• Team Ninja lead on Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection features, says they're still ‘waiting' for Ryu Smash invite

    28 days ago - By Nintendo Enthusiast

    Team Ninja lead Fumihiko Yasuda talked about Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection in this week's issue of Famitsu magazine. In the interview, he explained some of the choices behind the title selection and features for the upcoming collection, as well as commented on fans' desire to see Ryu Hayabusa in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Famitsu interview with Fumihiko Yasuda Check out the highlights from the Famitsu interview below: “The reason we put in Ninja Gaiden Sigma for Ninja Gaiden and Ninja Gaiden 2 is because it is their final versions.” “The original data for...
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  • 2004's Ninja Gaiden Reboot Was a Stellar Action Game

    28 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    Few franchises have stayed within the bounds of relevance in one form or another even remotely as long as Ninja Gaiden. from all the way back in the days of the NES and arcade games of the late 1980's to its rebirth on the original Xbox and its two sequels, and the remastered collection of those games that is on the way now, the series has been moving forward for a long time with the relatively steady stream of successful games that, while some of them are many years apart, very rarely disappointed fans of the fast, skill-driven slicing that Ryu Hayabusa has been known for, for over 30...
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  • Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Dev Explains Why Sigma Versions Of First Two Games Were Used

    Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Dev Explains Why Sigma Versions Of First Two Games Were Used

    28 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    The Ninja Gaiden series is looking to make a grand return later this year with Ninja Gaiden Master Collection. The collection will collect three different action-packed games, but hardcore fans know that isn't quite the whole story. The first two games in the collection are Ninja Gaiden Sigma and Sigma 2 , which were re-releases of the original two releases, including the beloved and legendary Ninja Gaiden Black , itself an enhanced re-release of the 2004 original release on Xbox. There's some friction with fans about those versions, as Sigma altered several things about both titles...
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