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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Dated And Detailed For Japan

The game will be released October 1 in Japan and priced at ¥7,800 (US$81). Those who pre-order the game will get a "starter guide book" and a code for an original downloadable Ryu Hayabusa character costume.

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callahan093216d ago (Edited 3216d ago )

Reason being, the US Dollar is way, way down versus the Yen right now. That's the primary reason Sony's been losing a lot of money lately, if you look at the financial report PDF's you'll see the attribution to Strong Yen as the primary reason losses, as a majority of their sales come from overseas. Remember that article a couple months ago about how Sony can't drop the PS3 price because in an auxiliary way they already have, against their will, due to weakening US Dollar which has resulted in a reduction in revenue for them because they can't increase the price of the machine to compensate for the fact that each dollar they make is worth fewer yen now.

callahan093216d ago

Weak Dollar to Yen exchange rate.

LiquifiedArt3216d ago (Edited 3216d ago )

"Thanks everyone for a Multi-Trillion dollar bailout and open Boarders."

YAY! Whoo hoo!

PotNoodle3216d ago

Don't worry, it won't be that expensive in the west. This is common practice in japan, some of the higher level, popular games are all priced higher in japan than the others, this is apparently one of them, MGS4 was originally one of them too.