Anthony and myself hit the show floor today, and we went -- as the kids say -- positively buck wild. We hit the sizable Nintendo booth first, forcing our hands onto every controller in the immediate area and playing whatever game they happened to be attached to.
Being reasonably big fans of Vanillaware, Anthony and I were excited to try out Muramasa: The Demon Blade. Two protagonists were available of differing sexes. Obviously, I played through the demo as the woman.
Hit the jump for our impressions of the game, delivered in a slightly different format than what you may be used to.
Anthony: So, we just played Muramasa: The Demon Blade.
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