The FIFA and NBA 2K series are the reigning kings of team sports video games, but they pale in comparison to the legacy of Tecmo Super Bowl and RBI Baseball. Much of the credit goes to the fans who keep modding both NES games with updated rosters.
I wasn’t sure if a Nintendo 3DS would really be in the cards for me as a future gadget purchase, but I’m now one step closer to that purchase thanks to the revelation that the Ninja Gaiden series would be making a home on the unique 3D handheld.
Unfortunately, there aren’t any screenshots or even details on the gameplay at this point, just Tecmo Koei’s announcement that the franchise is coming to the 3DS.
At this week’s Game Developers Conference, a number of incredible new (and old) additions were announced for the Wii’s downloadable game services, but the one that really gets me going is this: arcade titles will be added to the Virtual Console lineup.
Prepare for a bloody good time. My favorite hack-and-slash game of all time is finally getting its due with a real next-gen update. Ninja Gaiden 2, long in the works from Tomonobu Itagaki and the video game artisans from Team Ninja finally has an official release date.
The latest installment in the Ninja Gaiden series is officially slated for U.S.