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Brave Fencer Musashi

Brave Fencer Musashi (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Adventure
Developer: Square
AKA: Brave Fencer Musashiden (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/31/1998
JP
07/16/1998

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Reader Reviews

Brave Fencer Musashi review

Reviewed August 24, 2006

djskittles says: "Brave Fencer Musashi is a treasure trove of delightful oddities. First, there’s the amusing food obsession with locales such as Grillin’ Village and characters named Princess Fillet and Ginger Elle. Next, there’s the pint-sized hero, Musashi, a pre-teen samurai with a very high opinion of himself. Factor in other odd things, such as collectible action figures and the presence of Vambees (half-vampires, half-zombies), and you have the makings for an interesting ride. Combined with the e..."
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Brave Fencer Musashi review

Reviewed May 09, 2012

pickhut says: "Most people anticipated games like Parasite Eve and Xenogears, but I showed zero interest in those, following instead a title called Brave Fencer Musashi. Touted as a 3D adventure similar in style to oldschool games like The Legend of Zelda, I was captivated by the colorful imagery and descriptions in magazines, about a blue-haired sword fighter summoned through time to a kingdom in distress."
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Brave Fencer Musashi review

Reviewed March 07, 2005

psychopenguin says: "My favorite video game company of all time is SquareSoft. Never in my life have I seen such a company that could focus on mainly one genre (RPG) for so long, then delve into other genres (Einhander as a shooter, Ehreigz as a fighting game) and succeed so wildly as a result. So when I heard of the cool Playstation game made by SquareSoft named Brave Fencer Mushashi, I made sure to pick up a copy of it as soon as possible. Hearing of the amazing gameplay elements, the game reminded me of Secret of..."
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Brave Fencer Musashi Reviews Around the Internet

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7.7

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