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Submitted by gokuking 917d ago | trailer

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus Japanese launch trailer for Vita

Viva la Vita: "Koei Tecmo, and Team Ninja have released a new trailer for their PSVita port of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. This new version adds the bloog back to the game from Ninja Gaiden 2, an easier difficulty setting in Hero Mode, new costumes, and tag missions. The game will launch later this week worldwide. Early word from is that the game is subnative resolution, without anti-aliasing. The game supposedly runs at a seemingly locked 30fps though." (Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus, PS Vita)

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miyamoto  +   918d ago
Wow!
Its like seeing a 1st gen PS3 game and this is a 1st gen Vita game.
sherimae2413  +   917d ago
yeah in time vita games will improve in visuals and maybe in content ^_^
Super_ike  +   917d ago
yh i kno, i got the game yesterday, the visuals are not so good and make sure you turn off gore as that reduces the frame rate drastically!

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