Summary: To simply call " Murumasa Rebirth " a rehash borders on criminal. Yes, at its core Murumasa is the same game that hit the shelves in 2009, but it wasn't the beauty it was capable of being then. Rebirth is more a realization than a remake - a game that has finally lived up to its potential.
Summary: There’s no coincidence that the Vita has seen some truly stunning looking games released recently. Both Muramasa Rebirth and Dragons Crown have both come from Vanillaware, and they both push 2D art design and animation as far as you can imagine.
Summary: Love it or hate it, nearly all of us had a Nintendo Wii at some point in the past couple of years. Between your bouts of Wii Sports with your grandparents, and the inevitable trek through New Super Mario Bros. Wii, we all had other guilty pleasures found throughout its library.
Excerpt: Muramasa Rebirth is a port of the original 2008 Nintendo Wii game for the PlayStation Vita. Back then the game won accolades for its satisfying combat, intersecting dual narratives, and most of all for its fantastic hand drawn art direction.
Conclusion: "Don't be surprised if you find yourself stopping to admire something as simple as the wind brushing through a field." "Both the combat and the visuals are at their absolute best during the boss fights that close out each chapter." "..
Pros: Gorgeous visuals, Fast-paced 2D swordplay, Unique and rewarding boss battles
Cons: Retreading through empty environments, Both characters are essentially the same, When the combat gets old
Summary: Meow-velous Muramasa Rebirth is a fine upgrade to the original game, but there was one thing that didn't sit right with me. For whatever reason, someone decided to take the only new content that was created for the game (four new characters with original stories), and sell it as DLC rather than an...
Excerpt: This would look so much better in HD. It was a thought that often crossed my mind when playing 2009's Wii title, Muramasa: The Demon Blade . So when given the chance to play Vanillaware's stunningly beautiful side-scrolling action RPG on the Playstation Vita's sexy screen, how could I say no?