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Vita Muramasa port will support new DLC


7:00 AM on 09.26.2012
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That Oboro Muramasa port announced last week for the PlayStation Vita at Tokyo Game Show isn't going to be a straight-across port. The early word is that this week's issue of Famitsu is set to reveal details on brand new downloadable content, according to a translation by Gematsu.

All we know so far is the name of this DLC: "Mysterious Legend of the Genroku Era."

We'll have to stay tuned for more details, but let's hope that this will be free DLC. While more Muramasa content will always be a good thing, buying this game again would be much easier knowing that the new content is included in the price.






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