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    Muramasa The Demon Blade

    Hi guys & gals, first post here, just sayin hi...

    Anywho, to the game, Muramasa is a classic 2D side scroller with some RPG elements..nothing to deep really, just a sorta hack and slash game based in 1600 China...you can choose to play between a girl or a guy, it doesnt really take all that much skill to play, considering its a button masher (A,A,A,A) lol..moving along, it does have some fun parts to it; As you progress through the game, you can create new swords using souls & spirit you gather along your journey. Also, you can stop by little shops and eat some food, which has some interactive part to it by pressing A about 7 times, and the food is gone.

    I just recently beat the girls storyline (ending with her being lvl 54)..so i have no idea what the max lvl is and i've currently started on the guys...though i most likely will take my time on his lol

    Well this is my first post, so i wanted to contribute something good

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    Welcome to the forums.

    I actually hacked my Wii for the sake of playing this game. I think it's a great game, though a bit repetitive. The graphics make you feel like you are playing in a painting and the controls are smooth. There's just something about fighting 20 ninjas at once that just doesn't lose it's appeal.

    I have completed the game with both characters and just an fyi, there's 5 endings. When you beat either characters story line, you will get a new blade. If you then beat both characters final zone with these two blades equipped when you walk through the gate to the last boss, the boss fight will be different and lead to a different ending. The final ending involves you getting all 108 blades and then beating the end zone again (this is what I have left to do so I don't know the specifics).

    Still, it feels like castlevania with ninjas, swords, crazy special attacks, etc.

    PS: After you beat the game, go into IZU when you get the ability to unlock white barriers and go to the tree stump (special zone). It's called "Total Pandemonium." I highly recommend trying it around level 60-65. It's crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinyk View Post
    Welcome to the forums.

    I actually hacked my Wii for the sake of playing this game. I think it's a great game, though a bit repetitive. The graphics make you feel like you are playing in a painting and the controls are smooth. There's just something about fighting 20 ninjas at once that just doesn't lose it's appeal.

    I have completed the game with both characters and just an fyi, there's 5 endings. When you beat either characters story line, you will get a new blade. If you then beat both characters final zone with these two blades equipped when you walk through the gate to the last boss, the boss fight will be different and lead to a different ending. The final ending involves you getting all 108 blades and then beating the end zone again (this is what I have left to do so I don't know the specifics).

    Still, it feels like castlevania with ninjas, swords, crazy special attacks, etc.

    PS: After you beat the game, go into IZU when you get the ability to unlock white barriers and go to the tree stump (special zone). It's called "Total Pandemonium." I highly recommend trying it around level 60-65. It's crazy.
    Sweet!, i was beginning to wonder when and how i was going to unlock the White Barriers lol. I kinda figured i'd have to beat both players stories, and i recently just beat the giant spider on Kisuke's file..maybe it's just me, but leveling up the girl was much faster than leveling the guy lol...anywho, im just glad someone confirmed my thought on how to unlock the white barriers lol, oh and thanks for the tip on goin to IZU lol

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    The max level is 99...as I read on some guide that there is a white barrier which requires for you to be greater than level 95 or something...however I do know that 99 is max level as a fact. since I level Kisuke to lvl 70...and don't miss out on the 4 other alternate endings btw...

    The best part of the game is that each sword feels different that the other...each one of them has their individual characteristics and this keeps the game fresh through out the story and the time you spend playing it.
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    I think this game is really great. I would definitely recommend it. Here is a link to a full review (video). Muramasa: The Demon Blade Video Game, Review | Game Trailers & Videos | GameTrailers.com

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