Crispy Gamer: Muramasa, on paper, sounds a lot like a game you've played dozens of times before. But it's the game's stylish execution and spot-on controls that rescue it from being bargain-bin tripe. Everything is rendered in a very painterly two-dimensional fashion. It's good to see a 2-D game contently stay in 2-D, and have no three-dimensional aspirations. Yes, Shadow Complex, I am looking at you.