news\ Nov 5, 2012 at 7:42 pm

Muramasa: The Demon Blade for PS Vita gets some pretty screens

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Sony recently announced that Vanillaware's awesome action-RPG Muramasa: The Demon Blade would be released on the Vita in Japan. The game was originally available for Wii, where it saw a positive critical reception.

Now, just like Little King's Story, this stellar Wii game is being treated to a Vita port of its own. That version of the game will feature improved visuals, voice acting, and new DLC campaigns.

We still don't know if Muramasa will come to the Vita in North America, but here's hoping it does. (Seriously, you guys, that thing needs some games! And we'll gladly take remakes of great Wii games!) In the meantime, let's get even more jealous of Japan and take a look at some screens of the game. Geez, is it ever pretty!


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