Capcom announced that Sengoku Basara 4 will be out in early 2014 on the PS3.
It is always nice to see a video game set in the feudal, pre-industrial era of Japan. The Japanese countryside in general has a special, comforting atmosphere, and combining it with badass samurai warriors and political drama always has spectacular results. We have selected games for today's Show Us gallery that both…
Jump Festa is a yearly event hosted by Shueisha, the publishers of the Jump line of comics, where Jump-related paraphernalia and games are put on display as well as stage events and announcements. It's also a good event for companies that have Jump-related things out to display some of their own non-Jump-related…
Those battling Ikki Tousen girls are bringing their torn clothes and short skirts to the Tokyo stage. The manga turned video game and anime series is getting a theatrical adaptation.
Browser Sengoku Basara, the browser game version of Sengoku Basara, is going offline after debuting this summer.
Twenty-one year-old Satomi Suzuki won two medals at the London Olympics: a silver for the 200m breaststroke and a bronze for the 100m breaststroke (she also scored a team bronze medal for the relay). Winning three medals is the stuff of dreams. But Suzuki, has another dream entirely. She wants to voice video game and…
Back in 2005 to combat the success of Koei's Dynasty Warriors series, Capcom released Sengoku BASARA on the PlayStation 2. Where Dynasty Warriors had always been focused on Chinese history, BASARA set out to do the same thing but with Japanese history. However, Koei had already done the same thing by releasing …
Hey, you like Sengoku Basara? You know, those samurai games Capcom makes that are wildly popular in Japan and aren't exactly historically accurate? Well, good news. And bad news.
Since around 2005 or 2006, "boob" mousepads have enjoyed a degree of popularity with male gamers. But not all gamers are dudes, and not all dudes like boobs. Hence, this.
Sengoku Basara features prettied-up versions of some tough as nails dead dudes. The game is set against Japan's Warring States period during which Japanese people were beating the shit out of each other. But the game's aren't nearly as horrific (or smelly) as the history. So bring on the rock'n'roll soundtrack.
Games of leather and rubber. Not video games, but real games with impossible heels and spankings. Those might be the trappings of S&M, but in Japan, S&M isn't only about trappings or artifice. It's something deeper.
Japan loves glasses. Japan also loves Sengoku Basara. Enter officially licensed Sengoku Basara prescription specs.
It's summer. In Japan, that means beaches and snow cones. It also means having the shit scared out of you.
A forty-year-old manga starring a mask-wearing wrestler is inspiring Japan to do good. Only, they are dishing out presents instead of punches. Rwar.
One does not become a kabuki actor, it's a male-only birthright. There are kabuki dynasties, and only the oldest son can star in kabuki theater. One of Japan's most popular kabuki actors just got his face smashed in.
Capcom's Sengoku Basara is popular in Japan. So popular that it has its own theme park attraction at the base of Mount Fuji. How many games can say that?