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A strategy game set in feudal Japan. You take the role one of the 9 clans and try to achieve supremacy over the country. During the campaign the winning condition is to conquer and hold Tokyo; additionally to conquering a certain number of provinces (the exact number changes depending on if the long or short campaign is played). Just like with all entries in the Total War series, the gameplay is split into a turn-based strategy map and real-time tactics fights.
During the strategy mode you need to manage your provinces, e.g. by researching (called "mastering the arts") new military and civilian achievements or training special agents like ninjas for assassinations or monks to demoralise the enemy. Each of those units can be improved when they gain experience. Additionally every character can have up to three supporting people who bring further bonuses.
Gave Sengoku Jindai yet another try earlier today. But it's Shogun 2 that 'flows' so easily, instead. First time on 'hard' that I have a great time, in game = people happy. neighbors peaceful. the emperor observant...
I don't like synthetic benchmarks. Rather use benchmarks from actual games. Shogun 2 has - among other - a CPU based benchmark. You get two 1000 men armies killing each other ... until the last man is dead. Epic benchmark.
https://youtu ... [+] I don't like synthetic benchmarks. Rather use benchmarks from actual games. Shogun 2 has - among other - a CPU based benchmark. You get two 1000 men armies killing each other ... until the last man is dead. Epic benchmark.