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Submitted by Hitman0769 606d ago | review

Muramasa Rebirth Review | RealGamerNewz

Shawn of RealGamerNewz writes, "Muramasa Rebirth is a port of Muramasa Demon Blade that was originally launched on the Nintendo Wii coming to you from Vanillaware. Muramasa takes place during the Genroku era (1688 for those who don’t know. Of course I already knew and didn’t google it. I DIDN’T GOOGLE IT!!) run by the Shogun Tsunayoshi Tokogawa (Whew.. say that 5 times fast)." (Muramasa Rebirth, PS Vita) 10/10

bullymangLer  +   606d ago
lol

Anything to make the Vita look good aiy.
Hicken  +   606d ago
Anything for you to troll Sony articles.
bullymangLer  +   606d ago
neh

jus saying i played and passed the game . yes it looks awesome, but it brings nothing game-changing to gaming . NOTHING . perfect score? ha!

more like 7.7

not a bad game
Hicken  +   606d ago
Doesn't need to bring anything game-changing. Just needs to do a superb job at what it intends. Muramasa does that on the Wii, and is even better on the Vita.
Hitman0769  +   606d ago
"Just needs to do a superb job at what it intends."

Correct.
bullymangLer  +   606d ago
a superb game is 9.8 . .

When games get awarded a perfect score and they dont EVEN have that NEW game changing tech that changes gaming forever, then HOW is that fair for the games that DO bring the > innovation <?

Game reviewers just aren't the same anymore these days . .

bunch of kids .. .
fsfsxii  +   606d ago
Geez, can't i go to ANY article and not find any fanboy with a moronic comment?
bullymangLer  +   605d ago
you sound upset.

and confused

because you bring no facts as to why something is moronic, just you sounding butthurt over DEEP FACTS <

instead of giving thanks ?

sheesh
Hicken  +   605d ago
Just because a game brings innovation doesn't mean it does it well. It shouldn't automatically get points for trying something other games don't, if it fails miserably at them.

On the other hand, a game that doesn't bring anything new to the table, but addresses the issues of the genre, or just simply doesn't make any mistakes, should get a good score.

Again, and I really don't get why this is so hard for people to understand, a perfect score does not mean the game was perfect. It means it's among the best examples of its kind(if there is a kind), at the top of its class, an excellent example of a very well-crafted game. One where your complaints are minor, the flaws negligible.

When somebody plays a game like that, they're well within their rights to give it a 10/10.

If YOU don't want to afford it such a score, that's fine. but don't go assuming everybody has to use the same screwed up scale you use.
bullymangLer  +   605d ago
just pay attention, CLOSE attention tho this, and tell me where I went wrong or where I didnt prove my point please. so you wont sound ignorant.

mangLer : a superb game is 9.8 . .

When games get awarded a perfect score and they dont EVEN have that NEW game changing tech that changes gaming forever, then HOW is that fair for the games that DO bring the > innovation <?

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