I’ve been a fan of Vanillaware’s games since I first played Odin Sphere on the PlayStation 2 (here is my review of its Vita remaster). Their games are always visually stunning, and Muramasa: Rebirth is no exception. The game features a beautiful hand-drawn art style that is reminiscent of classic Japanese anime and manga. The characters, environments, and enemies are all beautifully drawn and animated. The game also features a great soundtrack that perfectly complements the visuals.
The combat in Muramasa: Rebirth is fast-paced and fun. There are a variety of weapons and abilities to choose from, and the enemies are challenging but not impossible to defeat. The game also features a variety of boss battles that are both challenging and rewarding to defeat.
You have a light attack and a heavy attack, and you can also block and dodge. However, the game really shines when you start to experiment with the different weapons and abilities. There are over 100 weapons to collect, each with its own unique moveset. You can also learn a variety of special abilities, such as elemental attacks and healing spells. It’s a lot of fun to chain together combos and take down enemies with flashy special attacks. The game also does a good job of making the enemies challenging. They can be aggressive and hit hard, so you’ll need to be on your toes.
There are over 100 weapons to collect in Muramasa: Rebirth, each with its own unique moveset. You can also learn a variety of special abilities, such as elemental attacks and healing spells.
The weapons are all very well-designed. They’re all visually appealing, and they all have unique movesets that make them fun to use. The special abilities are also a lot of fun, and they can be very useful in battle.
There is a crafting system in Muramasa: Rebirth that allows you to create new weapons and items. You can use the crafting system to create new weapons, armor, and items. You can also use the crafting system to improve existing weapons and items.
The crafting system in Muramasa: Rebirth is a lot of fun to use. It allows you to create new and powerful weapons and items, and it can also help you to improve existing weapons and items.
Muramasa: Rebirth features two playable characters, each with their own unique story campaign. The stories are both well-written and engaging, and they provide a good reason to explore the game’s world and battle its enemies. There are also a variety of side quests and challenges to complete, which adds to the game’s overall value.
The graphics in Muramasa: Rebirth are absolutely stunning. The game features a beautiful hand-drawn art style that is reminiscent of classic Japanese anime and manga. The characters, environments, and enemies are all beautifully drawn and animated. The game also features a great use of color and lighting, which really helps to bring the world of Muramasa to life.
Music and Voice Acting
The music in Muramasa: Rebirth is also excellent. The soundtrack features a variety of traditional Japanese instruments, which helps to create a truly immersive experience. The music is also very well-composed, and it perfectly complements the game’s visuals.
The voice acting is also very good. The voice actors do a great job of bringing the characters to life, and their performances help to further immerse the player in the game’s world.
In conclusion, Muramasa: Rebirth is a great game that is sure to please fans of the genre. The beautiful art style, excellent soundtrack, and great voice acting all help to create a truly immersive experience. The fast-paced and fun combat, engaging story campaigns, and variety of weapons and abilities all add to the game’s overall value. If you’re looking for a new game to play on your Playstation Vita, I highly recommend Muramasa: Rebirth.