Following up on today's earlier news about the Japanese release of Muramasa Rebirth's final DLC chapter, Aksys Games has info on the localization. Titled "Hell is Where the Heart Is," the fourth and final tale from the Genroku Legends series hits PSN in North America and Europe on September 2 and 3, respectively. More after the jump.
The series of Muramasa Rebirth's Genroku Legends DLC chapters is about to come to an end. The fourth and final chapter, "Tsunokakushi Onna Jigoku," is set to arrive in Japan on August 28, and will be priced at ¥500 ($5). Hit the jump for the debut trailer.
Aksys recently announced some details for the much-anticipated Muramasa Rebirth DLC, "Genroku Legends." The downloadable chapters will make their way to PS Vita in North America in early 2014, starting with "Fishy Tales of the Nekomata." More after the jump.
Good news for PS Vita owners in Europe: Muramasa Rebirth, which launched in North America back in June, will be making its way to Sony's portable over there this fall. Read on for more.
Muramasa Rebirth, the enhanced PS Vita port of Vanillaware's 2009 side-scrolling Wii action game, is now available in North America, and Aksys Games is celebrating with a launch trailer. Check it out after the jump!
The enhanced PS Vita port of Vanillaware's Muramasa: The Demon Blade isn't too far off, and Aksys is promoting the title over at the PlayStation Blog with a new English trailer. Get ready to meet the action-platformer stars, Momohime and Kisuke, and watch as they leap into battle after the jump.
Those looking to pick up Muramasa Rebirth on PS Vita should dig what North American publisher Aksys Games is showing off today. The first-run limited edition release, known as the Muramasa Rebirth Blessing of Amitabha Collector's Edition, offers up a handful of goodies for players to outfit their Vita with, and it's set to arrive on June 25.
Summer is looking like it's going to be a pretty busy one for Japanese game releases in North America. Muramasa Rebirth is among them, and according to Amazon, Aksys will also be putting out a limited edition version. Read on for more!
We got a look at some gameplay a few days ago, and now Marvelous AQL is back with a video showcasing Muramasa Rebirth's opening movie. Check it out after the jump.
If you played Muramasa: The Demon Blade back when it was released on Nintendo Wii in 2009, the following clips of the PS Vita port, Muramasa Rebirth, should look plenty familiar. Check out Marvelous AQL's latest previews after the jump.
As previously reported, Muramasa Rebirth is coming to North America courtesy of Aksys, along with the DLC that includes four new scenarios and characters. While we don't get to see any of those in action, we can still check out the PS Vita port in a new trailer from Marvelous AQL after the jump.
Earlier this month we got a look at how Vanillaware's Muramasa: The Demon Blade is shaping up on PS Vita, but now there's even more reason to be excited: Aksys is officially bringing it to North America as Muramasa Rebirth. Read on for more.
Originally released for Nintendo Wii in 2009, Vanillaware's gorgeous side-scroller Muramasa: The Demon Blade is making the leap to PS Vita. See how it looks on Sony's portable in Marvelous AQL's full trailer after the jump.
We heard a few days ago that there would be new downloadable content for the PS Vita version of Muramasa: The Demon Blade, but now we have some idea of what. Read up on that, plus check out screens of the port, after the break!