Nintendo World transformed into Fuedal Japan
Muramasa and the Demon Blade Event


This Saturday at noon at the Nintendo World Store in New York City, the Nintendo World Store will be transformed into feudal Japan for a pre-release launch of Muramasa. Along with the release of Muramasa 3 days early, the first 100 customers to buy Muramasa will receive limited edition t-shirts, tattoos, collectible postcards and a scroll with original artwork from the game. Along with receiving 10% off the game at purchase. For more info hit the jump.

The Party will include:
· Exclusively selling games early on Sept. 5th for NWS customers, supplies limited ”“ Each purchase will come with an exclusive special gift
· Nintendo World Store transformed into feudal Japan with authentic lamps, art, plastic samurai swords, and more!
· The Nintendo World Store will be giving out 10% off coupons week before the release event
· Muramasa themed characters in costume performing action sequences from the game
· Limited edition Muramasa t-shirts
· Gameplay, trailers and original music from Muramasa
· Kanji station where attendees can have their names written in Japanese Calligraphy
· Photo-op stage by I AM 8-BIT where attendees can take a picture in front of a stage from the game, and take home as a souvenir
· Game kiosks with Muramasa
· Limited promotional bags filled with Muramasa goodies such as an exclusive Muramasa t-shirt and tattoos. Come early because they will run out quickly!

If anyone is in the New York area and is going to the event post in the comments for a infendo meet up. Hope to see some infendudes chilling with Muramasa.

An artist from New York. Will has been writing, designing, and loving video games since he was young. He has traveled across the United States, and parts of Canada in order to learn more about the world of gaming. After visiting E3 for the first time in 2009, he has vowed to return there and show off a game of his own. In his spare time he tinkers with electronics, programming, and of course collecting video games.