Ninja Gaiden Sigma is still on the works but developer Team Ninja is planning to include play styles from Ninja Gaiden 3 presumably indicating that the former is not exactly an enhanced port of the latter.
The bits is the ultimate portable games station. It will have the best tech, online and games. Who needs anything else when you have a Vita? XperiaRay
Can't wait for Vita and Ninja Gaiden Sigma is one of the best hardcore games in a while. Edit: Yes, I would probably prefer an unchanged version of sima, but i will keep my eye on this and see how it turns out. If it is just as challenging I'll probably pick it up. If they softened it up for casuals I will pass.
I think they will add another dificulty lvl like, casual or auto. That should not hold you back buying the game as there is still everything else :)
My biggest concern with Vita (which really isn't a concern) is how are these ported/cross-platform games going to work out. I have Ninja Gaiden Sigma already for my PS3, but I wouldn't mind buying the game as a PSN title where I can have it for both my PS3 and PSV. However, I don't want to go out and spend $30 or $40 on just the Vita version, nor do millions of other people who inevitably get the Vita. It doesn't make sense to charge people twice for a game they have or can get else where for less. The solution to me is that they should offer a free download code in things like Collector's edition of games ($79.99 versions) where you get the PS3 and PSV version for newer games. While older games should become PSN download ($30) and work on the PS3 and PSV. Don't make people pay $60 then a another $40 to play their one game at home and one the go. To me this is probably the deciding factor of how well Vita does. It's going to do good regardless simply because of the tech, and prior success with the PSP, but if Sony works this out to where it's satisfying for the consumer, while still making enough profit for them then Vita is going to be a goldmine.
Too bad Ninja Gaiden 3 seems to ruin everything great about the series. Otherwise, this would have been a great idea. Pass.
Now I need capcom to port resident evil zero and the gamecube version of resident evil one with trophies and we will be all set. Note: resident evil 2 and resident evil 3 should had been remade for the gamecube in similar fashion. But due to lazyness and costs, they opt out and instead proceeded work on other things.
This is awesome...The option to have both play styles? c'mon guys you have to admit that will be pretty interesting and add more depth to the game.
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