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Submitted by Cloudberry 802d ago | interview

A Cut Above: Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus 2 Q&A

+ Posted by Fred Dutton // SCEE Blog Manager:

The PS Vita version of 2007′s PlayStation 3 dice ‘em up Ninja Gaiden Sigma was satisfying evidence of just how comfortable a full, lightning-fast console action game can feel on a handheld.

Duly, Team Ninja’s announcement last month that a sequel – Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus – is currently in development came as very welcome news. (Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus 2, PS Vita)

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MySwordIsHeavenly  +   802d ago
I hope it looks better than the first one. :/ That was bad.
SpinalRemains138  +   801d ago
Nothing is cooler than playing NGS+ on Vita and using the nunchucks for hours. Hearing that sound and watching Ryu do a beautiful ballet of whoop ass with them is probably some of the most fun I've ever had gaming. Once you learn and understand all the chucks combos, it really turns the game into a psychotic beast. Looking forward to sequel.

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