In this Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 special feature, the creator of the Dead or Alive series, Tomonobu Itagaki, talks about all things gaming.
He even mentions an upcoming Xbox 360 game that will make all you Ninja Gaiden fans happy.
Oct 13 just marked it on my calander
Ninja Gaiden is coming finally, i hope its xbox 360 exclusive
Does having the game accessible to even more people somehow affect your experience with the game?
Exclusive games are more likely to take advantage of the system's features/power than multi platform games
if it is exclusive i will not get a crappy port. I wil get a full fledged and fully focused game rather than them having to worry about different versions. Maybe later would be okay, but i'd rather have them focus on this version first
all games were exclusive to me then you would all have to pay me to play them
though some multiplatform games do cator to individual systems strengths. Like the Darkness for example and the Splinter Cell games last gen.
screw that, here's a proper HD version:
The water effects are unbelievable. And nice to see Itagaki so bullish on 360, as always.
Are important for the Game Industries Growth and for the console its Exclusive to. They do tend to take advantage of the Hardware more. Multi platform games give casual gamers an excuse not to Jump In yet. If a game comes out for the 360 and it comes out for the ps2, gamecube, and xbox.....It gives gamers an excuse not to upgrade. Even though those of us who have Jumped In, know there is a Major difference. Not everyone can afford to make the jump when they have little or no reason to if their favorite games are multi platform. Same goes for the ps3. If gamers see that the game they want is on the ps3 and the 360...Most will choose the affordable console to play their favorite game. I believe its hurting the game industry.
I still can't believe that this is a "game". but I will at least be renting it...seems like a laid back, no brainer:)
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