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Submitted by Pozzle 158d ago | opinion piece

Xbox 360 25-in-25: Skulls of the Shogun

BT writes: Skulls of the Shogun is a game that took me by surprise. First, I was surprised it actually came out, as it had been in development for almost 4 years by the time it finally ended up in my review queue. Second, the game was a turn-based strategy game on the Xbox 360 that was being released on the XBLA service, a marketplace that isn’t known for having a good selection of turn-based strategy games… or any turn-based strategy games, for that matter. Finally, the game was good–really good. (Skulls of the Shogun, Xbox 360)

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