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  • New screenshots for the upcoming PC title Shogun 2: Total War were released by SEGA today.

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  • As we remember from the previous episode, another New Gen murder has happened and Takumi got a link to a video taken from the scene by the perpetrator, whom he identifies as Shogun - the wheelchair riding horror from his delusions.

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  • If you're a betting man, I'm going Franklin - "Shogun" - Davis-Palhares.

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  • Maybe if they got the badass sounding dude to redub Shogun 2, it would have been better though.

    Dart’s Rant Of The Day: The new Akira dub Vs. the original one

  • There, concluded the Shogun, that is what happens to people who do not practise moderation.

    Common Sense, How to Exercise It

  • Next below the Shogun were the Daimios, the feudal or military chiefs; these in turn being the rulers of bands of military retainers which constituted the aristocratic class, and were called the Samurai.

    A Short History of Russia

  • _Yoritomo_, the victor, was known as the Shogun after 1192.

    Outline of Universal History

  • He got the nickname when he was 16 and training jiu-jitsu in a brand of gi called Shogun.

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  • In this 17th Century Japan the Shogun is a woman ... and the harem is full of men.

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  • Some of our younger readers may not remember the Total War game that started it all but, back in 2000, Creative Assembly released its first RTS in the series entitled Shogun: Total

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