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Skulls of the Shogun è un arcade strategico in cui samurai non-morti combattono nell'aldilà.
Data di rilascio: 29 Lug 2013
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Skulls of the Shogun out for Mac & Linux!

27 Maggio 2014

We're very happy to announce that Skulls is now on Mac & Linux!

If you're a long time fan looking for new multiplayer action, jump back in to the game with all the new players!

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“Veloce, compatto e ben realizzato. Skulls of the Shogun è un gioco davvero originale e merita un posto tra i migliori titoli del suo genere.” -- Eurogamer

"Skulls of the Shogun vanta una colonna sonora davvero azzeccata." - Kotaku

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Informazioni sul gioco

Annienta i tuoi nemici e divorane i teschi! Skulls of the Shogun è un gioco strategico a turni dal ritmo serrato ricco di scontri in stile picchiaduro e caratterizzato da un tono umoristico! Visita l'aldilà dei samurai e alleati con guerrieri non morti, monaci dotati di poteri magici e generali samurai baffuti!

- Magnifica animazione realizzata a mano!
- 4 monaci dotati di poteri magici da scoprire e padroneggiare!
- 24 avvincenti livelli in modalità giocatore singolo! Perché al generale Akamoto non viene tributato il giusto rispetto?
- 4 dei e 6 generali dalle personalità ben distinte!
- Puoi combattere assieme a un massimo di 4 amici!
- Invia le tue mosse a ogni turno nella modalità Teschi Ovunque!
- Potenzia il tuo esercito fino a renderlo un letale esercito di demoni!
- Guadagna esperienza, stemmi e seguaci col sistema di avanzamento!
- Isola BONUS con truppe permanenti e il Monaco Tanuki!
- Facile da capire, duro da padroneggiare. Sfida i tuoi amici!
- Eccezionale colonna sonora caratterizzata da ritmi in stile giapponese!
- Avvincente come un cartone animato giapponese!

Requisiti di sistema (PC)

    • OS:Windows XP + Service Pack 3
    • Processor: Intel Celeron 440 2.0GHz / AMD Athlon 64 3300+
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0 graphics card, Nvidia GeForce 7300 / ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 or better
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB HD space

Requisiti di sistema (MAC)

    • OS: Snow Leopard 10.6.8, 32/64-bit
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+ support (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space

Requisiti di sistema (Linux)

    • OS: glibc 2.15+, 32/64-bit. S3TC support is NOT required.
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+ support (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
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16 di 17 persone (94%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
21 prodotti nell'account
7 recensioni
72.9 ore in totale
Unfortunately, little do the bulk of TBS addicts know about this rare gem bringing a nice change of pace. Many consider it as a spiritual successor of Advance Wars, and it is in many ways yet by being a truly unique experience in the even rarer ''cartoony TBS'' sub genre. Don't get it wrong: despite its ( marvelous ) cartoony construct & hilarious dialogues ( really ), Skulls of the Shogun also shines via a lenghty campaign of well drawn maps.

Overall strategy and multiple tactics may seem basic, but ways to win versus enemies ( AI or multiplayer ) require the full attention of veteran players as well. It's not perfect on crowded bottlenecks when trying to command orders, some little glitch here and there, though nothing to alter an otherwise joyful turn based combat.

Pros: vivid cartoony construct and turn based combat mixed pretty well; lenghty campaign and multiplayer modes; hilarious dialogues; great audio track.

Cons: ordering units when crowded like sardines; some questionable unit range versus obstacle placement.

Bottom line: Highly recommended. ''OSHUDA''
Pubblicata: 26 Gennaio 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
12 di 13 persone (92%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
93 prodotti nell'account
17 recensioni
38.2 ore in totale
Skulls of the Shogun is another indie turn based tactics game. This is a fun game to play because the levels are short and packed with action and tough decision making. It’s also easy to learn and play because there is no hex counting, no charts, and no tables. It has special objectives for completionists including a time attack trial and a developer commentary for all 20 levels.

I like this game because individual levels are short. The long levels can be 30 minutes but you can easily finish most within 15. Skulls doesn’t waste time with load outs or gear management. The only thing you need to manage is your troops and your rice (a currency to buy units). You manage your units with five orders each turn. Activating a unit takes an order. Most decisions are simple yet tough. Do you deal damage? Do you take crucial economy or troop producing buildings? Do you eat skulls to upgrade your troops? Do you provide other units protection from knock back?

Many turn based tactics games rely on special attack and armor types. In Skulls you won’t need to memorize the latest version of rock-paper-scissors. Attacks are easy to understand. Units deal damage and armor subtracts it. No long time investments studying maximum efficiency. Though it is a tactics game and so if hyper efficient decision making is what you like then you’ll be glad to know that each level is scored, even including leaderboards. Each level also has alternate secondary objectives such as winning without losing any units.

On the negative side I think knock back while intuitive often felt a bit fuzzy. An attack that I thought for sure would knock an opponent over an edge just barely hangs on and vice versa. Also while it’s fun that individual levels are short it would have been nice to have more than 20 levels to play through. Because it’s possible to play through the game in less than ten hours that means Skulls relies a lot on it’s great replayability.

Due to it's campaign length I think the $14.99 asking price might be a bit much but this is definitely a great purchase at $10.
Pubblicata: 9 Marzo 2014
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4 di 5 persone (80%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
63 prodotti nell'account
6 recensioni
0.8 ore in totale
Aw, this game is so charming! It got my great-great-grandmother into playing RTS. She also bought a Samurai sword to re-enact battle scenes.
Pubblicata: 30 Giugno 2014
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4 di 6 persone (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1,500 prodotti nell'account
35 recensioni
1.7 ore in totale
One of the best turn-based strategies out there.
Pubblicata: 28 Maggio 2014
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2 di 3 persone (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
513 prodotti nell'account
36 recensioni
5.7 ore in totale
So, a bunch of the games I've been posting about lately have not been (in my opinion) "great". This is not at all true of Skulls of the Shogun. This highly polished turn-based tactics/strategy game isn't overly complex (it's got a great tutorial), but remains deep enough to be satisfying for higher-level play, with additional rewards for particularly skilled play.

And I'm totally uninterested in playing it right now.

While I can't say that I'm a huge aficionado of the genre (tactics and/or strategy), I have enjoyed games of this type in the past, and while I would generally consider myself to be "not very good" at strategy/tactics, I think it's important to challenge myself from time-to-time. But right now I'm just not in the mood, so this game will go into the pile labeled "revisit" (a designation for games that I either wish to replay, or games that I didn't feel like playing but think that I should try again later).

I would certainly recommend this game, however, and It's available on many platforms (PC/Mac/Linux, some—but not all—Sony/Microsoft consoles, as well as iOS).
Pubblicata: 23 Giugno 2014
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No