Sengoku BASARA 2 Heroes (released in Japan as Sengoku Basara 2 Eiyuu Gaiden) is the expansion to Sengoku BASARA 2 for the PlayStation 2 and Wii, published by Capcom on 29 November 2007. Story Mode Much like Sengoku Basara 2’s story mode, players may select a character and follow his or her tale. However, unlike in Sengoku Basara 2, the player can only pick from three (newly playable) characters. The game’s narrative choices are Katakura Kojūrō, Azai Nagamasa, and Oichi. On the heroes, the third costume will be given to the player. In Gaiden Story Mode A new mode was introduced in Sengoku Basara 2 Heroes. Gaiden Story Mode is similar to Story Mode, but it lasts shorter because it has only three stages each time through.
There are only a few available characters in this mode. The Gaiden includes Fūma Kotarou, Maeda Keiji, Date Masamune, Sanada Yukimura, and Chosokabe Motochika. They may also unlock the third costume for each character by completing Conquest Mode. In Sengoku Basara 2, Conquest Mode was similar to previous games. It now has a unique (random) battle and can be played with two players instead of one. Finishing it will unlock the player’s second costume in the Free Battle Mode As seen in previous Sengoku Basara games, Free Battle Mode allows players to play any unlocked stage as any character. Stages from both Sengoku Basara 2 and Heroes can be played here if they are unlocked.
Tournament Mode, as seen in Sengoku Basara 2, is back, but with several modifications. There are now two types of tournament: the Grand Tournament and the Ultimate Grand Tournament. This mode, like Conquest Mode, can be played by two people and allows players to pick two characters. If a player’s character is knocked out, he or she can be resurrected by the other player in the coop or if it’s a single-player game, the other character will take his or her place and be revived in the next round. In each round, the creatures battled are distinct as well.
The roulette component that appears after each round is no longer shown. Players are still given the finest weapon and armor for the characters utilized in wins of 100 and 50 rounds, as well as the option to save every 10 rounds to preserve progress. Grand Tournament is a lot like Sengoku Basara 2’s Tournament Mode. Completing challenges while fighting through the tournament, earning gold and a rice ball, and completing all 60 of them gets you a title fan. The EXP earned by clearing the rounds is shared across the two characters utilized. Grand Tournament is, in essence, a modified version of Ultimate Grand Tournament. Instead of gaining experience for completing rounds, gold is given instead. There’s also a time limit that resets and builds up after each round is cleared; it should be noted that this is the only mode in which the AI may utilize Basara Attacks.