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The 19th century Japan video game

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A few weeks ago Sony launched the video game Rise of the Remaknin, in which experts highlighted the historical position of the game. The game is located in Japan in the middle of the 19th century, near Yokohama, Edo and Kyoto.

Or it was the last years of the era, the bloody years Bakumatsu called. The last shoguero made concessions to allow Europeans to enter Japan hermetically. Many of the last Samuraians faced the shogun and fought for the expulsion of foreigners.

Game creators have chosen an era of "great dynamic change" to "offer players a sense of freedom and opportunity."

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