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Sengoku Basara: Battle Party Smartphone Game Will Be Closing Its Doors in December

The official website of Sengoku Basara: Battle Party which is the first smartphone game in CAPCOM’s Sengoku Basara franchise, announced on twenty one October, Wednesday that the game is closing down on twenty first December due to the changes which are happening in the external environment that is coronavirus. The game was released for both iOS and android devices in the last year that is 2019 in the month of June.

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The producer of the franchise is Hiroyuki Kobayushi who is a forty eight year old video game producer. He is also an anime TV series producer and supervisor and is emplyed by Capcom only. At first within some years the game gained a lot of popularity in Japan and was very much played by the fans.

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The Sengoku Basara franchise by CAPCOM has inspired various anime series which are aired on TV, an anime movie, a live-action series with a compilation of two films and has also inspired several stage plays. Two years ago, that is in 2018 in the month of October a TV anime adaptation of Gauen Basara, which is a high school spinoff project based on the game franchise.

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Sengoku Basara is a series of video games which were developed and also published by CAPCOM which is a Japanese video game developer and publisher. The series of video games is mainly known for coming up with action, hack and slash and fighting game genres. A trading card game has also been inspired by the same.

The producer of the game is also known as a programmer for Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 which came out on 1996 and 1998, that is within two years. Twenty years ago the Dino crisis 2 was also released and Hiroyuki produced that as well, and for the first part he was a planner.

 

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