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Ryu is back to slice and dice his way through armies of deadly foes? Sweet. You may have a tough time beating this one... Hm, wait a second. Actually, you may not have a hard time beating this game. In fact, it's not hard at all. Is that a good thing? My goal was to play the game as much as possible...
Gamefront conducted an interview with Fumihiko Yasuda and Yosuke Hayashi from Team Ninja's, who talk more about Nintendo's next-gen console. The folks at Team Ninja said that the Wii U console is "very easy" to develop for, similarly to PS3 and 360 system (Hm, the PS3? I thought that one was a real pain in the neck for developers...
Well, I'll be... Ninja Gaiden 3! Check out the GDC '11 trailer for the third installment in the popular ninja hack'n'slasher: VIDEO: Ngaiden3gdc11tr1.flv
Here's more interesting news from the ongoing Tokyo Game Show. Tecmo Koei officially confirmed that Ninja Gaiden 3 is on the way, with Team Ninja handling the development. GamePro has the word that the project is "so early in development." So early, in fact, that the devs couldn't show off more than one concept art image...
Yes, indeed. The title says it all. Check out the latest screenshots from Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. The developers are working to deliver an enhanced version of the previous release - i.e. Ninja Gaiden 2. Team Ninja is targeting Sony's PlayStation 3 platform and they promised PSN support, in addition to new content...
Team Ninja, the development studio behind the successful Ninja Gaiden series, confirmed that Ninja Gaiden is going to return. When it returns it will be a multi-platform game, according to Team Ninja's new boss. Tomonobu Itagaki, lead designer of the previous games, won't be involved with future projects from the company...
Tecmo promised they would be making a major announcement during this year's GDC in San Francisco. While many speculated it could be Ninja Gaiden 3 or a brand new installment in the popular Dead or Alive series, it turns out that the company was actually referring to Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2...
Back in August, Microsoft specified they are aware of issues players experienced when attempting to update Ninja Gaiden II and have been working to resolve them with Tecmo/Team NINJA. Now, Team NINJA finally released a patch for the gory action adventure that is Ninja Gaiden II...
The ninja-slicing bloodbath, otherwise known as Ninja Gaiden II, recently received downloadable content in the form of a Mission Pack. As soon as it was released, numerous users started complaining about corruption errors when they unlocked the first new achievement...
Team Ninja, the development studio behind Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive, is apparently seeking to try its talents out in a new genre. Their next project is geared towards a 2009 launch, as reported by Bloomberg. Team Ninja is, of course, still owned by Tecmo...
The crappy situation at Tecmo is in full swing it seems and the publisher has finally drawn its dragon sword, filing with the Tokyo District Court for a "gag-order" against former employee (Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden creator) Tomonobu Itagaki before the case goes to court...
Yesterday two Tecmo employees filed a lawsuit against the company, with the Tokyo District Court, for unpaid wages (thanks Kotaku). They're demanding 8.3 million yen (US $77,000) in payment. According to the suit, the workers were illegally placed on a "flexible hours" work scheme that began 4 years ago...
Tomonobu Itagaki -- Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive creator -- announced his resignation just about the time Tecmo and Team Ninja were ready to officially launch the X360-exclusive Ninja Gaiden 2. Upon his departure from Team Ninja, Itagaki filed a lawsuit against parent company Tecmo and president Yoshimi Yasuda, saying that Yoshimi refused to pay promised bonuses...
I told you I was a ninja. If you want to become one too, you might want to check out Tecmo's latest gory action game, Ninja Gaiden 2. Some serious carnage is afoot. But does the game live up to the reputation of its predecessor? Find out in our full review of Ninja Gaiden 2.
Yesterday, Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive creator Tomonobu Itagaki announced he is leaving Team Ninja and that he has filed a lawsuit against parent company Tecmo. The announcement was made on the very day Ninja Gaiden 2 was set to launch...
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