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Brave Fencer Musashi (1998)

Brave Fencer Musashiden (original title)
In the castle of Allucaneet Palace, the tomboyish Princess Fillet summons a brave fencer samurai like boy from a Binchotite. The young boy's name is Musashi. After being summoned to ... See full summary »


Yoichi Yoshimoto


Koichi Ogawa (scenario writer)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mona Marshall ... Musashi (voice)
Sandy Fox ... Fillet (voice) (as Marie Danielle)
Steve Blum ... Jon (voice) (as David Lucas)
Gary Dubin ... Rootrick (voice) (as Gary Michaels)
Lia Sargent ... Bubbles (voice)
Dyanne DiRosario Dyanne DiRosario ... Gingerelle (voice) (as Bambi Darro)
Paul St. Peter ... Flatski (voice) (as George C. Cole)
Kirk Thornton ... Ed / Lumina / Rice (voice) (as Sparky Thornton)
Joe Romersa ... Ben (voice)
J. Cooper J. Cooper ... Topo (voice)
Barbara Goodson ... Kojiro (voice)
William Frederick Knight ... Ribson / Conners (voice) (as William Frederick)
Kevin Seymour Kevin Seymour ... Shankey / Whitey (voice) (as Dougary Grant)
R. Martin Klein ... Livers (voice) (as Bob Marx)
Stephen Apostolina ... Hotelo (voice) (as Jimmy Theodore)

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In the castle of Allucaneet Palace, the tomboyish Princess Fillet summons a brave fencer samurai like boy from a Binchotite. The young boy's name is Musashi. After being summoned to Allucaneet Palace, he was told that he cannot go back to his home unless he find the Sword of Luminesence, Lumina. Musashi is given a Fusion which is his fencing sword for battles and has the ability to absorb an enemy's abilities and embarks on a journey to find Lumina. Upon obtaining Lumina however, Princess Fillet was kidnapped by one of the Thirstquencher Empire's character, Rootrick. Rootrick disappears with Princess Fillet. Now Musashi must embark on a journey to find and rescue Princess Fillet and stop the Thirstquencher Empire. Will Musashi be able to rescue the princess, bring peace to Allucaneet Palace and go back to his own time? Written by kong_oliver@hotmail.com

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Musashi: Who did you say was puny? And why are you guys wearing such stupid costumes?
Princess Fillet: Stupid costumes? Take that back! You... You little turd!
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Featured in Playstation Underground: Issue 2.4 (1998) See more »

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Fun simple game in the mold of a Zelda.
27 December 2008 | by Aaron1375See all my reviews

From the score here I can see it is not exactly a well loved game, but I found it rather fun and funny. Granted it does contain faults, but so many games of this type do as most of these games that sort of mirror the Zelda series and one of the ones most common is the fact they are always a bit short. This one also has the problem of a rather bad ending which the sequel to this one also shares. The story has this kingdom being attacked by an evil empire. The princess of the kingdom in a last ditch effort tries to summon a brave warrior and what she gets is a rather small samurai in training. So Musashi must find a sword, free some of the citizens of the castle from some sort of crystal prisons, find other swords that have different elemental powers, find strange sheep creatures that somehow increase health, fight a very determined rival, collect toys, help the local townsfolk with certain tasks, and climb a really big tower to save the princess. So there is a lot of things to do, but it still not the longest game. It has challenges, however you will find most boss fights are easy once you figure out the secret to beating them as is the final boss fight. The toy collecting part of the game was rather pointless, the day and night was also a bit of a pain, but then very few games that incorporate the day and night stuff do it so that it is not a pain. Work out the kinks and this would be a really great game, as it is it is a rather good game.

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31 October 1998 (USA) See more »

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