The mist makes it very atmospheric and, and, well, Japanese
Great - latest Clausewitz engine maps are getting better and better.
I would add some shading to settlement models or tone down their textures perhaps.
Note the field textures at the bottom right of the last shot - new and very well done.
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The interface looks very much like the one used in CK2. Are those placeholders or are they permanent?
It's very nice and the map looks stunning
It looks beautiful.
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Looks good. I hope that CK2 will look so good like this.
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Interesting - Nobufusa is only Hatamoto, not Daimyo. Unless my understanding of Japanese history is completely off, a Hatamoto was usually a subordinate officer to a Daimyo, right? So, I assume that CK2's multi-level titles will be in? (i.e. Daimyo = Duke, Hatamoto = Count)
(Man, this is getting closer to Sword of the Samurai every minute. Really, really interesting.)
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Don't know if there was such a samurai. If he is a generic one then it is great that his name sounds natural to Japanese ear, which was rare in the past Paradox games. In EU2 there was a general called Kagemusha...
I however prefer Chuzenji Nobufusa to Nobufusa of Chuzenji, again this sounds more natural. Also, I am not sure the rank Hatamoto was widely used at that time.
By the way, will there be any foreign samurais? Ones like English Miura Anjin(William Adams), Dutch Ya Yousu(Jan Joosten van Lodensteijn), African Yasuke(ex-Portuguese slave), or maybe a Swedish samurai called Ando Yohan?
Yeye the screens are great, but will we be able to play as they mighty macaques?!
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