Commenting On: Zeke’s Board Game Revue – Shogi

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  1. Gregory Vendramini says:

    Ave, Zeke!

    Great article. I though Shogi was much harder and complex, but knowing how to play Chess is a huge advantage. The main adversity to me are the kanji identifying each piece, but with time and practice, I’m sure we all can learn them.

    On the other hand, I’d like to know if you have plans to review Go and Hanafuda, the most traditional japanese games along with Shogi.

    Thanks for the read, and see ya!

    1. Zeke says:

      Glad you enjoyed the read! While doing research for this article, I actually saw training Shogi pieces that display a piece’s movement patterns as well as the kanji, I’m sure those would be a great help when learning the game!

      As far as further articles, yes! I’m planning on looking at both Go and Hanafuda (Hanafuda is the card game I had in mind 🙂 ). I’ve played a digital Hanafuda and I actually own a Go set, so maybe we’ll see some game play samples next time!

      Thanks for having a look!