May 4, 2016
This sequel to the original Bow Master game brings the player to feudal Japan to hone their skills in the art of Kyudo – the way of the bow. Like all martial arts Archery needs a lot of practice, but there are a few tips that will help you get through.
Historically, Japanese archery has been shrouded in myth and legend, making it difficult to assemble a completely accurate account of its development. Still, by focusing on the similarities recorded in ancient chronicles, historians have managed to piece together a reliable picture of the historical development of kyudo. For clarity we have divided that development into five historical stages: Prehistoric (7,000 B.C to A.D. 330), Ancient (330-1192), Feudal (1192-1603), Transitional (1603-1912), and Modern (1912 to the present).