Muramasa Rebirth landing in Europe this fall

Muramasa Rebirth will launch this fall in Europe, Aksys Games recently announced. The PlayStation Vita port of Muramasa: The Demon Blade, which first launched in 2009 for Wii, retains the side-scrolling action drawn to life by Vanillaware, the creators of Odin Sphere and Dragon's Crown.

Aksys noted that four additional downloadable characters and scenarios will be available for the game, though the DLC has yet to launch in any region, let alone Europe.
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Shatter the Chains of Fate!
Muramasa Rebirth coming to Europe via PlayStation®Network this Fall!

August 21, 2013 Torrance, CA – Aksys Games announces that Muramasa Rebirth, the critically acclaimed hit in both the U.S. and Japan will sail to Europe via PlayStation®Network this fall! Play this action-packed RPG that takes you on an epic journey through ancient Japan as you battle the forces that try to stop you from possessing the fabled demon blades!

Muramasa Rebirth Key Features
Journey east as the fugitive ninja Kisuke, searching for the legendary demon blades. Or travel west as Momohime, a princess possessed by a vengeful spirit, as you hunt for the same weapons. With 108 powerful blades, each with their own special attack, fend off enemies big and small in this exciting action-RPG specially redesigned for the PlayStation®Vita system!

High Res Graphics – The stunning 2D artwork comes to life in OLED-ready graphics. See the vibrant colors and detailed art as they should be seen on the PlayStation®Vita system!

Available Downloadable Scenarios – Four additional characters and scenarios will be available to download, each featuring a new story line, new characters, and new enemies!

Two Modes of Play – Whether you enjoy hack/slash type play or prefer to use your character's special abilities in a controlled manner, Muramasa Rebirth offers two modes of play to satisfy every player's needs!

Remap Buttons – Don't like the default setup? Customize your buttons to make the gameplay truly yours!

This article was originally published on Joystiq.