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Submitted by bluedot133 737d ago | preview

Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Preview - E3 2013 (NGN)

New Game Network: "For someone like myself, who hasn’t played the more traditional Ninja Gaiden offerings, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z makes for a pretty strange introduction. It tells a non-canonical story that branches from the other games, and puts you in the shoes of Yaiba, a rival of series protagonist Ryu Hayabusa. An introductory cutscene establishes the premise: after a flashy fight with Ryu in a bamboo forest, Yaiba is the one who comes out worse for wear. In a battle between ninjas, that means having one’s head and left arm forcibly separated from the rest of his body." (E3, PS3, Xbox 360, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z)

videgamenext1  +   737d ago
I was excited about this at 1St then my mind quickly changed after e3
Andreas-Sword  +   737d ago
I will buy this game, Day 1!

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