The four-volume manga series made was translated by UDON Entertainment in 2012 into a two-volume series called Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Legends for release in North America. The manga acts as a prequel to the next game in the series, Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes.
- Ieyasu Tokugawa
- Kenshin Uesugi
- Masamune Date
- Matsu Maeda
- Mitsuhide Akechi
- Ranmaru Mori
- Sasuke Sarutobi
- Shingen Takeda
- Tadakatsu Honda
- Toshiie Maeda
- Yukimura Sanada
- Motochika Chosokabe - (previously non-playable)
- Motonari Mori - (previously non-playable)
- Ujimasa Hōjō - (non-playable)
- Yoshihiro Shimazu - (previously non-playable)
- Yoshimoto Imagawa - (previously non-playable)
- Hanbei Takenaka
- Hideyoshi Toyotomi
- Keiji Maeda
- Musashi Miyamoto
- Kojūrō Katakura - (non-playable)
- Kotaro Fuma - (non-playable)
- Kennyo Honganji - (non-playable)
- Nagamasa Azai - (non-playable)
- Oichi - (non-playable)
In the first game, new weapons were only obtainable from treasure boxes. Now, they are unlocked for purchase in the BASARA shop after attaining a particular level or meeting certain conditions with the character. Beating Unification Mode with a character will unlock that character's alternate costume.
Sengoku BASARA 2: Heroes Edit
Sengoku BASARA 2: Heroes (Sengoku BASARA 2: Eiyuu Gaiden) is the Japan-only revision of Sengoku BASARA 2. All non-playable characters from Sengoku BASARA 2 (including Ujimasa) are now playable. Matsunaga Hisahide, a new non-playable character, makes his debut. There are also new alternate costumes available, as well as items, stage levels, weapons and equipment.
Kojūrō, Oichi and Nagamasa now have Story Modes, complete with animated Prologue and Epilogue movies.
Motochika, Keiji, Masamune, Yukimura and Kotaro have Side Story (Gaiden) Modes, complete with animated Prologue and Epilogue movies.