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Submitted by Arai 564d ago | article

Muramasa Rebirth comparison: Wii vs VITA

Shiny graphics, customizable controls, and four downloadable characters are features Vanillaware added to Muramasa Rebirth. The biggest change may actually be a brand new localization. (Muramasa Rebirth, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, PS Vita, Wii)

H4all  +   564d ago
wow... that is OLED true display... thank you..
dedicatedtogamers  +   564d ago
The game already looked great on Wii IMO, but this is just...wow. Glad I have it preordered.
Knushwood Butt  +   564d ago
I have it on Vita.

It looks and sounds excellent.

Gameplay? I'm still undecided..
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Xaphy  +   564d ago
what about the gameplay? it looks amazing! Those games are amazing on a handheld.
Knushwood Butt  +   563d ago
Running from left to right (or right to left) over 20 instances of basically the same background, with almost nothing happening until you finally reach a boss fight.

Am I missing something here? I mean, just because it looks pretty doesn't make that interesting.

I've only beaten the second boss. I hope this gets better because I could be playing Soul Sacrifice instead.
young7yang  +   564d ago
after just finishing the game on the wii u I can honestly say it does not look that blurry. It actually looks a lot better than that. A lot better.
TongkatAli  +   564d ago
You're missing out on the DLC characters. I don't mind paying Vanillaware extra at all.
YoungPlex  +   564d ago
I'm getting it on Vita too but I agree with you Young7yang, it looks a lot better than those blurry low-res screenshots. There's no denying that the Vita version looks great due to the OLED screen but to make the comparison look bad is ridiculous!
Venox2008  +   564d ago
u are right, game on Wii looks a lot of better than those pics, but nice too see that Vita version looks very good too
young7yang  +   564d ago
Just look at these shots of the wii version

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TongkatAli  +   564d ago
The pic you posted looks a little better then the ones in the article. The Vita version blows it away visually. I'm so hyped for this game its not even funny, preordered the special edition and saving up money in my cart for the DLC.
d3nworth1  +   563d ago
They do know the vita can take screenshots right? Just pres the start and PS buttons. Its alot better than pointing a camera at the thing.

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