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Sengoku Rance (download)
Without Mosaics, No voice
$34.95    MG point:174
On Sale:
Sep 19, 2019
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
4.7 out of 5 (27 reviews)
Please check System Requirements before check out.

This game’s protagonist. He’s a warrior by trade.

Blessed with incredible talent, Rance could probably become a world-saving hero... But instead of wasting time on world peace, he only cares about enjoying himself.

Rance loves women and has sex with every cute girl he can. When it comes to getting sex, this brute will do just about anything.
Sill Plain
A pitiful mage who Rance bought and puts to work on all manner of things. She cleans up after him, assists him on adventures, carries his things, sleeps with him at night, and anything else he makes her do.
Nobunaga Oda
The head of the Oda clan. Lacking in ambition, he hates war and tedious work. His predecessor made him learn how to fight, so he is technically strong, but Nobunaga’s hobby is cooking dango, and he often slacks off from his political duties to go run a tea house.
Nobunaga’s younger sister. She makes up for her brother’s lackadaisical attitude by staying on top of things. Kouhime even takes part in political work.

Nobunaga spreads the idea that she’s the hottest woman in Nippon all over the country, and word has even reached other Continents.
Nippon’s #1 kunoichi. Her talent is so great that she mastered most types of ninjutsu with little effort.

Suzume has assassinated over a hundred important figures, and not once has she failed a mission. She used to have rivals and enemies, but none of them could match her.

Everything is so easy for her that she tends to easily get bored and become dissatisfied.
Kenshin Uesugi
Nippon’s strongest sword-fighter, also known as the Goddess of War.

She always stands at the front of her army and runs like the wind straight into the enemy’s formation, but virtually nobody has been able to stop her.

Female commanders from all over Nippon come to the Uesugi clan out of their love of Kenshin.
Isoroku Yamamoto
A princess from a small clan that was destroyed by the Ashikaga clan. Her brother and the other remaining members of the Yamamoto clan are being held hostage by the Ashikaga clan, forcing her to work for them as a commander.
Ran Nanjou
The head of the Nanjou clan. Years back, in the test to decide the new lord of the Houjou clan’s territory, she lost to Souun Houjou by a large margin.

Ran is stubborn and hates losing, but she still loves Souun. (Souun and Ran are in a loving relationship with each other, but their personality problems keeps things a bit shaky there.)

Required CPU: Pentium 4
Required Memory: 1GB
Required Resolution: 800 x 600
Required Colors: Full Color
Sounds: WAVE, Direct Sound
Required HDD Free Space: 1GB
DirectX: 9.0c

Great Gameplay, Subpar CG's
I am personally huge fan of the Rance series and it was introduced to me by manga gamer. For those who have only played one Rance game just know that the gameplay is a bit different in every game and this is a big departure from any of the other ones I've played. Truthfully this might be the game that has the most depth in its gameplay and has a lot of replay value. As a strategy game it probably is even above average comparatively to many other ones that are not eroge related.

The game has a lot of depth and secret scenes. There are also good guides out for it if your into that as well. The core of the actual battles is mostly the same but there is a lot more that goes into it and characters that you capture actually have very unique abilities that really change the gameplay and available strategies up.

Overall it actually really is a good game and its apart of one of my fav series but I have a few big gripes with he game. One is that it is timed and I just generally don't like that. There is a good workaround to that though with the all new games after the first one offer you power-ups and such. One of them turning off the timer completely. I just hate that this game takes forever to play. Like I don't mind long games and maybe I'm just dumb but I will put a few hours into this game and get no where. You can turn the attack animations off which is nice though. However if you are the type to unlock all the CG's like me expect to put a lot of time into this game for sure. Notably I am kind of a novice at strategy games however as I haven't played many.

Now for my main gripe which is the real reason this is only getting 4 stars instead of 5 is that the CG's kinda suck plain and simple. No more no less go into this expecting an actual good game with kinda bad CG's. Like all the other Rance games on this site have fantastic on this site and are 10/10. This game is probably like a 4/10 or 5/10. I havn't seen he worst ever made by any means but I have played about 20+ eroge so I feel I have a good baseline at least.

Overall however I still recommend this game and it still a great addition to the Rance series. If you like strategy games or Rance games it's a definite buy if you ask me. If this is your first Rance game however I recommend you look at the others first before trying this one out.
Excellent game but not for me
I have to say, Sengoku Rance is everything people say it is. I am sad to say that it just isn't grabbing me, primarily because it feels much more like a turn-based strategy game than an RPG.

There's nothing wrong with a turn-based strategy game, but it's really overwhelming at first. There are so many things you can do each turn, and very few of them are explained in any detail. The intention, I think, is to learn by trying a bunch of different things out. The game will continue to progress as time goes by, so even if you choose less optimal paths, eventually you'll be forced to confront the key enemies that get revealed over time.

Prepare to get game over a lot at first, and to be confused by the many game mechanisms that aren't explained super carefully. I really felt overwhelmed on my first playthrough, and eventually quit and started over, putting to use what I'd learned on a new playthrough. This isn't a terrible idea, honestly. The game is really designed around replaying multiple times, and in fact it's impossible to unlock every CG and see every possible character and story element with a single play.

I guess I find myself really preferring the more RPG-like Rance games, where you explore a map, accept quests, grind for XP, etc. I'm not a huge strategy fan, even though I recognize that Sengoku Rance is well crafted and well balanced.

There are definitely some RPG elements in the game, and of course there is lots of the trademark Rance humor and wackiness. Rance definitely meets a lot of hot women and gets to know them better, as you'd expect.

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