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Musashi: Samurai Legend by Square Enix




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Violence
  • Platform: PlayStation 2
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Category: Action

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Musashi's legend lives on in this new adventure. Utilizing his two-fisted sword-fighting skills he protects his colorful cast of friends in his latest journey. The second release of the Musashi series makes its debut on the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system featuring exhilarating, fast-paced, action-packed gameplay utilizing cell-shaded graphics. Like a true samurai, Musashi's powers of observation will pay off in the heat of battle as he channels this energy to learn his opponents' techniques. A new mode of his protective services has also been employed, in which he literally carries his characters to safety.

Now, called across time and space to a strange land, Musashi must find Princess Mycella and save the Mystics if he has any hope of returning home. But he is not alone. With the aid of an eccentric but brilliant martial arts master, Musashi strives to become the greatest samurai ever known. With an entire world to save, he has his work cut out for him!
* A fresh new battle system allows Musashi to learn enemies' techniques, chop up opponents in myriad ways, and pick up and carry friends and foes alike.

* Slice through hordes of wacky enemies such as voltrabots, ninjaroids, and arachnukes.

* Explore a delightful world rendered by the innovative "manga shading" system, a technique which draws colorful comic-style characters and objects in realistic 3D.

* A talented cast of voice actors brings Musashi's latest adventure to life.

* Game development headed by a renowned creative team that includes Tetsuya Nomura, character designer of the FINAL FANTASY® and KINGDOM HEARTS® series.

* Electrifying theme music performed by the Surf Coasters, hailed by Billboard Magazine as the "princes of surf guitar."