Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings 2TV, ep.12 (~24 min.), 2010
Japan's toughest warlords are on the move, leading massive armies against their rivals in a thrilling quest for total domination. Wielding insane weaponry and unleashing the elements to boost their already awesome power, these warrior generals roar into the fray atop turbo-charged stallions, slicing through the enemy with six blades at once.
They brandish explosive shotguns and swing swords the size of men. They crush the opposition with rolling battle fortresses and incinerate their foes with solar death rays. Hordes of ninja assassins and samurai fight to vanquish every adversary in their sight. As loyalties crumble and new alliances are forged in the scorching heat of battle, heroes become conquerors and conquerors become legends. This is war!
The deadly confrontation with the Devil King, Oda Nobunaga is over, but the struggle for supremacy continues in Warring Countries-era Japan, as the armies of Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin repeatedly engage battle at Kawanakajima.
Meanwhile, on the easternmost side of the battlefield, two outstanding characters bound by destiny—one clad in azure and the other in crimson—are about to clash in a long-awaited, decisive duel.
Then a sudden dispatch informs that a huge army has surrounded the forces of Takeda, Uesugi and Date at Kakanakajima. Their leader is Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the man who inherited Nobunaga's dreams and ambitions, and who is now going to bring havoc over Japan once again!
Related anime:Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings TV, 2009, Prequel
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings 2 TV, 2010, Sequel
Mini Sengoku Basara Two: Tsukiyo no Katakura-kun Bonus, 2010, Side story
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings - The Last Party Movie, 2011, Sequel
Sengoku Basara Ni: Ryuuko, Itadaki no Chikai! Atsuki Mirai e Kakeru Tamashii!! Bonus, 2011, Side Story
Sengoku Basara Two: Ryuko, Itadaki no Chikai! Atsuki Mirai e Kakeru Tamashii!! Special, 2011, Side story
Related manga:Sengoku Basara: Ranse Ranbu Manga, 2006, Adaptation
Sengoku Basara Manga, 2010, Adaptation