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Muramasa Rebirth US release date set, Limited Edition announced

Tuesday, 9th April 2013 23:35 GMT By Brenna Hillier

There are all sorts of goodies in the Limited Edition of Muramasa Rebirth, which launches in North America at the end of June.

Gematsu reports the hack-and-slasher hits US retail on June 25, and the very special Limited Edition contains the following:

  • PS Vita Face Cover – Protect your PlayStation Vita system with this beautifully crafted PlayStation Vita system Face Cover made by HORI USA, Inc. Sporting the Muramasa logo on the front, make it known to your friends and family that you own this very limited edition.
  • PS Vita Skin – Totally immerse yourself in the beautifully drawn world of Muramasa Rebirth with an exclusive PlayStation Vita system Skin that completely protects the front panel of your PlayStation Vita system. Using one of the many vibrant scenes from Muramasa Rebirth game, this exclusive skin not only offers protection but beauty.
  • PS Vita Pouch – Complete your immersion with a black drawstring velvet pouch that easily puts your PlayStation Vita system in your hands.
  • High Res Framed Lithograph by George Kamitani – George Kamitani, creator and lead designer for Muramasa Rebirth has drawn a new piece of art for this limited edition set! Show off this one-of-a-kind reproduction.

If you pre-order either the standard or limited edition through GameStop or Amazon you will receive a bonus copy of the Muramasa Rebirth Abridged Soundtrack.

Muramasa Rebirth is a Vita remake of the Wii title Muramasa: The Demon Blade. Famous for its gorgeous sprites, it hails from Vanillaware, the team behind Dragon’s Crown and Odin’s Sphere.

Thanks, AllGamesBeta.

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1 Comments

  1. Kidbuu42

    Just got done playing the original actually… Only thing I would see a need for a remake is a better translation effort. I loved that the game has japanese audio but the translations were absolute shit. I’m not fluent at all but you could just tell something was off

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