Prepare to embark on an epic journey through mystical ancient Japan in Muramasa: The Demon Blade, an ambitious new adventure designed exclusively for the Nintendo Wii.
Set during the feudal Genroku era, this game features two distinct heroes - Kisuke, a brave young lad who's lost his memory, and Momohime, a lithe female ronin possessed by a dark spirit. Kisuke and Momohime must independently venture acorss the dangerous countryside, racing to collect a stash of cursed swords before the vile Shogun can amass their dark powers.
Watch as the destinies of those drawn to these legendary blades unfold, as Dragon and Demon Gods from the netherworld appear to challenge those who wield them.
Who will you encounter? Friend or foe? Find out in Muramasa: The Demon Blade.
When Muramasa was unveiled I was immediately attracted to how the gameplay and graphics looked. However I was also concerned that the story might be thinner than rice paper and that the gameplay could get somewhat stale, since there was nothing but slashing throughout the...read full review
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