If you long for a new reason to turn on your Wii and Sports Resort ain't cutting it anymore, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, might be the game for you...or it might not be. X-Play's Matt Keil has the review:
"There is a fair amount of replay value, thanks to all the swords needing to be forged and a “true” ending that can only be obtained after finishing each character’s story. But none of these elements can mitigate how dull the sections between boss battles can become. Vanillaware has created a large and seamless 2D world, but when you’re running back through areas you’ve already cleared for the fifth or sixth time, you may find yourself longing for a load screen just so you can get back to the action quicker."