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Rating: 2.57/5 - 6283 Plays
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Genre: Strategy, RTS

You are living in the shadow of the unworthy Shogun Nobunaga for far too long, already. Time to gather your loyal forces and take what is yours by the right of conquest! Samurai Rebellion is a fast-paced, battle-oriented strategy game set in medieval Japan around the year 1600, featuring both tactical and strategical gameplay, 37 levels, 7 unit types, and a unique art style based on ancient Japanese Ukiyo-e printing.


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Controls/Instructions:

Hot-Keys: Shift+Number -> select lane; Ctrl+Number -> launch ability/buff; Number -> place unit

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Comments  

 
#5 manofomens 2014-03-05 12:33
Surprisingly well done. Although money is tight at first, the enemy regenerates slower than you, so if you skirmish then retreat, you can build up an army large enough to overwhelm most forces if you play smart. Im on the fence about a skip turn button. After beating the game I feel like being able to skip turns would have made it too easy.
 
 
#4 EatMyChili 2014-03-02 18:47
I like the premise but as has been stated, there doesn't seem to be any way to get enough money together, or to in some other way acquire enough advantages to make winning possible. Currently there doesn't seem to be a way to skip a turn in the interest of saving money; maybe this could be included?
 
 
#3 earth 2014-02-27 22:42
nice idea but that's it, due lack of money (unless loans it and it has limits) can't get big enuf army since dead soldiers stay dead (ok idea if there was way to get money besides loaning it), apparently nice amount of different units but different thing is to get those due lack of money, battles are 1 big mess where luck plays big role, nice graphics with decent sounds and nice music.

overall nice game but due no easy way to get money game becomes too hard, it has potential but that's it.
 
 
#2 MisterD 2014-02-27 21:00
Highly stylised capture-the-flag type game.

The graphics and sounds are actually pretty well done, it's a shame the game play is not up to the same level.

The fighting units seem ineffective and more importantly I couldn't figure out how to advance the game turn counter without fighting a battle (i.e. wait doing nothing to get more money).

I've seen better.

2/5
 
 
#1 fergusferret 2014-02-27 12:32
yet another defend the base game but this time japanese style so lots of swords, crap bows and even worse samuri along with lots of other units available later in the game.

this is a simple slaughter fest with little prowess other than being able to send your men in the best way possible to kill the enemy and keep as many alive as possible. This is crap really.

2/5
 

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