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Da Vinci Bang Samurai Sword Card Game

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  • For 3-7 players
  • Fun card game
  • Takes 20-40 minutes to play
  • Lots of replay value
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 9 x 3 inches ; 13.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00AF81YYS
  • Item model number: dvg 9131
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,355 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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In the land of the Rising Sun, faithful Samurai protect the Shogun. Now, a lone Ronin is plotting his revenge. Will you honor the way of the warrior? Put down your Colts and take up your katanas in Samurai Sword, the latest addition to the Bang! family of card games!

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In the land of the Rising Sun, faithful Samurai protect the Shogun. Now, a lone Ronin is plotting his revenge. Will you honor the way of the warrior? Put down your Colts and take up your katanas in Samurai Sword, the latest addition to the Bang! family of card games!

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Customer Reviews

Better game mechanics than Bang.
SaveTheTrees!
The Ronin doubles or triples his score depending on how many players are playing, making it easier for him to win than in Bang!
RBGolbat
This game is really fun but it is best if you have more than 3 players.
Lyle Carbutt

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By RBGolbat on January 16, 2013
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My friends and I have become avid players of Bang!, and when we heard that Samurai Sword was getting made, we knew that it was going to be an instant buy. If you have played Bang! before, than many of the rules will be very similar, multiple characters with different abilities, secret roles, and "Bang!" and "Missed!" (in this game instead just being regular weapon cards and "Parry"). However, there are a number of additions to the game that help to make this feel like a full game and Bang! just feel like a beta.

:The biggest addition is "Honor Points". The Shogun (Sheriff) and Samurai (Vice) are united in a team against the Ninjas (Outlaws) and Ronin (Renegade, sorta...). The game ends when a player has lost all their honor points, which happens either through being killed (when you give one to your killer), or when the discard pile gets shuffled back into the deck (everyone loses one honor point, giving the game a time limit). At this point, you count up all the points your team has and whichever team has the most at the end wins. (The Ronin doubles or triples his score depending on how many players are playing, making it easier for him to win than in Bang!)

:Characters are never eliminated from the game. Instead, if you have lost all your life, all that happens is you lose one honor point and you reenter the game with all your health next turn. This helps to keep everyone interested and no one has to sit out waiting for the game to end if they are killed turn 1.

:Instead of "Bang!" cards, each weapon card has it's own range (called Difficulty) and strength (amount of damage).

:Players who have no cards in their hand are considered "Harmless" and are unable to be targeted by cards that would damage them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon.Buyer on December 16, 2013
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From the creators of Bang (the spaghetti western themed game) come this which is Samurai and ninja themed.

In the same style of bang you have one Shogun (the sherrif) who is protected by the hidden samurai(deputies), attacked by the hidden ninja (outlaws) and the hidden loner ronin (renegade).

It plays in a very similar way as bang but in this version they have eliminated the..elimination. Which is great because even if bang was short, it could last up to 30+ minutes with someone being eliminated very early left watching. Here if you are killed you lose an honour point to the person who killed you, but at your turn you get to recover so you are back in the game. When a player loses all honour points the game is over. So no more sitting around watching others till the game is over which was my biggest grief with Bang.

Similar weapon cards but instead of range they state difficulty at which you can hit, armor cards that increase the difficulty for others to hit you, cards that make you draw more cards, etc. Very similar but improved in my opinion.

I prefer this to bang.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SomeGuy on August 24, 2014
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I bought this game because of the apparent similarities to Bang! (my family really enjoys playing Bang!).

The construction quality of this game is great. The box itself is quite sturdy and will be able to take a beating (for example: repeatedly pulling it off the game shelf, bringing it on vacation, etc.). The cards are also strong and the artwork is appealing. The resilience (hearts) and honor (star flower) chips are cardboard cutouts and are probably the weakest piece of construction in the game. We actually had a few minor tears in the chips while popping them out of the larger piece of cardboard they are packed in. These chips are not handled enough during the game to cause worry for further damage, but it is still one of my lone gripes with the game.

The instruction manual is easy to read and understand. If you are completely new to this type of game, then it will only take a few turns before everyone has a strong grasp of it. If you are familiar with Bang!, then you should be able to jump in easily (although there are some major differences between the two games).

Many other excellent reviews for this game explain in much better terms than I ever could the differences between Samurai Sword and Bang!, so i will keep this short. The main difference being, Samurai Sword ends when the first player is knocked out. This eliminates the awful experience of sitting around and watching while everyone is having fun for players who are eliminated early in Bang!.
For this reason, my family will continue to play Samurai Sword while Bang! will collect dust on the shelf.

I highly recommend you pick this game up, you will not regret it.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Josh D. on July 8, 2013
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Whether you consider it an improvement upon Bang! or just a spin-off of it, you'll enjoy this game if you enjoy the mechanics and gameplay of Bang! or other similar, hidden-identity card games. I can say that I enjoy it equally as much as Bang! and that it offers a few new features:

- Nobody is ever eliminated from the game. It uses an honor-based system where everyone starts with 4 (except the Shogun who gets 5) and everytime you would normally "die" you lose an honor point instead. As soon as someone is out of honor, the game ends and you tally points.
- It is not an instant-win game. It relies on points at the end—not eliminating opposing players.
- There are no "bang" cards. To attack, you must use a weapon card.
- It accommodates between 3-7 players (although in my opinion, 4-player games don't work well because it is quite obviously 2 vs 2 and it is plain to see what people's objectives are).

I think it's worth picking up, and while it is a nicely contained game on its own, expansions never hurt!
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