Game Hub: Muramasa: The Demon Blade Review

If you don't mind the action being a bit on the repetitive side, the gameplay is consistently enjoyable and compelling with a constant drive to unlock new swords (there's over 100) and to go back to previously locked areas. This is a long game too; you won't appreciate how much of an adventure you're in for until you see the world map screen for the first time. The well animated 2D visuals add to the game's charms and play to the Wii's strengths by avoiding any blurry 3D visuals making this worth a look for any action-RPG fans on the little white box.

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