"Sengoku is basically the strategic part of Shogun 2: Total War ramped up to 11.
“Priced at $29.95, Sengoku offers a quality, and unique, gaming experience for players looking to take up their katana and fight with honor and courage… or take up their quill and plot with skillful deceit.”
“...this is one of those great strategy games where you can start playing at night, and then look over to the window to find daylight streaming in.”
“Sengoku is in every aspect a wonderful simulation of its time, and a historical marvel for strategists.”
“... a good game that is recommended for strategy lovers and history buffs and can offer a nice alternative take on Medieval Japan for any fans of Total War: Shogun 2.”
“if you have an interest in Grand Strategy and medieval Japan then this absolutely needs to be on your list”
”Fans of Paradox’s other RTS games will likely feel at home with this one…”
"There are hours of entertainment to be had in Sengoku, and with the game developing differently depending on your actions, there is certainly a lot of replay value to enjoy."
“…Sengoku, if anything, is most notable at creating outstanding stories to tell of your ascent to Shogun.”
“If, <sic> you enjoy a more cerebral experience that favors long-term planning over impulsive decision making, then Sengoku’s absurdly deep diplomatic system will likely be right up your alley.”