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Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation


11:00 PM on 04.06.2013
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Muramasa Rebirth, the Vita port of 2009's Muramasa: The Demon Blade for Wii, is more than just a simple up-res. As noted in Steven Hansen's recent preview, publisher Aksys Games has re-translated the game, resulting in a much more colorful script compared to the one Ignition provided in the Wii original.

Siliconera has snapped a few pics of identical scenes in both games for the sake of side-by-side comparisons. I have added a few pics to the gallery below, and you can visit Siliconera for the rest of the set. Take a gander and judge for yourself the stark improvement.

Muramasa Rebirth's New Translation Compared To Ignition's Wii Version [Siliconera]

Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation photo







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