Muramasa: The Demon Blade

Vanillaware is a personal favorite developer of mine, thanks lớn their consistently qualitative output of addictingly fulfilling titles. While I am not what I would consider a hardcore tín đồ of their work, I have sầu greatly enjoyed most of the games they have sầu developed, such as Gryên Grimoire, Odin Sphere, and most recently, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. One title of theirs that to lớn this day has left a starkly monumental impression on me, though, is Muramasa Rebirth.

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All of this is lớn say that Muramasa Rebirth deserves a port to lớn modern platforms because, as I have neglected to lớn mention, this game is only available on the PS Vita. For as much as I love the handheld, not only vị I desire khổng lồ see this game enhanced to lớn its full potential on larger resolutions, but the fear of the PS Vita store shutting down at some point in the future is still ringing in the baông chồng of my mind.

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Though the store’s closure was held off for now, who’s to say that Sony won’t attempt this cessation in the future?

Muramasa Rebirth isn’t a masterpiece, nor is it even my favorite Vanillaware title; Odin Sphere Leifthrasir boasts that mantle though Muramasa is a real cđại bại second. Still, I believe sầu a substantial crowd would derive enjoyment from this game, và having it readily available on PC would be awesome.


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Orpheus Joshua

Random người chơi equally confused by the mainstream và the unusual. Fan of JRPGs, kích hoạt, Platformers, Rhythm, và Adventure titles.