Muramasa Rebirth Screenshots Galore

Monday, March 25th, 2013

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Muramasa Rebirth

Evil dragon? Or just one desperately in need of some breath mints?

Muramasa Rebirth is one of those games that one can appreciate just by looking at screenshots for it. In that spirit, Marvelous AQL, the game’s publisher in Japan, has dispensed oodles of screenshots for everyone to drool over. We’ve posted those images down below.

Muramasa Rebirth is a port of Muramasa: The Demon Blade originally released in 2009 for the Wii. This 2D brawler takes place in Genroku era of Japan, basically a time when samurai and ninjas were still prevalent. It tells the story of two disparate characters as they fight their way through Japan for power. Each will face men of skill with the blade and mystic powers as well as monsters and demons.

Aksys Games will publish Muramasa Rebirth in North America at an unannounced date.

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  • shinpichu

    Damn. This, Dragon’s Crown, and that Ys 4 remake may force me to get a Vita.

  • Gregory Edcius

    played it already on wii a good game but not worth to repurchase

  • The revised localization is a reason alone to repurchase this game. But alas I do not own a Vita. One day.