Summary: As any Wii owner knows, good third-party games are very uncommon on the console, mainly because every company just throws in some uneeded motion controls and calls it a day. In this game, you don't use motion controls, because it doesn't need them! Which is a really good thing, and best of all, as motion controls are not in this game, you can play with a Gamecube controller! The 2D action is really fast and flashy, and there is were 2D sprites shine.
Summary: The Good and Bad Points are under the paragraph if you are looking for a quick review to read. Muramasa: The Demon Blade. This game is VERY unique and has some of the best artwork that will quickly remind you of Anime (Japanese Animation). There are two separate stories about two seperate individuals that actually intertwine and become relevant to both stories.
Summary: I purchased this game at a store because I had a few coupons to discount it (unfortunately, I ended up paying around 30 dollars for it at the time). I was attracted by the artwork before anything else. The entire game has lovely, lovely digital painted art. The backgrounds, people, animals, monsters, effects, just, everything, was drawn and colored so beautifully. Personally, graphics are very important to me.
Summary: I like this game because of the fast action and variety of weapons. However, I don't like that I need 1hr or more at a time to make meaningful progress. I don't have that kind of time very often, which means that I'm playing the same areas over and over again.
Summary: The art style of this game is jaw dropping, but the gamepaly is where the deal is made or broken for many. the game is varied and challenging, skill is rewarded and button mashing is punishable here. It requires patience and play around to learn all the tricks to fight well.