Do you have a Best Buy near you? Then check out this week's circular. You'll see the PS3 Ninja Gaiden Sigma on sale for only $40. Not bad for a stocking stuffer we featured in our Holiday Guide.
this is one helluva good deal.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma for $40?!
I already own Sigma though,but If I didn't I would go pick it up at my local Best Buy.
This game is a must for every Ps3 owner. For 40 bucks, it's a steal.
I tried to like this game, I really did. I got it from Gamefly but returned it shortly because I got bored of it. Maybe I'll give it another shot. And no, it wasn't "too tough" because i didn't even get that far along for it to be.
If i knew it was going to be 40 dollars. I would have stopped spending and get it ;o
This could spell positive feedback from Tecmo if this game is picked up at the bargain price. Once again, look for Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 to be ported to PLAYSTATION 3®.
Sigma was a cheap way of converting PS3 owners to Xbox 360 gamers. So sorry, dude.
Well, it failed, I like Sigma, but I only "like" it, I doubt I'll pick up NG2.
Unfortunately for you, it's a remake of a 3 year old game, so...
This is US only. However I managed to snag this for 40 as well just the other day. Quite the fantastic game. Ported to the PS3...fat chance : http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... It's being published by M$, and it's "the first time Temcho isn't publishing their own game". Now this probably means MS is covering some R&D costs and will own a significant stake in this game. I'm a PS3 owner myself, and would love this game to make it to PS3. It's also possible that Temcho will make a new game altogether for PS3, one can only hope haha.
You'd have to be a fool to pass this up.
but if I did I would totaly but this game, and ive beaten the xbox version like 10 times. This is a truly awsome game. If you havent played it it is even more awsome and you should but this now. It is harder than most games though, and if you have no skills you shouldent get it.
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