The stunning side-scroller Muramasa: The Demon Blade has a fancy new site, courtesy of Ignition Entertainment.
The official website for the Wii-exclusive is a feast of sight and sound, replete with wallpapers, character bios, gameplay videos and an interactive map of the gameworld designed both to delight your senses and loosen your purse strings. Though not necessarily to take money out. The grand prize winner of their fan art contest, which runs until game’s release on September 1, will receive $1000 and five runners-up will receive free copies of the game.
I wonder if my composition notebook full of page after page of crazy, creepy love letters to an anthropomorphized demon sword qualifies as fan art?