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Ninja Gaiden Sequel in Development at Team Ninja

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Team Ninja boss Yosuke Hayashi has confirmed in a new interview that the company is working on a new Ninja Gaiden game.

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Digital Release Day One

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge will be available day one for download on the Wii U eShop. 

Playeressence VidCast Episode 9 “Surprisingly Not Surprised”

Welcome to another episode of the playeressence VidCast Episode 9! On this fantastic episode Furious Francis and Hero the Impaler discuss the Nintendo Direct, Ninja Gaiden Razor’s Edge, and viewer questions.

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Yaiba Ninja Gaiden Z is for Next-Gen Consoles

Various job listings for developer Spark Unlimited indicate the anime-inspired Ninja Gaiden spinoff Yaiba Ninja Gaiden Z will be a third-person combat game on next generation consoles.

A senior designer listing details “tuning for a third-person action shooter on next generation consoles” in the job description. Spark is also hiring for a multiplayer engineer and AI engineer to develop network code for “multiplayer/co-op functionality.”

An effects artist job and engineer position further corroborate that Yaiba will be a next-generation console title, although neither of these listings indicate it’s a shooter.

60 Frames Per a Second. Oh How I love you.

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You ever get the feeling while playing a game that everything just clicks. The animations are smooth, fast, and the controls feel fluid. The feeling the game is moving at a smooth pace and never dips, everything just gels. That is the feeling of 60 frames per a second boys and girls. Devil May Cry 3, Bayonetta, Ninja Gaiden, Smash Bros, Mortal Kombat, Zelda, Mario, Metroid, all of these games have that gel/gameplay smoothness that is 60 frames per a second.