Muramasa: The Demon Blade Vita Screenshots Bring Back Fond Memories

By Ishaan . November 2, 2012 . 10:10am

Marvelous AQL have updated their official website for the PlayStation Vita version of Muramasa: The Demon Blade with some low resolution screenshots of the game. You can take a look at these below.


As previously detailed, Muramasa: The Demon Blade on Vita will have four new short scenarios to play through as DLC. These will have four new protagonists and will include voice-acting as well.


Muramasa: The Demon Blade is slated for release on March 28th, 2013 in Japan and will cost 4,980 yen.


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  • eilegz

    i really enjoyed this game on the wii its one of those few games that dont look jaggie or crappy on a HDTV it even looks better than most nintendo 2d games.

    hopefully a psn release for ps3 1080p or a sequel would be better

  • caleb1993

    The game still looks gorgeous. Hopefully it will be localized, but if it isn’t then I need to run out and buy a copy of the Wii version ASAP. 

  • XypherCode

    Fond memories indeed :)

  • XiaomuArisu

    Urge to replay it rising…

  • Roubjon

    Re-releasing a game years after it came out and then selling the new content as DLC is pretty lame.  But oh well, I never got to play this on Wii, so I’m going to buy this regardless.

  • ZEROthefirst

    I hope this gets localized in the future, I can play this game for hours. Depending on how much the DLC add-ons cost I might just skip them.

  • DarthSithZero

    Sometimes I don’t understand why the put a long date to release it when the game looks almost finished or halfway

    • AkuLord3

       Well there’s way more to it and this is just stuff from the original game but not the added stuff for the Vita version

    • Locklear93

      Having “finished” looking screenshots or even video doesn’t mean a game is even close to done.  For all we know, right now, the game is still crashing every 5 minutes and has months of code work ahead to make it stable on the Vita.  Stable on one platform doesn’t mean the other won’t need a ton of work.

  • AkuLord3

    Already wanted the game very much but until this gets localized (or just import) I’ll just get a Wii/U and get that version…cuz i really want to play this game ITS SOOO GEWD~

  • Nicky Tetlow

    I can’t see this selling in the west. It was already a niche game on the Wii and being re-released on a console with a small user base doesn’t help.

    • sherimae1324

      so what platform or handheld you want this game to be released oni-chan? 3DS, ios or android? no waaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy…. ^_^

      • DreamDrop♥

        All better choices than the stillborn Vita.

  • Göran Isacson

    Well, I never got it on the Wii so… why not, if it ever becomes available in the West that is.

  • Mnstrzero00

    If I do buy this I’m totally going digital. I lost my disc after only having played the game for a few hours and years later I’m not any closer to finding it.

    • Gyro Zeppeli

       And then you end up losing whatever storage device the game is on. Is that REALLY what you want?

      • Elvick

        Or lose the Vita itself.

        • Tianyu Wei

           even if you lose everything and your house, you STILL Have the game, because once you have a device capable of PLAYING the game, just Download it again…

          The only thing that’ll make you lose your digital version is that you get banned from PSN, and/or SONY/PSN goes under.

          • Elvick

            The point. You missed it.

            If you lose a disc, you can lose anything. Which is all on you.

            Besides, replacing a game and replacing an entire handheld… one is more expensive than the other. (unless said game is like, Tron Bonne for PSone)

    • ShindoW Stables

       Odd, the same thing happened to me. We moved and never found the disc again… it’s like the Vita vers was destiny. lol

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