Muramasa Rebirth Strikes the PlayStation Vita on June 25th, “No Plans” for a PS3 Version
Today brought along some new information for the PlayStation Vita’s Muramasa Rebirth, which is an upgraded version of the Wii’s Muramasa: The Demon Blade.
First off, Frank “Bo” DeWindt, Director of Production at Aksys Games, re-confirmed that Muramasa Rebirth is releasing on June 25th in North America. He then went on to detail that the regular retail version will be available in a $39.99 regular edition, and a $59.99 Blessing of Amitabha edition, with the PSN download running you $34.99.
A quick rundown of other pieces of info include that the game is roughly 10 – 15 hours long for each of the two characters, there are trophies, there won’t be a demo, and they have “no plans at this time” to bring Muramasa Rebirth to the PS3.
To get a brief look at how Muramasa Rebirth looks, here’s a brand new trailer showing off some gameplay:
More videos are expected in the near future, including ones based off the four DLC scenarios, which bring four new characters and new stages.
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