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  • Blog Post: Muramasa Rebirth Fishy Tales Of The Nekomata DLC Available Now

    Muramasa Rebirth, the high-definition Vita upgrade to 2009's Muramasa: The Demon Blade for the Wii, is getting some DLC and it's available now. The DLC, titled Fishy Tales of the Nekomata, stars Okoi, "a girl possessed by the nekomata Miike, battling to avenge Miike's master as you travel... More
  • Blog Post: Muramasa Rebirth Coming To North America In June

    Muramasa Rebirth for the PlayStation Vita has a release date, and a collector's edition available for pre-order. The game will be available on June 25. The collector's edition includes a face cover and system skin for the Vita, a velvet drawstring pouch, and a lithograph featuring new art from... More
  • Blog Post: Muramasa: The Demon Blade Vita Gameplay Footage

    Muramasa: The Demon Blade, the formerly Wii exclusive action platformer from developer Vanillaware, is heading to Vita, and a large dose of gameplay footage has appeared online. If you're not familiar with Muramasa, or Vanillaware games in general, be warned: they are beautiful. The Japanese release... More
  • Blog Post: Muramasa, Odin Sphere Getting High-Def Downloadable Ports?

    Developer Vanillaware was doing gorgeous old-school 2D games long before that became a major trend in the industry. Now it sounds like their two most recent releases, Odin Sphere (originally on PlayStation 2) and Muramasa: The Demon Blade (originally on Wii), may be going HD and downloadable on the Xbox... More
  • Blog Post: Ignition Entertainment Undergoing A Makeover

    Rebranding under parent company UTV Group, Ignition Entertainment (Deadly Premonition) will henceforth be known as UTV Ignition Entertainment. With this shift also comes an increased focus on development for online platforms, according to Gamasutra . The online push will entail marketing and developing... More
  • Blog Post: Harvest Moon Creator Steps Down From Marvelous

    Yasuhiro Wada, creator of the Harvest Moon franchise, has decided to step down as director of digital entertainment at Marvelous. The company cited "personal reasons" for Wada's departure, though he will continue to work with Marvelous as an advisor. The report comes at the tail end of... More
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