Excerpt: The year is 1998, and PlayStation owners are introduced to Brave Fencer Musashi, a fast paced action platformer. The wild haired, diminutive dual sword-wielding samurai managed to stand out from the other mascot driven titles thanks to his special abilities.
Excerpt: One of Square Enix’s biggest surprises as of late was the announcement of Musashi: Samurai Legend at E3 last year. The sequel to the Playstation action/RPG Brave Fenser Musashi , this new adventure promises vast improvements over the original, so fans should keep their eyes open.
Excerpt: E3, by its very nature, is often a place filled with surprises. When game developers get together to show off all the new products they've been working on during the course of the past year, there are bound to be things that never blipped on the gaming public's radar.
Excerpt: According to ESRB , this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence Parents will undoubtedly notice that this game has earned a Teen rating for blood and gore, but I have to wonder if the ratings board played the same game I did. Yes, there is some blood, but it's not really human blood.
Excerpt: Musashi is back in Musashi: Samurai Legend . This new game in the Musashi series has seen a variety of improvements, from the manga shaded graphics to the ability to pick things up. It’s far from perfect, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth playing. Still interested?
Excerpt: It’s been six years in the making, but Musashi finally has a sequel. The original game (which we jokingly refer to as the free game that came with the Final Fantasy VIII demo) gained cult status alongside other games like Einhander that were released by Squaresoft (as they were known then) in the...