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Lookit: 13 minutes of direct-feed Muramasa gameplay footage


1:00 AM on 07.26.2009
Lookit: 13 minutes of direct-feed Muramasa gameplay footage photo



If you like pretty things, the good folks over at G4 have posted a video showcasing a fairly hefty chunk of gameplay footage from Vanillaware's upcoming Wii title, Muramasa: The Demon Blade. It's a direct feed, so you'll get a look at what you'd actually be seeing on screen if you were the one playing it. I am not the one playing it, and that makes me sad.

Still, I'll take what I can get at the moment regarding this beautiful game. The video gives us a closer look at some of the gameplay details and finer points of Muramasa, with commentary from Ignition Entertainment's Development Director, Shane Bettenhausen.

I'm not sure how I feel about that whole breakable sword mechanic, but I'm willing to put up with a certain amount of abuse from something so gawww-juss. Vanillaware games are kind of like a girlfriend that way. See the lovely in action after the jump.

                 





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