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Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (2010)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Liam O'Brien ... Ieyasu Tokugawa (voice)
Troy Baker ... Mitsunari Ishida (voice)
Michael Sorich ... Yoshitsugu Otani / Harumasa Nanbu (voice) (as Michael G. Sorich)
Karen Strassman ... Magoichi Saika (voice)
Richard Epcar ... Kanbe Kuroda (voice)
Kat Steel Kat Steel ... Tsuruhime (voice)
Reuben Langdon ... Masamune Date (voice)
Johnny Yong Bosch ... Yukimura Sanada (voice) (as Johnny Bosch)
Matthew Mercer ... Keiji Maeda (voice) (as Matt Miller)
Patrick Seitz ... Motochika Chosokabe (voice)
Sam Riegel ... Motonari Mori / Yoritsuna Anegakoji (voice) (as Sam Regal)
Peter Beckman Peter Beckman ... Yoshihiro Shimazu / Narration (voice) (as Anthony Landor)
Laura Bailey ... Oichi (voice)
John Fitzgerald John Fitzgerald ... Nobunaga Oda (voice)
Tony Oliver ... Hideaki Kobayakawa / Kanetsugu Naoe (voice)

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While Matthew Mercer, who voices Keiji Maeda in the English dub, would not reprise his role for the anime adaptation of the games, he would Ishida Mitsunari in the anime's third season, Judge End, making him the only English cast member from the game to play a completely different role in the anime. See more »


Naked arms - English ver.
Performed by T.M. Revolution
Words by Akio Inoue
Music & Arrangement by Daisuke Asakura
Translation: JJ (Epic Records Japan Inc.)
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How does Sengoku Basara differ from actual history, and why?
7 February 2020 | by Quirky_analysisSee all my reviews

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Some were critical of Devil Kings due to the name changes, but it seems more deficient to have barely any narrative at all, just some one-liners that characters are programmed with, and despite being able to play everyone available in all the different domains, they barely make much difference in terms of changes to the script. This situation was improved somewhat in future games, but there is still a noticeable aspect of shallowness, and even when major characters go against each other, e.g. Ieyasu and Ishida, their programming only allows them a few novel lines, the rest being in common with the remaining characters.

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12 October 2010 (USA) See more »

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