Ryu Hayabusa returns to action next week when Ninja Gaiden 3 slices its way onto the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Despite the fact that we’ve heard the game only features one, non-upgradable weapon to wreak havoc with, as well as regenerating health after every battle, we can’t wait to play it. Jump inside to see the official launch trailer.
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The first gameplay footage from Ninja Gaiden 3′s multiplayer mode is making its way around the web. Multiplayer is a new feature for the series and has some long time fans questioning its addition. Inside you will find four videos focusing on the mode so you should be able to get an idea of what the new mode is all about.
Famitsu has released the first official batch of screenshots from Team Ninja’s upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3. In the screens we see the massive amounts of blood & cut limbs we all love about the series, as well as a new slide move and the return of the wall climb for Ryu. What are you waiting for, jump in and have a look!
Anyone who owned an NES and enjoys the great game of Football knows what the Tecmo Bowl series is all about. Football…and having a great time! The original two NES Tecmo Bowls were monumental in their release for including the names of real NFL Teams and Players. For its 16-bit entry Tecmo got to use the power the SNES to create the ultimate Football game…or did they? Find out in this ”Super Sunday” retro Review.
Gametrailers has just posted a new trailer for the PS3 version of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. This trailer shows off some extensive action gameplay against huge monsters. It includes gameplay from both Ryu and Ayane. Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 will be avaliable for the PS3 in Fall of 2009.
Following the release of his 1989 blockbuster movie “Batman”, the caped crusader made his way to a major home console, the NES in the summer of 1990. SunSoft developed Batman: The Video Game and for some reason, made it one of the toughest games ever. With Batman:Arkham Asylum no longer releasing this summer, is this one worth your time for a quick Bat-fix? Or is it the first piece in a huge pile of electronic bat droppings? Find out in this retro Review.
Cinematic movies weren’t always the norm for video game storytelling. The first to use this method, Tecmo’s Ninja Gaiden in 1989. It introduced us to a new and unique style of storytelling with its innovative cinematic sequences. And that wasn’t the only thing Ninja Gadien had going for it. Tecmo also gave us one of the fastest playing and toughest games of all time…