With original Gaiden mastermind Tomonobu Itagaki no longer at the company, CVG caught up with Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2's producer and director, Yosuke Hayashi, to find out what's in store for gaming's favourite ninja.
What that means?
It means that the 360 version wasn't even HD and it failed for being nothing more than an early beta of the true, complete version that PS3 owners will be getting in Autumn. 360 owners have begun to see what awaits them - no exclusives, just DLC and expansion packs. The majority of their games are coming to PS3 with game-changing, exclusive content that simply couldn't be done for the 360 versions. I feel their pain but I'm also laughing.
The game does run in HD for the 360 version. Although it didn't ran in 60fps because of the amount of enemies on screen, but when you fight about 2 enemies, get would run in 60fps. You'll be able to tell because the movements are so fast!
he asked some probing questions there and to the most part they were answered and i heard a couple of things that i had not before so good job there... as for the game i cant wait for this to come out i loved the first one! anyone have any ideas as to a release date? i wnat it! i want it! lol
i cant wait! Though I havent beat ninja gaiden sigma. I have like 10 percent energy and a huge dinosaur demon skeleton boss to kill.
Team Ninja isn't bulls#!t this time around, offline npc co-op I hope they use some SPU's for the AI, God knows how I hate a stupid AI partner unlike "cough re5 cough". Thats awesome though team ninja taking a step further with the ps3 version adding extra content.
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