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Submitted by PixelJudge 390d ago | review

Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition Pixel Judge review

PJ: "There has been a resurrection of the isometric turn-based tactical genre in recent times, with old friends such as Jagged Alliance and XCOM climbing out of their graves. In addition to these returning gems there are new stars joining the ranks - and this is for good reason. Turn-based tactical games have always tickled a certain portion of the gamers' mind; the one that is able to appreciate chess and subtlety, the puzzle-solver's part, while still delivering on juicy, delicious action. Adding this to the ever-present craze with Japanese culture worldwide, Skulls of the Shogun, a game where you command dead samurai spirit skeletons in battles against one another, seems to be a sure-fire addition to the Hall of Indie Game Fame. Does it then live up to these expectations? Well, read on and find out." (PC, Skulls of the Shogun) 3.5/5

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