What does a game set in Japan have to do with China? Do note that just because they are both in Asia doesn't mean that the cultures or fighting styles are similiar.
"Asia" as a continental term includes far more than just China and Japan, I know that and would happily list the various cultures encompassed within, I said China/Japan due to them seeming to show a similar height into gaming at relatively the same pace ... sorry if by Saying "China/japenese" I accidentally insinuated they were the same ... I know they clearly arn't ... but I think not enough market attention falls in Europe and historical events in Europe that get missed by a long shot, as I said earlier I'm yet to see a game looking at the Habsburg-Valois wars, the wars the ultimately decided the outcome of the HRE, Spain, Italy, Burgundy, Poland, Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, Austria, The Papal States ... so many variety of countries that took part in fighting ... but seems to be ignored within gaming atm.
Its a really nice chunk of European history much like the WotR ... just would be nice to see it in a game somewhere.
PErsonally I own all of the DLC for shogun2 and only really played the campaigns until I had collected all the units and the campaign outcome was obvious. I simply cannot be drawn for some reason to like
Shogun2's time period. I think personally it had something to do with the very clone like troops. Not much variety at all. All sides access to pretty much the same units. No real flavour. The game is very well done but the troop types and tech very bland.
On the other hand Napoleon total war and medieval2, rome total war and empire I finished campaigns on.