Although Muramasa wasn't my favorite Vanillaware game, it still had the signature style of the developer, and ultimately was an enjoyable experience. It looks like I'll be giving it one more shot this week on the Vita, in the form of the enhanced port Muramasa Rebirth, published by Aksys Games.
Rebirth will feature new scenarios, four new characters, and more extras, as well as beautiful visuals built for the Vita's OLED screen that are a major step up from the Wii original. Stay tuned for my review, as soon as I can get through the game.
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