Let T.M. Revolution Sing You Through A Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes Trailer

By Ishaan . April 28, 2011 . 2:01am


In typical Sengoku Basara fashion, here’s a new trailer for Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes, featuring a song by T.M. Revolution. Chronicle Heroes includes warriors from the previous games for a total of 32 characters.


Chronicle Heroes has a new mode where you can battle other generals to expand your territory. Like Sengoku Basara: Battle Heroes, you can also have 2-on-2 local wireless battles with a friend. If you have a copy of that game, you’ll be able to import your save into Chronicle Heroes as well.


Sengoku Basara: Chronicle Heroes will ride to stores to steal the hearts of Japanese women on July 21st.

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  • Guest

    ok so they’re still using the Gundam VS engine. Hmm…

    I will say that despite that, the last PSP game was a bit more challenging for me then normal Basara games even with less enemies on the screen.

    • Kibbitz

      I consider it much, much harder than the extreme difficulties in Basara. At least in normal Basara, your loss is purely your own. In the VS game, I lost a lot because I wasn’t good at the offensive and my partner kept dying repeatedly before I could do much.

  • Shuryou

    Are you ready, guys!? Put the guns on!

  • Song is FLAGS the theme for the Sengoku Basara Movie The Last Party
    which is epic cannot wait for this game!

  • z_merquise

    But Ishaan, El Shaddai already stole lots of female Japanese gamers’ hearts. Can Sengoku Basara get it back?

    • Enoch has nothing on Ieyasu!

  • katamari

    Fujoshi aren’t the only ones who enjoy Sengoku Basara – at least last time I checked I was still male…

  • Klaus00

    Musashi spotted :DDD *is so happy now*

  • Can’t wait ( +_+)
    OYAKATASAMA!! Here I come!!

  • IceRomancer

    Kenshins playable? ahhh hell yeh!

  • Why oh why can’t @Capcom_Unity just go out of the way and promote #SengokuBasara as “exaggerated Japanese history lesson” elsewhere, like it does in Japan?

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