Vanillaware's Muramasa: The Demon Blade is almost here, and we've already seen enough footage from the game to get a lot of us ready to crack open our wallets for it. But as Spencer over at Siliconera notes, one thing we haven't seen yet is the game's onsen scenes.
Onsen, or Japanese hot springs, act as inns traditionally would in the game. You can stop in for a breather to restore your sword energy and health, and upon doing so you might run into a few of the game's other characters. Among them is Kongiku, who can be seen in the above video with her ... flotation devices. You're welcome.
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