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Musashi no Bouken

Musashi no Bouken (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: RPG
Developer: Unknown


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Musashi no Bouken review

Reviewed June 23, 2008

wolfqueen001 says: "Lovers of history and mythology will enjoy discovering what events were based on fact and which on fiction. They’ll enjoy exploring a recreated Feudal Japan, wondering which places actually existed. And they’ll ponder how well the next battle will go, where the next quest item will be and question its place in myth. "
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