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Skulls Of The Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition

Rating Summary

Based on 3 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

60

Top Critic Average

Based on 3 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCJul 11, 2019
Nintendo SwitchJul 11, 2019

Developer: 17-BIT

Genre: Strategy

Crush your enemies and eat their skulls! Enter the Samurai Afterlife and join forces with undead warriors, magical monks, and mighty mustachioed samurai generals!

SKULL-TASTIC FEATURES:

- Beautifully hand-drawn and hand-animated! See it in motion!
- 4 magical animal monks to discover and master!
- 24 levels of epic single-player story! Why can’t General Akamoto get any respect?!
- 4 gods and 6 generals, all with distinct personalities!
- Power up your army to deadly demons!
- Gain experience, emblems, and cred with the progression system!
- BONUS island featuring persistent troops and the Tanuki Monk!

Where to Buy

Amazon
GOG.com

Review Data

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Strong Head
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Reviews

Metro GameCentral

7 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Its attempted revolution of turn-based tactics isn't quite as practical as it first seems but this is still an impressively fun, and funny, strategy game.

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Nintendo Life

6 / 10
Nintendo Life

If you haven’t played Skulls of the Shogun in any form over the past six years, we still can still heartily recommend the single-player campaign as a generous and devilishly fun slice of turn-based strategy action that perfectly suits the Switch, particularly in handheld mode.

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Digitally Downloaded

Digitally Downloaded

Lacking personality as it is, and with its main selling point - the multiplayer - being an apparent bust, it's very hard to understand who would actually want to buy into this version of Skulls of the Shogun.

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