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Muramasa Rebirth - PlayStation Vita

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  • Redesigned for the PlayStation Vita, Muramasa takes this award winning game to new levels with HD graphics and more!
  • Two Stories - Follow Momohime, a princess possessed by the evil spirit and journey west, battle demons and much more! Kisuke, a ninja who has lost his memory, and travel east in search of the demon blades.
  • HD Graphics - Using hand-drawn graphics and Japanese artistic styling, Muramasa Rebirth creates a colorfully painted world on your PS Vita screen!
  • 108 Blades - Search and forge new deadly weapons and build an inventory of up to 108 blades. Each blade has a unique special ability. Equip yourself with these deadly blades and become more powerful as your foes close in on you!
  • Additional Characters - Play in four additional scenarios as different characters!

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Enter the visually powerful and colorful world of Muramasa! Face deadly enemies as they follow your every step. Become Momohime, a woman possessed by the evil spirit or Kisuke, a ninja who has lost his memory as they journey through ancient Japan fighting samurai, ninja, monsters and evil spirits!

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In a land of myth and legend, a tale of two souls and 108 deadly blades begins. Muramasa Rebirth, the follow-up to Murasama: The Demon Blade, comes vividly to life on the PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system with redesigned high-res graphics, enhanced controls, and available downloadable scenarios.

Journey east as the amnesiac ninja Kisuke in search of the legendary demon blades. Or travel west as Momohime, a princess possessed by a vengeful spirit, as you hunt for the same weapons. With 108 powerful blades, each with a special deadly attack, fend off enemies big and small in this exciting action-RPG specially redesigned for the PS Vita.

Muramasa Rebirth Key Features

High Res Graphics

The stunning 2-D artwork comes to life in OLED-ready graphics. See the vibrant colors and detailed art as they should be seen on the PS Vita.

Available Downloadable Scenarios

Four additional characters and scenarios will be available to download, each featuring a new story line, new characters, and new enemies.

Two Modes of Play

Whether you enjoy hack/slash type play or prefer to use your character’s special abilities in a controlled manner, Muramasa Rebirth offers two modes of play to satisfy every player’s needs.

Remap Buttons

If you don’t like the original default buttons, customize the buttons to make the gameplay truly yours.


Product Information

Style:Normal Edition
Release date June 25, 2013
Customer Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars 166 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,671 in videogames
#24 in Video Games > PlayStation Vita > Games
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Product Dimensions 4.1 x 0.5 x 5.9 inches
Media: Video Game
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By J. E. Lin on June 25, 2013
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This is a direct port from the 2009 Wii version, but with HD. So if you played the original, don't expect too much difference here. To new comers, the 18 century Japanese hand-drawing art is nothing but stunning to look at, especially on the 5 inch OLED screen it's simply gorgeous. Prepare for an art feast. The environments have a good variety. There are snowy mountain, hot springs, forest, city, heaven and hell etc.

The translation has been redone and improved quite a lot. The Wii version's subtitle is so poor that if you don't know Japanese and read the subtitle, you don't really get the story. Details such as "無双" is easy mode but they just put it by its pronunciation "muso" which makes no sense in English, the Vita version put it as "legend", I appreciate the effort. The story itself, while is nothing comparing to The last of us etc., it's not bad by any means, giving it's an action game. (yes I'm talking to you, non-sense ninja gaiden stories). There are 2 character travelling on opposite directions, each have totally different story, and each story have 3 endings. I'll give more info on gameplay section below.

The music is pretty good, I particularly enjoy they kinda blend traditional Japanese instruments into the soundtracks. However there are only a handful soundtracks so you will hear them again and again. The sound effects are pretty good too such as the sound you cut through those ninjas' fresh, very enjoyable. The only complain is you can't adjust the volume separately. I think the background music is way too loud, there's no way to turn it down, or turn up the sound effects. Btw the dialogues are 100% voiced over, in Japanese though. They are actually pretty well-done, given that you understand what they are saying, lol.
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This game was wonderful for the Wii, but they updated the controls for the VITA very well. The new localization (translation) of the story is making it easier to understand it than previously on the Wii. Even the sword names are english this time.

I would recommend this game to anyone who loves a long adventure since there are at least 3 endings to both characters. And to achieve the final one, you must play through the entire map 3 times at minimum. But there is plenty of time to grind if you want to get your full play out of this! Also with being the collectors edition, the extra items are just wonderful for any collector!

A must for the VITA player!
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Yes indeed, Vanillaware is one of the most talented developers working in the video game industry today. I really cannot think of a single VW game that wasn't filled to the brim with inspiration and refinement. Muramasa: The Demon Blade was originally released as a game for the Nintendo Wii. However, it had originally been built for HD in mind, with work done to lower the resolution to release it onto the SD Wii. It was an incredible game on the Wii, one of its most memorable third-party games, in fact. Now though, it gets to truly shine on Sony's lovely handheld Vita. This game is just as spectacular as it was when it first released a few years ago, and in several important ways, it's better than ever.

Before discussing any of the main aspects of the game, it's worth noting that this game is one of the most Japanese games you will ever play. What I mean by that is everything -the visuals, the music, the story and characters, the gameplay, etc.- is deeply influenced by Japanese history, culture, and folklore. For my money, this is beautiful thing. I love Japanese culture, and this game is a treasure trove that delves deeply into that. It delivers a deeply original, unique game and stands out among the increasingly homogenized gaming market we've become accustomed to here in the West.

As is the case with prior VW games, the story in Muramasa is a very character-driven affair. You get to play as one of two characters. There's Momohime (literally meaning "Peach Princess" in Japanese. That's brilliant.), a beautiful princess whose body has been taken over by a vengeful master swordsman named Jinkuro.
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The game itself is alright, but it really isn't as great as some reviewers have made it out to be. There's plenty to do and there's some Metroidvania style backtracking in order to clear areas you weren't allowed into your first time through a given stage. You get to play as two different characters, but they are practically identical except that one starts with two short swords and one long sword while the other starts with two long swords and one short sword (long swords are more powerful than short swords but are MUCH slower to wield). The two characters do play through the game's stages in different orders and access different areas of said stages, but if you play the game long enough there isn't anything you can do with one character that you can't do with the other. In other words, Vanillaware (Muramasa's developer) really just came up with a way to make you play through everything the game has to offer at least twice and the game's final stage a total of 6 times (if you want to see all of the endings).

Personally, I'm glad I bought it because it ended up being a great way to kill time in a hospital waiting room, and I think it's best used for a purpose like that...just something to keep you occupied. You do level up, and while your stats improve each time you level up, you never really feel stronger or better suited to handle your surroundings. You can unlock or buy items that improve your stats, and it's satisfying to get your hands on a new accessory (as the game calls it) for your character...especially if you had to clear out a Den of Evil (basically a challenge room) to get it. The most satisfying part of the game, though, comes from unlocking new swords.

Each sword has a special attack with a limited (but regenerating) number of uses.
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