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Game #976
Shogun (Mastertronic)  
Adventure   Multi-genre adventure

Rating: 7.86 (30 votes)

Shogun (Mastertronic) box cover

Shogun (Mastertronic) screenshot
Shogun is one of the earliest adventure games that combine traditional adventure with both action and strategic elements-- an attempt that proved largely successful here. In this unique adventure that foreshadows Sid Meier's Sword of the Samurai, make your way from samurai to Shogunate of Japan by recruiting followers, fighting enemies, collect treasures, and solve typical inventory-based puzzles. A good game that stands up well despite bland CGA graphics and difficult battles.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Steve Lee
Developer: Mastertronic
Publisher: Mastertronic
Year: 1986
Software Copyright: Mastertronic
Theme: Historical, Oriental
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: James Clavell's Shogun, Conquest of Japan, Sword of The Samurai

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