Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru fully details castle town

Do some field work, or give an offering to Ksitigarbha.

Koei Tecmo has updated the Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru official website with full details and new screenshots of the game’s castle feature, as well as a new

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■ Castle Town

Castle Town

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

You’ll get more castle towns as the story progresses, including Sanada Castle, Ueda Castle, and Osaka Castle. Furthermore, events will occur and new institutions will appear based on the town’s changes.

Raifukuji’s House

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

In Ueda Castle is the home of Sakyou Raifukuji. He collects conch shells as a hobby, and his entire home is filled with them. If you give him the conch shells you collect while playing the game, you’ll be able to unlock Warriors characters that don’t appear in the main story to use in Free Play from the Books Warehouse.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

By planting “seeds” in the field, crops will grow after a short amount of time. There is also a “ground-breaking” mini-game, and if you achieve a high score, your harvest will be abundant and you’ll grow even more vegetables and fruits. The fruits of your harvest will also increase in rank if you use rare seeds. Your harvest can be used for item synthesis and as gifts.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

You can offer your materials to the Ksitigarbha statue in town. After a short amount of time, a change will appear in the materials, and you can recover them by playing a mini-game. It’s rumored there’s something suspicious about the merchant always standing near Ksitigarbha.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

At the teahouse, you can summon other Musou characters to exchange conversation and gifts. By giving gifts, you’ll raise your favorability level with that character, and if you reach the max favorability level, you can take them out in the field with you. Each character has their own favorite food materials.

Rare Shop

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

The Osaka Castle town is lined up with various shops, including a shop that deals in rare things that you can only find there.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

Strengthen your weapons using weapon materials obtained during exploration. By handing over materials and money, you can attach skills to your weapons such as “attack strengthen” and “attack range” enhancements, as well as the series’ mainstay attributes (Blaze, Shock, Frost, etc.), and strengthen your weapon to a maximum level of 99. The types of skills you can attach increases as the story progresses.

General Shop

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

If you give the General Shop the materials you obtain by doing such things as fishing and field work, it may be possible to synthesize a secret medicine you can use in battle.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

At the stable you can purchase a horse to bring into battle. Depending on the town, you may be able to find rare horses.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

At the Dojo, it’s possible to learn new actions through practice. What you can practice increases as your level rises.


Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

At the Books Warehouse, you can play previous battles by reading the “Long-Term Battle Recollection,” as well as hear commentary on the military commanders and battles that appear in the game by reading the “Sanada Maru Military History.”

At the Treasure Warehouse, you can enjoy the music and events from the game, as well as check your long-term battles at a glance.

Fishing Spots

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

At fishing spots, you can fish. Depending on your bait, you may be able to catch a rare fish. The fish you catch can be used in item synthesis or given as gifts.

Private Houses

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

The castle town is lined up with a large number of private home. Unlike at night, the town is vibrant during the day.

■ Secondary Battlefield

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru

These are battlefields led by military commanders other than the House of Sanada. Play out a variety of battles that occur at the same time as battles in the main story, such as Ishida Kazushige and Otani Yoshitsugu’s western army versus the Tokugawa Ieyasu-led eastern army in the “Battle of Sekigahara,” which happened at the same time as the “Siege of Ueda.”

■ Other Military Commanders

The following other military commanders are set to appear:

  • Maeda Toshimasu
  • Oda Nobunaga
  • Akechi Mitsuhide
  • Ishikawa Goemon
  • Uesugi Kenshin
  • Izumo no Okuni
  • Suzuki Magoichi
  • Date Masamune
  • Nohime
  • Mori Ranmaru
  • Imagawa Yoshimoto
  • Shima Sakon
  • Shimazu Yoshihiro
  • Tachibana Ginchiyo
  • Naoe Kanetsugu
  • Nene
  • Fuma Kotaro
  • Miyamoto Musashi
  • Maeda Toshiie
  • Chosokabe Motochika
  • Hosokawa Gracia
  • Sasaki Kojiro
  • Shibata Katsuie
  • Kato Kiyomasa
  • Kuroda Yoshitaka
  • Tachibana Muneshige
  • Kaihime
  • Hojo Ujiyasu
  • Takenaka Shigeharu
  • Mori Motonari
  • Aya-Gozen
  • Fukushima Masanori
  • Ii Naotora
  • Yagyu Munenori
  • Matsunaga Hisahide
  • Katakura Kagetsuna
  • Uesugi Kagekatsu
  • Kobayakawa Takakage
  • Koshosho
  • Shimazu Toyohisa
  • Lady Hayakawa
  • Ii Naomasa

Samurai Warriors: Sanada Maru is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on November 23 in Japan. A western release is also planned in 2017.

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