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Muramasa: The Demon Blade Boss Trailer

Posted by Corbie Dillard

Ignition releases yet another striking video of their 2D side-scroller in action!

To be honest, we just can't get enough of seeing Muramasa: The Demon Blade in action. Not only is it one of the most striking 2D titles we've ever seen, but it just seems to keep getting better and better with every new gameplay video we receive.

You can check out the brand new boss trailer below, along with a snippet of press release information that accompanied the video. Enjoy! We know we sure did.

This new trailer uncovers the epic boss battles in Muramasa: The Demon Blade. Watch as the main characters, Kisuke and Momohime, prove their sword fighting mastery by battling their way through a host of imaginative bosses. Take the opportunity to see these well stylized characters face off in one of the most highly-anticipated titles of the year.

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We'll keep you up-to-date on any new developments with Muramasa: The Demon Blade and we'll have a full review of the game when it hits North American store shelves on September 8th.


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User Comments (20)



Kittsy said:

This is the only game I'm going to buy for a while, definately. That and Sin and Punishment 2.



Corbs said:

I'm on this game so fast it's not going to be funny. Wow is about all I can say after watching this video. Actually I used more profanity, but for the kid's sake, I'll leave that part out.



Machu said:

17 varieties of awesome packed into that trailer! This is gonna pwn!



deadly_by_design said:

This game is making my inner Samurai Shodown-loving-12-year-old tingle. I'm not into the extras, and generally dislike anime junk, but the game looks like quality fun.



Ren said:

Each new bit of footage on this makes me wet another pair of drawers. Anyone still trying to argue some nonsense about "video games are not art" can't say much about games like this one.
Actually it reminds me a little of the original arcade Strider game which no-one ever properly ported to a console, and I never understood why. (I guess the Genesis one was ok but probably just tough to do at the time). It's been a while since I've seen a classic arcade model like this that's pure action + beautiful artistry for a fast, short exhilarating experience.
This is a classic model that makes video games stand out on their own as an art form in a way that doesn't try to mimic cinema. I thought that fast action side scrolling adventure had died off with arcades, I hope this does well enough to encourage more like it.



Noire said:

So very beautiful...That's it, no more waffling, I'm getting this game the day it comes out. No excuses! I wanna kill myself a giant Japanese dragon god thing with a katana.



Supermarioman said:

I preodered this one today for $0 at Gamestop, your going to ask me, $0? The employee made a mistake and gave me the $5 I just gave him, but it says I still paid, so I'm not complaining. The wall scroll is mine



Modern_Legend said:

Wow first time seeing it now and it is suuuperb, graphics, combos, everything, now hope for co-op lol wishful thinking. Will probably pick this gem up.

On a more gruesome note, can u imagine how graphic this game would be if there was blood in it. Geez with all those 60+ hit combos this would be like a 2D madworld gone mad.



Jockolantern said:

Absolutely epic. Cannot wait to get this game and its lovely pre-order art scroll bonus at Gamestop in just a couple weeks. Definitely looks to be every bit as wondrous a game as it has since I saw the very first couple screenshots.

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