Muramasa still looks unbelieveably badass - destructoid

Muramasa still looks unbelieveably badass

7:20 PM on 08.27.2009


Muramasa: The Demon Blade is a game many of us around the office are eagerly anticipating. I love Vanillaware games and everything I've read about this one has convinced me of my need to own it. You should probably need to own it too.

If you don't share my need, then this post is for you. Everybody else, you've already signed on so you can feel free to skip it (but you won't because you want the game and the trailer's as good as it's going to get for the moment).

Hidden deep within the recesses of this post are two gameplay trailers for Muramasa: The Demon Blade. I believe it will be a very good game. Go ahead and click. You know you want to.




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