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Sengoku Denshou

Sengoku Denshou (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Fighting, Brawler
Developer: Dragnet
More Platforms: NeoGeo, NeoGeo CD, SNES


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Sengoku Denshou review

Reviewed August 20, 2012

Pat Floyd says: "Sengoku is a trippy brawler that inserts samurai and folklore demons into modern-day Japan, interrupted by a few interludes where the player leaps up into heaven to fight even more monsters. This bizarre series of events is explained as being due to Nobunaga Oda. That clears everything up."
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