Sengoku Basara Review

The episodes of the Japanese anime television series Sengoku Basara are directed by Itsuro Kawasaki and animated by Production I.G.[1] The anime is based on Capcom’s PlayStation 2 video game of the same name, which was released in North America under the title Devil Kings. The story takes place during the Sengoku period, or Warring States Period, and revolves around two historical warlords, Sanada Yukimura and Date Masamune.

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MY TURN-I can think of one word to describe this fast paced action anime….AWSSOMEEEE….it circles around the historical background of Japan but with STYLE. All the characters you will see in this anime are real life characters from the ancient japan days..From Tokugawa to Oda etc etc…This anime is fast paced, lots of action, and a little comedic..Tho this is a historical anime..its really over exaggerated for the best..If you enjoy watching fast paced action killing anime..You should enjoy this one..

i will give this a 9/10

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