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Video Game: Nazo no Murasamejō
Nazo no Murasamejō (in English, The Mysterious Murasame Castle) is a medieval Japanese fantasy video game created by Nintendo and released in 1986 as the second original title for the Famicom Disk System, after The Legend of Zelda, to which it has some resemblance. The game has been occasionally rereleased, eventually coming to Europe and America as well courtesy of the 3DS Virtual Console.

The game takes place during the Edo period, where Murasame and four neighboring castles have been possessed by a demonic force. It falls to a young swordsman named Takamaru to defeat Murasame.

Despite having only one game in the series (and one that until recently was not released outside of Japan), this game had had a rather interesting legacy. Takamaru featured in the Wii version of Samurai Warriors III, which also included a full remake of his game. Takamaru also appeared in Captain Rainbow as one of the inhabitants of the island, and Nintendo Land has an attraction based off of The Mysterious Murasame Castle. Finally, Takamaru appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a Sticker, and he will appear in the fourth game as an Assist Trophy.

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alternative title(s): Nazo No Murasamejo
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