Posted by Andrew Hayward January 11, 2013

Long-in-the-works downloadable strategy game Skulls of the Shogun will be released on January 30, developer 17-BIT announced this week, and it's launching exclusively on Microsoft platforms large and small.

The cartoonish turn-based strategy game is coming to Xbox Live Arcade on Xbox 360, Windows 8, Surface tablets, and Windows Phone devices. In addition to a lengthy single-player campaign, the game includes both local and online four-player skirmishes, plus the "Skulls Anywhere" mode allows cross-platform, asynchronous multiplayer between all versions of the game.

The Xbox Live Arcade version is priced at 1200 Microsoft Points ($15), while price points for the other versions have yet to be revealed. Check out the release date trailer below for a look at Skulls of the Shogun's distinct aesthetic.


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