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Submitted by kamiza 580d ago | review

Review: Muramasa Rebirth | newbreview

Leah from newbreview reviews the beautiful hack and slash game Muramasa Rebirth on PlayStation Vita. (Muramasa Rebirth, PS Vita) 4/5

TongkatAli  +   580d ago
Well written and to the point. Too many reviews ramble and use repetitiveness as a bad thing. When gameplay, artstyle and fluid 60 FPS is happening all at the same time that is special. Other games shoot, jump and drive all the time, even in sandbox games think how much you backtrack in those games and they take longer then getting somewhere in Muramasa

Vanillaware makes the best boss fights cause the art to the bosses look so awesome and the fights are over the top.

You feel like the sickest Ninja in this game. If you hold the square button and move the analog you glide fly.
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