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ONM: Muramasa: The Demon Blade Review

Unfortunately this back-tracking aspect is where the game is let down. With no discernible hub area and objectives that seesaw from one side of the large map to the other, having to run back on yourself again and again does become something of a chore, albeit one offset by luscious artwork and constant rewards.

Even so, criticising Muramasa for this is tantamount to slapping David Attenborough for carping on about frog mating rituals. Best to enjoy it for what it is: a relentless romp that's as breathless as it is beautiful.

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