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Oboro Muramasa (Minna no Susume Selection)Oboro Muramasa (Minna no Susume Selection)
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
NTSC J / Action RPG
Expected stock arrival within 1 week

Oboro Muramasa

Oboro Muramasa

Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week.


Compatible With Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week
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  • aka. Muramasa: The Demon Blade


The world is full of demonic swords, once unsheathed, blood must be spilled. No matter how holy it has been, once the weapons is tainted with the hatred in blood, the sword will acquire demonic powers and lead its wielder down a path of doom.The action adventure's stage is set in Genroku and the land is under the rule of the Tokugawa shoguns. Demons are running rampant and amidst the chaos, the demon sword Muramasa has shown its face. Choose one of the wielders, the ninja Kisuke or the princess Momoe and see if you can escape your gloomy destiny.Plug the nunchaku into the Wii remote control, use the classic controller or game cube controller, game play is intuitive and easy to learn such that you could turn from novice to master swordsman in no time.

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Original Name  朧村正(おぼろむらまさ)
Official Release Date  Apr 09, 2009
Genre  Action RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0002603907
Catalog No.  RVL-P-RSFJ
Item Code  4535506300928

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:5

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Kyown (11) on 25, Oct. 2010 13:04 (HKT)
Beautiful 2-D game made by the people who brought us Odin Sphere. Battle system is great but gets repetitive after a few hours. The moves you use at the beginning will be the same moves you use to finish of the final boss with, so don't look forward to learning new moves outside of each blades "special attack".
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spirossi (1) on 24, Sep. 2009 16:31 (HKT)
Gorgeous graphics, fast-paced gameplay
Oboro Muramasa is best described as a scrolling beat 'em up with a touch of action adventure gameplay. The beat 'em up part is reminiscent of titles like Viewtiful Joe: battles against multiples enemies/bosses take place in confined two-dimensional space connected by jump 'n' run passages. Villages give you the opportunity to buy new weapons/supplies.

Graphically this game features outstanding art direction in a classic two-dimensional setting. Scrolling is wonderfully fast and smooth and useally makes use of several parallaxed layers. Seeing this first hand is actually worth the money :-)
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CPerez (4) on 18, Sep. 2009 10:01 (HKT)
Nice graphics
Beautiful game! I love the sprites in this game.
Game play wise, you will get to smash a lot of buttons, and once you understand what you are doing, it gets very satisfying.
For those fans of Japanese themed games, it is a must buy. It shows various aspects of the local mythology and tales.
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giraux (22) on 11, Sep. 2009 02:22 (HKT)
Oboro Muramasa by Vanillaware is probably THE best reason to own a Japanese Wii right now. The hand drawn 2D graphics are absolutely beautiful and vibrant, and the art style may remind some gamers of Clover's Ookami. The combat engine is simple yet sophisticated. There are two protagonists with their own unique storylines and gameplay styles, a truly AWESOME soundtrack with beautifully composed music, and flawless controls, either using a Classic Controller or Wiimote/Nunchuk. Definitely purchase now.
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ebony0819 (13) on 07, May. 2009 09:29 (HKT)
This game is awsome and soo beautiful as well as colorful! this game has TONS of combos. oboro muramasa is a must have if u have a wii!
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