NZGamer: Shogun 2: Total War Eyes On

In Japan the cherry blossoms begin to bloom in January. They are a sight to behold, smothering the senses and boasting subtle magentas, pure whites and sultry pinks. But the blossoms have a more melancholic quality. By symbolising the endless transience of existence, Japan’s cherry blossoms have come to represent the conquest of life, and the inevitability of death.

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