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Black & White Bushido Interview

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Black & White Bushido Interview with Ben Powell-Jones & Co.

Black & White Bushido is an arena fighting game between light and shadow samurai. Battle for control of the light or the dark in multiple arenas, hiding from your foes and striking when they least expect it.

Battle against computer controlled opponents, or fight your friends in frantic four player local multiplayer. Dominate the battlefield in Capture the Flag, or crush your enemies in Team Deathmatch.

About Endemol Shine UK

Endemol Shine UK is one of Britain's largest independent production companies and is behind some of TV's biggest hits.

Their diverse range of hits includes Big Brother, Black Mirror, Broadchurch, Grantchester, MasterChef, One Born Every Minute, Peaky Blinders, Pointless, Sunday Brunch, The Fall, The Island, Vicious, 8 out of 10 Cats and many more. Labels within the UK Group include Artists Studio, Bandit Television, Brown Eyed Boy, Cave Bear Productions, DSP, Dragonfly, Fifty Fathoms, House of Tomorrow, Initial, Kudos, Princess Productions, Remarkable Television, Shine North, Shine TV, Tiger Aspect, Tigress and Zeppotron.

The UK group is part of Endemol Shine Group - the world's largest independent production company with a global network of around 150 companies in over 30 countries.

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