Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae Slashes onto Steam

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With Steam Greenlight slowly opening the flood gates for Japanese gaming to enter Valve’s PC marketplace, a few notable titles have trickled in such as Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae, a high-speed arena-based slash’em up developed by Zenith Blue which debuted at last summer’s Comiket, featuring samurai schoolgirls wielding Japanese steel to cut down opponents in a blaze of panchira glory.

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Gameplay or “High Speed Katana Action” consists of slicing and dicing up waves of opposing robots in a similar fashion to Senran Kagura and the OneeChanbara games, with rewards earned through skill point allocation to unlock new skills, characters, and costumes.

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The game is available now on Playism with a playable demo for those interested in trying it out, and on Steam where pricing and availability may vary by region.


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