Greetings Geeks! Woller here. This is what I hope is the first of many father-son reviews written by myself and my 12 year old son, Junior. Enjoy our big geek-little geek take on a review.
Woller Sr.: So, I want us to start off with a brief description of the game. It’s a side-scrolling, hack-and-slash with over 100 different weapons to collect. There are also some very interesting light RPG elements to the game. This includes forging swords, learning to cook…
Junior: …and finding different Demon blades. Demon blades can destroy colored barriers ranging from red to white.
Woller Sr.: Some barriers open paths to different lands…
Junior: Mmmmm hm.
Woller Sr.: and some open gateways to optional sub-bosses. Do you take the side quest or not? This is but one type of choice in the game, for example, when you boot the game up, you immediately have two choices to make. Normal difficulty or hard (we chose normal) and…
Junior: to play as a boy or a girl, Kisuke and Momohime.
Woller Sr.: we chose to start with Kisuke’s quest, and the bulk of the review is based on it.
Junior: <starts reading from the instruction book in Espanol>
Woller Sr.: <raises eyebrow> …soooo, on the review. Continue reading Muramasa The Demon Blade – Wii Review