Once in a while these Napoleonic skirmishes are interrupted by action-oriented mini-games, such as "move the cursor over an enemy archer, then move it over another enemy archer" and "press the L button really fast." If you mash the buttons with skill and righteousness the territory will be won, and Kenshin (seriously, choose Kenshin) moves one step closer to Japanese domination.
|Description||It may well be an excellent example of "Real Time Conflict," but as a strategy game Shogun Empires couldn't be much worse.|
|US censor rating||Teen|
|Release date||21 November 2005 (US), 21 November 2005 (UK)|