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Muramasa: The Demon Blade Slicing Up PS Vita

Posted on Wednesday, September 19 @ 15:06:55 Eastern by


Sony has revealed at their Tokyo Game Show press conference that Vanillaware's gorgeous hack-'n'-slasher, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, will be ported from the Nintendo's Wii to Sony's PS Vita.

The current release date for this handheld port is March 28, 2013, which is surprisingly specific, and better yet will be given DLC of some variety.

The only sad part right now is that this title has only been confirmed for Japan and not yet for any other territory. At the very least, I hope that it's a downloadable title off PlayStation Network; if it does, I will finally be convinced of getting a large memory card for the Vita.
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