Team Ninja, Comcept Inc. and Spark Unlimited are attempting to take Ninja Gaiden into new, less serious territory with Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. While the title is a somewhat non-canon spin-off, is it worth it for Ninja Gaiden fans to experience, or is it too far into the realm of ridiculous to bother with?
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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes has been under fire for its surprisingly short main campaign, but is there still enough substance to justify the $29.99 price?
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New screenshots for the upcoming Ninja Gaiden spin-off have surfaced, showcasing how some boss fights have multiple forms that Yaiba Kamikaze must face.
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According to Senran Kagura Burst publisher XSEED, the title sold “well enough” in the US that the company is considering the localization of more titles in the series.
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The “little fighting game that could”, Skullgirls has been faced with numerous publishing problems since its launch. Through thick and thin, the title continues to persevere, as Skullgirls Encore will finally come to Europe on March 19.
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According to an interview found in the April 2014 issue of Edge Magazine, Ubisoft “forced” developer Ubisoft Montreal to reveal Watch Dogs at E3 2012.
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