Reboots In The Works For Tecmo Classics – Dead or Alive And Ninja Gaiden

Two of Tecmo's classic series, Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden, are getting new games with a possible reboot of both series.

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Seth_hun459d ago

Why do we need a remake of Dead or Alive, instead of a new installment in the series ?

blackblades459d ago (Edited 459d ago )

There's no remake it says reboot. There is a difference just like a difference with remaster as well. They all have re doesn't mean they are the same. They want to reboot and start fresh after both series with South. With there success with nioh series it might be a good idea and hopefully goes well for them and the games.

Crows90459d ago

Reboot ala tomb raider...i don't think you have a problem with that.

Number1TailzFan459d ago

Fighting games are too shallow, they were good at first.. up til around Tekken 3 and Soul Calibur on Dreamcast, because they had a ton of extra modes and challenges and stuff. Everything after is basically the same, or with even less content.

Terry_B459d ago

Sounds like you did not play a lot of fighting games after SC 1.

FinalFantasyFanatic459d ago

Really? I feel like they add way too many systems and options to some of the newer games. Like Soul Calibur 6 for example, feels like they'res just too much going on, whereas I loved 2 and memorized all the skills and options for my favorite characters, played through most of the modes as well.

boing1459d ago

Been playing Tekken for almost 30 years. It's the opposite of shallow.

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Mortal Kombat hits 80 million sales, here's how it stacks up against competition

NetherRealm confirms its Mortal Kombat franchise has sold over 80 million copies in the last 30 years, and here's how it competes against other fighters.

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Kakashi Hatake279d ago

Don't care what anyone says, Smash isn't a traditional fighting game. May as well call Powerstone and Playstation All Stars fighting games. They're more of an arena fighter /party game.

NotoriousWhiz279d ago

You don't have to care what anyone says. It's not a traditional fighting game. But it is a fighting game.

gerbintosh278d ago

Not according to the creator, Sakurai. Link below


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CrimsonWing69279d ago (Edited 279d ago )

I mean what makes them an arena fighter than say something like Tekken? Because there’s platforms?

NatsuXTheMaxspeed21279d ago

because theres a bunch of pokeballs and other random stupid stuff on stage that you can use at your advantage and flying ultra super power ball that you got to chase on the stage to get your ougi LMAO.

CrimsonWing69279d ago


I mean what it sounds like is they took a fighting game and “added” unique mechanics to it to me.

When I think arena game I think of things like Spawn: In the Demon’s Hand or Virtual-On.

Smash to me is a fighting game, they have fighting game tournaments for it. It just doesn’t jive with me to call it “not a fighting game” because you have poke-balls and platforms or because it has 4 players at once duking it out.

Power Stone I’d consider a fighting game as well. Hell, if you google what it is everyone calls these games “fighting games”. So yea, they’re fighting games…

Immagaiden279d ago

What’s next, you gonna say Mario Kart isn’t a racing game?