News Team Ninja Is Aware of Demand for a New Ninja Gaiden Game
Nothing confirmed, though
Team Ninja has been doing pretty well for itself with the Nioh series. The second game is right around the corner, and by all accounts, it's shaping up to be a fantastic sequel. If you haven't yet, check out our thoughts on Nioh 2 after a hands-on demo. As great as these games are, there's still a hope among fans that the...
News Team Ninja Stealthily Teases New Title for the PlayStation 4
Ryu expecting that?
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z may just be the silliest game releasing in the near future; the title's ridiculous zombie ninja hybrid has us both puzzled and absolutely delighted. But if you were hoping that co-developer Team Ninja would also be cooking up something a little less ridiculous to balance this glaring goofiness, you may be in...
Feature Understanding the Niche - Ninja Gaiden III
Cutting deeper for a better understanding
Ninja Gaiden III recently sliced its way to store shelves with much hype and anticipation from long-time fans, but developer Team Ninja’s hopes to release a Ninja Gaiden title with mass market appeal unintentionally cut right through the hearts of its core fanbase that’s supported the studio for nearly a...
News Witness 30 Minutes of Deadly Ninja Gaiden III Footage
Are you a simple Hero, or a Master Ninja?
Like the series stealthy ninja protagonist Ryu Hayabusa, silently running towards an enemy pawn, a full 30 minutes of Ninja Gaiden III gameplay footage silently slipped upon us while we slept through the night. Through the jump you can feast your eyes on the intense action, as OXM plays through the entire...
News Ninja Gaiden 3's Hero Mode Explained
New multiplayer details too
Ninja Gaiden III is slicing into Europe on March 2012 and new details are finally starting to sneak our way. This time up, Game Informer recently published an article that broke new details on the controversial Hero Mode in the game, a new approach for the series that's pushing to attract gamers who are more casual than...
News Ninja Gaiden Sigma Slices to Vita
With exclusive control options too
Ninja Gaiden moved into the 3D world when it launched on the Xbox in 2004. Staying true to its 2D side-scrolling roots, the game was difficulty was through the roof, but yet a deep fighting engine reminiscent of Team Ninja’s Dead or Alive series gave those willing to perfect the intricacies of this games engine a...
News Ninja Gaiden 3 Unsheathes Full PlayStation Move Support
Move over Greater Fiend
It’s has been rumoured here at Movemodo for quite some time, but an unexpected email from Tecmo Koei stealthily slipped into our email inboxes today and confirmed that the upcoming release of Ninja Gaiden 3 will release with full PlayStation Move support. Team NINJA’s leader Yosuke Hayashi stated: NINJA GAIDEN 3 is all...