.html VanillaWare's gorgeous looking Muramasa: The Demon Blade makes up for a lack of polygon pushing power by going 2D, resulting in probably the most visually exciting Wii game we've seen yet.
And that's not just because Muramasa: The Demon Blade is so loaded with more T&A than most Wii games we've seen—OK, maybe not as much as OneeChanbara—but it's certainly not lacking in surprisingly stacked character designs. We even hear there's a rather steamy hot springs scene in the game, something we don't see much of on the console. Having already enjoyed one of the developer's recent efforts, Odin Sphere on the PlayStation 2, we're anticipating an easy pre-order decision.
The game, due for a release by Marvelous Entertainment in Japan next week, thankfully already has a North American publisher in XSEED. You'll have to settle for the Japanese language trailer for now. But soak it in anyway.