Vanillaware's stunning actioner ready to bring 108 demon blades to North American Vitas.
'Muramasa Rebirth,' the PS Vita remake of the 2009 Nintnedo Wii gem, will be available on June 25th. Along with $40 version is a $60 'Blessing of Amitabha Collector's Edition.'
The limited edition includes a lithograph, Vita skin, Vita face cover, and a velvet pouch in addition to the not yet announced in-game content. The hope is that the game's new DLC, which is set around four new protagonists and their special scenarios, will be included in the limited edition.
The game is set around the struggle to acquire evermore powerful demon blades. Once acquired, blades can be used in the title's side scrolling combat until they break and must be retired temporality in ongoing healing dynamic.
The PS Vita version casts aside the Wii control scheme. The game's visuals have been resourced to better match the PS Vita's screen, and players can expect a new and improved English localization. The title's new DLC should may even tempt even the harshest of critic's of re-purchasing games.
Both the normal and limited edition of 'Muramasa Rebirth' are available for pre-order.