Capcom's Sengoku Basara is popular in Japan. So popular that it has its own theme park attraction at the base of Mount Fuji. How many games can say that?
Spawning a series of successful sequels, a stage play and an anime, Sengoku Basara has captured the imagination of many young female gamers. To mark the franchise's fifth anniversary, Fuji-Q Highland theme park is opening a Sengoku Basara attraction.
Visitors are dealt a card of one of the Sengoku heroes. Visitors then go through the attraction and search for various slots to insert the card.
Doing so, enabled players to get "armor" or "weapons" printed on the cards.
Some of the slots, however, do not provide anything.
There is a time limit to make everything that much more exciting!
After sticking the card into slots and collecting enough armour, players then make their way to the next floor and fight Nobunaga.
And this lady defeated Oda Nobunaga, one of Japanese history's most famous lords and a character in the Basara series. With a plastic sword.
富 士急ハイランドの新アトラクション「合戦 戦国BASARA」をやってみた [GAME Watch]