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Publisher: Bandai
Release date: April 11, 2006
ESRB: Teen

The critically acclaimed TV series comes to the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system.

Hungry, cold and broke. On their search for the "samurai that smells of sunflowers," Mugen, Jin and Fuu's hunt for food ends up costing them more than they bargained for.

In the northern land of Ezo, danger awaits the wayward trio. There's no way they'll stay out of trouble in a place like this. With curses, witches and of course brawls, it's just another day for this motley crew.

Features:

  • Be a samurai! Play as Mugen, Jin, or the game-exclusive character to unleash your inner samurai moves!
  • Fight your way through feudal-era Japan with hip hop style: Execute the combo-system fusing hip hop with samurai sword action. Game original hip hop tracks deliver original combos. Build your collection of tracks to improve your fighting abilities.
  • A missing episode you can't miss: Original storyline and world - a new experience that is unavailable with the TV series. Unravel the storyline in multiple ways depending on which character you select!
  • Champloo style weapons: More than 50 weapons are at your disposal!
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