Articles tagged with: Ninja Gaiden
Nipping at the heels of the EU PlayStation Plus announcement is North America with a surprising Instant Game Collection choice. We can’t think of a better choice to go up against the 2012 surprise hit …
Contrary to popular opinion, voice acting can be an extremely stressful job, and painfully difficult to sustain a livelihood from. However, a handful of talented people make the job look (and sound) easy, and their extensive portfolios are a testament to their skills. This week, PS3 Attitude is paying tribute to five of our favourite voice actors, and taking a look at their established careers.
This is a tough generation for Japanese devs working on PS3 with sales and enthusiasm for their products down well below normal and healthy levels.
The UK PS3 game sales charts for 2011 (compiled by GFK Chart-Track) featured no games in the top 10 from Japan. The list was instead dominated by American, Australian, Canadian and European studios. In addition, Japanese devs barely figured in the top 100 multiplatform charts too, excluding the always prolific Nintendo devs.
Another year over. A new one just begun.
2011 was a real corker for the PlayStation 3. And for PS3 Attitude too. We got up to all sorts of shenanigans over the last twelve months, and some of us still have the bruises to prove it.
But this isn’t going to be one of those lame retrospective list articles that counts down our favourite moments from the last year. Oh no. This is 2012. This is about what comes next.
So strap yourselves in and get ready for the ride.
Ninja Gaiden 3 will be available on March 20, 2012 alongside a special Collector’s Edition, revealed Tecmo Koei America.
The Ninja Gaiden franchise is primarily known for two things; being insanely difficult and having buckets of blood splatter.
While these screenshots from the upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3 don’t necessarily showcase the level of difficulty in the game, they do give us a fantastic look at Ryu Hayabusa covered in his enemy’s blood.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed eighty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing ten more.
Tecmo Koei announced Ninja Gaiden 3 at TGS behind closed doors. Let’s hope PS3 owners don’t have to wait for the release of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 3 to get their hands on this title.
Ryu Hayabusa is a man of few words. There’s no need because it’s his sword that does the talking, and you better not cross him or you’ll find yourself at the sharp end of it.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is more than just a simple port of the Xbox 360 version.
Containing more chapters, more playable characters, and a re-balancing of gameplay, not to mention beautiful graphics, the game has been deemed the definitive version by many.
Zen Studios is bringing new content to Zen Pinball once again. This time it will be a pinball table based on Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2.
We wonder what happens when you jiggle the table…
The Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 demo is out in Japan and we have gameplay videos showcasing all the modes available to play.
With improved controls, new abilities, additional characters, and new gameplay modes, how does the game hold up?
Is NGS2 worth the wait?
The JPN PlayStation Store has updated, and the Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 demo is now available to download!
Set for a release on October 2nd — the same day the standard version also hits — Tecmo Koei have now revealed not just what will be in the Collector’s Edition of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, but just how much it will cost.
Bucking the trend of asking gamers to sell a kidney to get their hands on the more “elite” of game editions, Tecmo Koei have announced that the Collector’s Edition of the popular action series will retail at Â£49.99 (no word on other currencies just yet) and is exclusive in the UK to retailer HMV.
Tecmo Koei president Kenji Matsubara has been speaking to Play Magazine on his interest for Sony’s E3-announced motion controller.
He is so interested in fact that he explained he could consider using it for the Ninja Gaiden series if it is as responsive as Sony claim it is, which is citied as one of the main differences between it and Nintendo’s Wiimote.
We’ve shown the recent co-op but how about when you can get your hands on the “definitive” Ninja Gaiden II experience?
Announced today, Ninja Gaiden II Sigma, the re-imagined, updated and generally polished to an inch of its ninjitsu life action romp from Tecmo, will hit North American shelves on September 29th.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is already looking hard as nails, and this time around you’ll be able to buddy up with a friend to get your collective backsides kicked all the way to Kyoto.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is a sequel to a popular PS3 title scheduled to release everywhere before the end of this year, and this game is set to get even better with a new feature that has been announced: Co-op!
The co-operative mode called Team Mission is an online add-on that will offer a selection of special missions outside of the main story for you and one other person.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma IIStraight from the “short and sweet” drawer, Team Ninja and Tecmo have confirmed that a demo for upcoming Ninja Gaidan II “re-imagining” Sigma will see a demo unleashed on the PSN before its eventual release this fall.
Speaking at a press event in London, the tentative month of September is quoted as when eager PS3 fans will be able to get their first taste of the “new and improved” ninja story.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma was one of the first must-have games on the PS3. The graphics were beautiful and the gameplay was spectacular. The game had its fair share of problems too, most notably, the camera angles. It’s good to hear, then, that Team Ninja has addressed this issue for the upcoming Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. The game takes everything that made the original Sigma good, and makes it better.