suggest getting SB4 Sumeragi Best Price over this, as it has all the characters from this game minus the 6 new ones. The story mode is fun as are the new added characters but there is very little replay value compared to earlier iterations of the series. Overall, buy when the game is on sale, because again, it is not worth its price tag.
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